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Rotherham United to establish Disabled Supporters Association

Rotherham United are looking for fans to establish a new Disabled Supporters Association (DSA) and Level Playing Field will be supporting the new DSA as part of our ongoing Working Together Project.


Rotherham Head of Supporter Services, John Bird said “As part of the club’s continued commitment to inclusion and anti-discrimination, we are looking to set up a disabled supporters association.”


“The association will be led by supporters and will provide feedback to the club on aspects of our operations which particularly affect them. We believe the facilities we have here at the AESSEAL New York Stadium are of a high standard but we want to hear from the supporters who actually use them and ensure we continue to make improvements”.

If you are interested in becoming part of this group, please could you email to register your interest and more information will follow in due course.

From: Rotherham United

Updated on 17.08.16