Southport FC

Southport FC

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Stadium Information


Merseyrail Community Stadium


Haig Avenue

Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters


Ken Hilton or Sarah Davidson

Telephone no.

01704 533 422

Website address

Disabled Supporters Association


There is no DSA at present.



Website address



Accessibility Information

For UK minimum access standards for new and existing stadia and for good practice guidance please click here.


Getting There & Parking


For directions, please visit the Southport FC Website


There is only street parking available. Access is level around and into ground. 

Getting a Ticket


For information on purchasing a ticket please visit the Southport FC Website

Spectator Viewing areas


10 spaces for Home and 10 for Away wheelchair user supporters pitchside in the Haig Avenue Grandstand. Area is covered and personal assistants are seated alongside.

Accessible amenities


There is 1 accessible toilet at the end of the Grandstand alongside the entry point. There is also a refreshment area in the corner although not dedicated. Steward assistance is available if required.

Accessible services & information


There is currently no audio commentary facilities for blind and partially sighted supporters.



Updated August 2014

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Sheila Quinn

Match: York City

Published: 4/9/2017


I phoned Southport prior to the match to arrange 2 wheelchair spaces plus a car parking space.

Unfortunately they don’t have any parking spaces so we had to drive around looking for somewhere to park.

There was no segregation at the match, so we sat infront of our own supporters .   I found a chair and carried it to where the wheelchairs were,   there were 5 from York.

The refreshment counter was too high for people in wheelchairs to reach, so I went with them to help pay and reach items bought.

The disabled toilets were just inside the entrance but everyone was using them.

There were both program sellers inside and outside the ground,   but the club shop had a step up so wheelchairs couldn’t enter.

The stewards and staff were really helpful and kept checking to make sure we were ok, and they couldn’t do enough for us.

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