Chorley FC

Chorley FC

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Stadium Information


Victoria Park


Chorley Football Club
The Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium
Duke Street




Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters


Telephone no.

01257 230007

E-mail address

Website address

Disabled Supporters Association




Website address



Accessibility Information

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Getting There & Parking


Getting a Ticket


Spectator Viewing areas


Accessible amenities


Accessible services & information


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Sheila Quinn

Match: York City

Published: 4/9/2017


I emailed Graham at Chorley before the match to arrange wheelchair spaces and a parking space.   Graham was really helpful and arranged this and even sent me directions for getting to the ground and parking.

Arriving at the ground the gate steward said there were no parking spaces left even though we told them our names & had spoken to Graham, but he eventually let us through the gate and another steward came to meet us and told us where to park.

When we were ready he took our entrance money off us and took us into the ground . There was no segregation and he said we could go anywhere but there was a disabled area at the far end of the ground.

We decided to stay in front of the refreshment bar at the fence side.   The wheelchairs couldn’t enter this bar but I went in for all 3 persons  in wheelchairs from York

The disabled toilets were in the bar which had a ramp for wheelchairs to use.

The club shop was up steps but badges and programs were sold in the bar.

I had to stand the whole match with the wheelchairs.

A steward kept checking on us to make sure we were ok and could see alright.

After the match we went into Blackpool which was only half an hour away, and had a meal there and went along the front to see all the lights

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