Details for travelling Disabled Supporters will be announced once the Derby County Ticket Office has received the ticket allocation, pricing information and disabled access information from the home club.



West Bromwich Albion vs Derby County
SkyBet Championship
The Hawthorns
24/10/2018
Kick-off: 8pm

Disabled Liaison Officer: Liz Massey
Telephone: 0121 227 2227
Email: [email protected]

  • There is a designated drop off area for supporter coaches directly outside the ‘away’ turnstiles.
  • Accessible parking is available, please contact Liz Massey on 0121 227 2227 or email [email protected] Spaces are allocated on a first come first served basis.
  • Wheelchair spaces are available, and these spaces are located at pitch-side within the away end.
  • Row F, G & H (lower tier) have been recommended for those supporters that require easy access seating, however, there are 3-4 steps to negotiate to reach these seats. The front row in the lower tier will be Row F in Blocks A4 & A5 and Row D in Block A6 for those supporters that require an unobstructed view. Please specify your seating requirements at the time of purchase.
  • Accessible toilets are located within the ‘away end’.
  • Assistance dogs are admitted to the ground. The Club should be notified in advance of the game by contacting the Club’s Disability Liaison Officer (“DLO”), so adequate provision can be made. It may be necessary for the Club to decide the most appropriate location in the ground for the supporter to sit.
  • Catering kiosks in the away area do have low level serving counters.
  • Match-day commentaries are available via headsets and you must pre-book these in advance by contacting Liz Massey on 0121 227 2227.
  • The concourses do not have rest areas.
  • The club shop does have a low level serving counter.

Middlesbrough vs Derby County
SkyBet Championship
Riverside Stadium
27/10/2018
Kick-off: 12:30pm

Disabled Liaison Officer: Brian Robinson
Telephone: 01642 757691 / 0783 4687980
Email: [email protected]uk

  • Coach park is within 200 yards of the away seating area
  • Accessible parking spaces are available, and these spaces are allocated on a first come first served basis, please contact Middlesbrough’s Ticket Office on 01642 929421 to book your space.
  • The concourses do not have rest areas.
  • Assistance dogs are admitted to the ground. The Club should be notified in advance of the game by contacting the Club’s Disability Liaison Officer (“DLO”), so adequate provision can be made. It may be necessary for the Club to decide the most appropriate location in the ground for the supporter to sit.
  • Catering kiosks in the away section do not have low level serving counters.
  • The club shop does have a low level serving counter and electric doors
  • Accessible toilets are available in the away area.
  • Wheelchair spaces are available, and these spaces are located at both pitch-side and platform within the away area.
  • Block 46, Row 2, is recommended for those supporters that require easy access seating; there is 1 step to negotiate in order to access this row of seats and I have been informed that this will be the front row. Please specify your seating requirements at the time of purchase.
  • Match-day commentary is available, please contact the Ticket Office on 01642 929421 to reserve a headset as these are allocated on a first come first served basis.
  • Induction loop facilities are available within the Ticket Office, Club Shop and Reception.

Chelsea vs Derby County
EFL Cup
Stamford Bridge Stadium
31/10/2018
Kick-off: 19:45pm

Disabled Liaison Officer: Diane Piggott
Telephone: 0207 915 1950
Email: [email protected]

  • There is a designated drop off area for supporter coaches and this is approximately 250 yards away from the away seating area, however, the drop off location may change at short notice and it maybe a little further away; this decision will be decided on the day, as it depends on how many coaches are expected.
  • There are 6 pre-booked accessible matchday car parking spaces for blue badge holders, for the use of both home and away supporters. There are 4 spaces within the stadium complex at Stamford Gate and 3 spaces at Fulham Broadway. Bookings are taken approximately four weeks prior to matchday and a full schedule can be found at www.chelseafc.com/tickets-membership/disabled-info/car-parking.
  • A drop off point is located via the Stamford Gate entrance situated by the Stamford Gate shop. These areas are controlled by stewards and security on matchdays. Please note once the road is closed (approx. 2 hours from kick-off) there is no access to the drop off point or car parks.
  • The concourses do have rest areas.
  • Wheelchair spaces are available, and these spaces are located on a platform in the away area.
  • Block 1, Row 9 (1 step), Blocks 2-4, Row 11-12 (2-3 steps) in the lower tier are recommended for those supporters that require easy access seating. Please specify your seating requirements at the time of purchase.
  • Supporters that require the front row (lower tier) will need to ask for tickets in either Block 1, Row 3, Blocks 2-3, Row 4, or Blocks 4, 5 , 5a, 6 & 7, Row 3.
  • Assistance dogs are admitted to the ground. The Club should be notified in advance of the game by contacting the Club’s Disability Liaison Officer (“DLO”), so adequate provision can be made. It may be necessary for the Club to decide the most appropriate location in the ground for the supporter to sit.
  • Catering kiosks in the away section do have low level serving counters.
  • The club shop does have a low-level serving counter.
  • Accessible toilets are available in the away area. Also, mobile accessible toilets with adult-sized changing bench and hoist is available.
  • Match-day commentary (Chelsea TV radio commentary) for blind and partially sighted is available through a complimentary ear piece. These can be requested from the ticket office window number 7, main reception (Shed End - South Stand) or you can email [email protected] with your name, details of match you are attending and your seat details and a steward will deliver an ear piece to you on matchday.
  • Induction loop facilities are available at all the box office windows, also there is a dedicated disability window (number 7) which has a low-level counter.

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