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Tottenham Hotspur introduce British Sign Language (BSL) stadium tours

This move is part of the Club's ongoing commitment towards making all facilities and visitor attractions fully inclusive.
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The self-guided stadium tour experience takes fans behind the scenes of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, offering exclusive access to the dressing rooms, pitchside and other unseen areas.

The stadium tour route is already step-free, and now BSL will be a language option available on their audio-visual devices, with dedicated zones at various points along the tour route helping users discover available content.

BSL stadium tours form part of the Club’s wider work to deliver fully inclusive experiences and facilities.

The tour experience is set to re-open on May 17.

The Tottenham Hotspur stadium is fully compliant with the Accessible Stadia Guide and exceeds standards in many areas.

In addition to dedicated accessible entrances, the stadium has accessible seating and wheelchair spaces in all stands.

It also includes three Changing Places facilities for fans with more complex needs, which have more space and equipment than standard accessible toilets.

On match days, the stadium’s sensory suite, located in the North Stand, offers a comfortable and calming environment for supporters on the autistic spectrum or with sensory impairment conditions to watch matches. The room is complete with a tactile wall, a bubble tube and several other pieces of sensory equipment.

The Club is committed to developing more inclusive experiences across its Stadium Visitor Attractions, including the recent introduction of wheelchair accessible climbs on The Dare Skywalk.

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