With the arrival of difficult winter conditions, it’s more vital than ever that disabled fans are able to plan their match day before travelling across the country.
Some grounds may not have the necessary accessible facilities to suit all fans, they may not know what to expect on their arrival. This is why we have a service on our website that enables fans to view the accessible facilities and key contact information to help them decide whether to travel or not.
The feedback we have received for the information we currently have on clubs from the Premier League, Championship, League 1 and 2 has encouraged us to widen our list of clubs which now includes the addition of the National League.
Fans Liaison Officer, Liam Bird, said:
“For many people, football doesn’t just stop at the 72 clubs inside the football league. Many football fans want to attend ‘non-league’ football.
By providing accessible information and relevant contact details for National League clubs, I hope to see a rise in attendance for disabled supporters attending non-league football which in turn (I hope) will see continued access improvements.”
As well as collating all the vital information disabled fans need to know, there is also a comment section on each club page for every ground. If you’re attending a game in the National League in the near future, help to get the ball rolling by posting your own thoughts, this can help disabled fans plan their match day.
You can find all 116 clubs here, including the National League.