Attend our fan forum on accessibility

By SFC Media Tue 14 Nov Club
Photo by Matt Watson | St Mary's

Southampton Football Club is holding its first Fan Forum for Accessibility this week, with an open invitation to supporters to attend.

The club is committed to making sure disabled supporters enjoy a fully-inclusive experience at St Mary’s Stadium, with the club having taken a number of strides to improve accessibility for fans and visitors.

Saints are in the top quartile of Premier League clubs for accessibility, recently creating a new Changing Places facility, as well as a Sensory Room, while also providing additional wheelchair spaces, in among a host of other improvements.

However, the club would still like to do more, and is looking to hear feedback from supporters on how it could further enhance its facilities.

The forum will take place this Thursday, from 2pm until 4pm at the Virgin Media Hub, which can be found in the Kingsland Stand, at St Mary’s.

If you feel you could contribute, either by attending in person, posing a question for discussion or by providing feedback for staff, please contact the club’s Supporter Relations team via or by calling 02380 711980.

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