Guiseley AFC

Guiseley AFC

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Stadium Information


Nethermoor Park


Nethermoor Park
Otley Road
LS20 8BT

Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters


Trudi Hannaford

Telephone no.


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


Please see the Guiseley AFC Website for information on how to get to Nethermoor. 


There are 3 designated accessible parking spaces located in the Main Car Park on a first come first served basis; please note that one space is reserved for a GAFC supporter. The club are willing to reserve additional spaces with sufficient notice.



Getting a Ticket


Please see the Guiseley AFC Website for ticket information. 

Spectator Viewing areas


Non-segregated matches:


All sides of the ground are accessible to wheelchair users, access, for both home and away supporters is via the Blue Gate. There are two stands with seats, with two spaces for wheelchair users, with adjacent carer’s seats; please note that one space is reserved for a GAFC supporter. The second stand, The Glendinning Stand, does not have any reserved seating and may be used by both home and away supporters who do not require any specialist seating.


Segregated matches:


In the event of the Glendinning Stand being retained for home support, any away supporter who would prefer to sit rather than stand may ask to be allowed to pass through the segregation gate to sit with the home support. The stewards have the right of refusal based upon safety grounds.


Accessible amenities


There is a bar and two covered terraced areas. The toilets in the clubhouse are the most accessible and assistance can be arranged to help with entrance to the building.

Accessible services & information


Live commentary broadcast via the internet at all home games, the commentary team sit in the main stand and can be heard if seated nearby rather than via the internet.


Facilities are limited but the club is happy to be flexible and make individual arrangements if given advance notice.


Updated December 2016. 

Club Additional Information


Guiseley have produced a Disabled Access Document here.

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Sheila Quinn

Match: Guiseley v York City

Published: 6/10/2016


This local derby was all ticket for away supporters,  so we bought our ticket from York,   they only received 2 wheelchair & carer tickets,  but actually 3 turned up.


I phoned Guiseley the week prior to the match to reserve a wheelchair car parking space  and was told one would be kept for us.

We had a pre match meal at the Hare & Hounds pub, Menston, (Fayre & Square)


Arriving at the ground, the car park was full except for a few spaces with cones across,   One was a disabled space and there were no stewards in sight, so I cheekily removed the cones for us to park, although I felt guilty at doing so.


We walked up the lane toward the away turnstiles. Which were accessible by a step.  I went and found a steward who told us to go back up the lane and a gate would be opened for us to enter.  The stewards there wouldn’t let us in, and one took us around the ground to another gate at the far corner,  we went in and our tickets were checked but not returned so I asked for them back. Another steward took us halfway round the pitch to where the away supporters were.


2 seats had been reserved for us, on the front row of the stand, but Dave was told we could stay in a void area between the stands of away & home supporters if he preferred,  He did and I sat in one of our reserved seats but the top bar of the fence was at my eye level so I went & stood with the wheelchairs,   all 3 disabled people decided to stay in the void & the carers stood with them.   A  better view there of the whole pitch.


The refreshment bar was accessible but the toilets at both ends of the ground were up a big step.   No disabled ones.   Programme sellers were both outside & inside the ground.   There was no club shop and the stewards didn’t seem to know where anything was when asked.


We had a floodlight failure in the first half which lasted an hour,   and no emergency lights came on.  I dreaded to think of us getting out in the darkness if the match had been abandoned.

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