On matchdays, there is a dedicated stewarding team to help these supporters to ensure they enjoy their matchday experience.
Each area of the ground has access for wheelchair users, while the concourses have accessible toilets, with access granted via RADAR keys, obtained from stewards or a member of our corporate stewards team.
Two new wheelchair accessible turnstiles have been introduced for the 2021/22 season, these are located in the West Stand at turnstiles 4 and 9. Other facilities available for supporters with disabilities to enhance their matchday experience at King Power Stadium, include:
Audio descriptive service
Headsets with full descriptive commentary can be provided for visually impaired supporters. These are available from the matchday staff entrance an hour and a half before kick-off. (Failure to return the headset will incur an £80 fee – with deposit details taken on collection of the headset.)
Hearing loops are fitted and clearly signed at various locations around King Power Stadium including the ticket office, Foxes Fanstore, main reception and catering outlets.
Please apply for your pack, including ear defenders, in advance of a home fixture by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Available in every stand throughout King Power Stadium, fitted with lower level counters. Stewards can assist with ordering and transporting food and drink to the designated seating areas.
Disability wardens will provide blankets and any other services required.
In addition, the Club also provide wheelchair accessible coach travel for all away fixtures throughout the season. If you have any other queries, please contact the Club’s Disability Liaison Officer by emailing email@example.com or telephone 0116 2294540.
To find out more about accessibility at King Power Stadium, please click HERE to visit our section of the Disabled Go website.
The LCFC DSA (Disability Support Association) is an independent and voluntary organisation, self-funded by membership fees and fundraising.
Their main aim is to highlight the needs of supporters with disabilities. The LCFC DSA has built a strong working relationship with the Directors and management at the Club to ensure all supporters are treated equally at King Power Stadium. We are delighted that this has resulted in increased numbers of supporters with disabilities attending matches at King Power Stadium.
The DSA provides its members with advice and support by liaising with the Club on a regular basis. The DSA also hold social events for its members, including quiz nights. The LCFC DSA can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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