3rd April saw Rangers Football Club official open Broxi’s Den, the Club’s new sensory suite at Ibrox Stadium. This facility, based in the Broomloan Stand Corner, will enable children and young people facing a variety of sensory challenges to view matches in a safe and quiet environment.
April 17, 2017
A lot happened but not a lot was reported so here are some catch up highlights… Heart of Midlothian F.C. Museum IS Accessible! As part of the fit out of the new museum a stair lift has been installed outside the main door to ensure the museum is fully accessible. It was recommended from past [...]
April 6, 2017
Just in time for their recent Scottish Cup tie against Ayr United and thanks to REX Blind Parties being awarded funding to expand the service, Hibernian took delivery of brand new state of the art equipment (provided by Access Audio Ltd.) These two organisations in partnership with the S.D.S.A. link up under the SOCCER SIGHT [...]
March 13, 2017
One thousand individual members that is. The S.D.S.A. are now the predominant organisation in Scotland representing football supporters who are disabled. Reaching 1000 would be a fantastic achievement. Where are we now? Going to keep that a secret until some checks and balances are carried out however the split by club is not what you [...]
"Tam Cowan is a football journalist, radio and television presenter. He writes a twice weekly article in the Daily Record newspaper and is co presenter of Scottish football comedy radio show Off the Ball. Tam is honorary president of the Motherwell Disabled Supporters Club."
"Baron Foulkes of Cumnock is a Labour Party life peer and former chairman of Heart of Midlothian FC and will support the SDSA where possible."
"Tony Higgins is a former Hibernian, Partick, Morton and Stranraer player who now sits on the FIFPro board and has offered to support the SDSA where possible."
"Campbell Ogilvie is the current President of the Scottish Football Association "