Have your say: EHRC surveying disabled Premier League fans on matchday experiences last season

Have your say: EHRC surveying disabled Premier League fans on matchday experiences

The Equality & Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is calling on disabled football fans to complete a short survey on their matchday experiences at Premier League matches last season (2016-17).

 

All disabled fans are encouraged to have their say on their experiences at both home and away matches, with the EHRC keen to gain a perspective on the experience that fans have with a variety of disabilities.

 

If you attended a Premier League game last season with a disabled fan who may need assistance with completing the survey, you are encouraged to send the survey to them and to fill the survey out on their behalf from their point of view. 

 

The results of the survey will be used to improve the matchday experience of attending football matches for all disabled fans, and all answers will remain anonymous.

 

Make sure you have your say here

 

An Easy Read version of the survey is also available which should be printed out and posted to:

 

Jonnie Felton, IFF Research, Chart House, 16 Chart Street, London, N1 6DD.

The survey will take around 15 to 20 minutes to complete. It closes at midnight on Sunday 27 August 2017.

 

If you have any questions about the research, you can call IFF Research 020 7250 3035 to contact Jonnie Felton or Helen Rossiter at IFF Research, or email jonnie.felton@iffresearch.com  or helen.rossiter@iffresearch.com.

 

If you would like to speak to someone at the Equality and Human Rights Commission, you can call Sam Cook on 0161 829 8100 or email EHRCfootball@EqualityHumanRights.com.

 


 

Read more: EHRC

 

Complete online here

Easy Read version here

 

11.08.17