Braintree Town

Braintree Town

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Stadium Information


The Amlin Stadium


Clockhouse Way,


Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters


Kevin Christmas

Telephone no.

01376 345617

E-mail address

Disabled Supporters Association




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


Getting a Ticket


Spectator Viewing areas


Accessible amenities


Accessible services & information


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Sheila Quinn

Match: Braintree Town v York City

Published: 10/10/2016


This match had no segregation which was a pleasant surprise & it was nice to mix and chat to our opponents.

I phoned Braintree in advance & booked a car parking space, (Thank you Chris for arranging this)

Our pre-match meal was at the Orange Tree pub close to the ground.


Arriving at the ground we were shown to a parking space which was on cobbles,  not ideal for wheelchairs or people with walking difficulties.

Everyone entered through the same turnstiles which were the furthest away, and the steward opened a gate for us to go through,  I bought my ticket at the turnstile but walked through the gate with Dave in his wheelchair.


Not sure where to go, a lady selling 50/50 tickets told us there were wheelchair spaces with seats for the carers on the front row of the stand at the far side of the ground.


There was a bar with a ramp for wheelchairs, next to the club shop inside the ground, completely accessible.


Programmes were sold inside and outside the turnstiles, but they quickly sold out.

I found the club shop & went in to buy a badge but it wasn’t accessible to wheelchairs.


There was a refreshment bar close by and it was accessible. The bacon butties looked nice but we had just had lunch.

We had a good view of the whole pitch but wasn’t under cover at the front if it rained.   That was the only stand in the ground so everyone mixed together & all very friendly.

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