The fans comments are an important part of the website.
We are looking for reports and photographs from you where clubs get things right, where they make a difference and where you notice an improvement on previous visits.
Or maybe things haven’t gone well and didn’t live up to your expectations? The clubs need to know so they can address any problems. Comments can be left anonymously if you prefer.
The comments are always passed onto the Clubs and they are given a chance to respond or comment.
Thank you to all of you who have previously commented. We wanted to assure you that all previous comments on our website, will be transferred across to the new website. Please do bear with us, whilst this transfer takes place and this is anticipated to take place around the end of January.
You can continue to create new comments and these will be displayed, once they have been moderated and approved.
Regular MK Dons fans, Jo and Jeff Newall, who go to home games and travel to away games, said: “I always read LPF’s fans comments before going to an away game. If it is a new ground for me they let me know specifically what it is like for disabled fans there and if it is one I have previously been to it reminds of what I am going to as it is difficult to remember the layout at all the grounds you visit.”
Ruth Hopkins, General Manager of Level Playing Field says, “We are very grateful to everyone who shares their experiences via our website. The new site has hopefully made it even easier with a link from the home page, “Have your say about your matchday experience” by clicking here.
The information is invaluable to disabled fans planning their visits and to the clubs themselves, who may not be aware of any issues or would appreciate a “Thank You” if things are going well.
Your comments also provide us with an opportunity to contact the clubs direct and to offer our guidance and support. In the past, Fans Comments have directly led to a wide range of improvements including; ticketing, car parking, viewing positions and seats, refreshments, hospitality, accessible toilets and Changing Places, audio descriptive commentary and staff and steward training.
We look forward to hearing from you.”