CAFE – Report of the Disabled Fans Survey 2016

CAFE – Report of the Disabled Fans Survey 2016

The aim of the Disabled Fan Survey 2016 was to gain a wider understanding of the experiences of disabled football fans across Europe. Furthermore, it attempted to find out more about the numbers of disabled people attending matches, and the barriers disabled fans can face in supporting their clubs.

Amongst the key findings of the survey, 93% of respondents felt it was important for disabled people to have a choice of accessible seating across football stadiums90% of respondents also stated that it is important for disabled fans to be able to sit with their own supporters inside a stadium. However, more than one-in-six fans reported that they have been unable to do so when attending away matches. Some of the common barriers outlined by respondents included a lack of pre-match information, inaccessible public transport and difficulty in purchasing tickets for accessible seating areas.

 

 

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