Leicester City Upgrade Facilities For Supporters With Disabilities
- A range of new facilities have been introduced to King Power Stadium to ensure the ground is accessible
- Changing Places toilet recently introduced in the South Stand and accessible toilets in hospitality areas
Leicester City are pleased to announce a stadium-wide upgrade in the facilities available for supporters with disabilities has taken place, helping to ensure King Power Stadium is accessible for all.
The Club are committed to ensuring the stadium is accessible to all supporters and the upgrade in facilities will ensure all fans are able to make the most of their matchday experience on Filbert Way for future seasons.
As part of the upgrade in facilities, the Club have recently installed a Changing Places toilet in the South Stand, which offers a height-adjustable adult-sized changing bench, tracking hoist and adequate space in the room for supporters with disabilities and their carers.
The introduction of the Changing Places toilet will help compliment the facilities already in place at King Power Stadium, including the accessibility toilets which are available in every concourse and have recently been refurbished in the hospitality areas.
Away from the matchday experience, the Club are also committed to ensuring all visitors are able to enjoy and make the most of their visit. As a result, the Club have introduced hearing loops throughout all concourses and hospitality areas, while portable hearing loops are also available upon request from the main reception.
To support the above facilities, the Club are also proud to offer supporters with disabilities:
- Pitch level seating, in the East and West stands, for wheelchair users with spaces for carers
- Upper and lower platform seating for wheelchair users throughout the ground, with spaces for carers
- Designated seating throughout the stadium for ambulant supporters with disabilities
Furthermore, to enhance the experience for supporters with disabilities attending King Power Stadium on a matchday, the Club also offers an audio descriptive service which provides supporters with visual impairments a real-time account of the match action, which differs to traditional radio commentary and brings the supporters closer to the action.
For more information on the facilities available at King Power Stadium for supporters with disabilities, please see the Club’s 2016/17 * which is available in large print, braille and audio, or visit the Disabled Go website.
While the following changes have already been made to King Power Stadium, the Club are committed to continually improving the facilities and accessibility of the ground. As a result, Leicester City Football Club have appointed DJS Research to conduct independent survey.
Any supporters who would like to take part in the research, please register your details by . Please note, by taking part in the survey your details will be shared with DJS Research.
If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact the Club’s Supporter Liaison and Disability Access Officer by emailing .
*Any supporters who would like a copy of the Club’s Accessibility Guide in an alternative format, should email or call 0116 2294544.
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