Celtic F.C.

Celtic Disabled Supporters Association 

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Celtic Disabled Supporters Association was formed in 2011. The Association was formed to promote disabled supporters attending football matches both at Celtic Park and at away venues. They are fully recognised and supported by the football club, and work closely with them on issues such as future ticketing, access issues and any general issues that members may have. For further information, please email info@celticdsa.co.uk

Celtic DSA also have their own web site click on http://www.celticdsa.co.uk/

Accessible Tickets For Away Fans

Away facility: SOUTH EAST CORNER

Category: PRICES FOR ALL SPFL FIXTURES

Ticket type Price
Wheelchair User (Adult) & PA £10
Wheelchair User (Concession) & PA £10
Ambulant Disabled (Adult) & PA £10
Ambulant Disabled (Concession) & PA £10
Wheelchair User (Adult) without PA £5
Wheelchair User (Concession) without PA £5
Ambulant Disabled (Adult) without PA £5
Ambulant Disabled (Concession) without PA £5

How To Apply For Tickets & Accessible Car Parking Information

Disabled supporters visiting Celtic Park should contact their own club’s ticket office to arrange for tickets to be collected and paid for .

The CDSA allocates all reserve-able parking for supporters with disabilities attending games at Celtic Park.

For the away support, applications should be made by email to parking@celticdsa.co.uk , requests must arrive no later than 48 hours before kick-off. Please provide your name and if a bulk request the names and the number of places needed.

Entry is by Kinloch Street via London Road only. A CFC steward will have a list of those allocated a place, please be aware that blue badges will be regularly inspected.

If you have no access to email please call the CDSA on 07514-059870.

Accessible Facilities Assessment

Category Assessment Score
Accessible Car Parking New process just need to trial a few times 2
Ticket Collection No Ambulant availability irrespective of price 1
Access 3
Sightlines Wheelchair user poor due to being pitch side and view blocked by stewards and police 0
Comfort Wheelchair use poor as no cover provided 0
Accessible Catering No access 0
Accessible Toilets 3
Points Total9

Comments

The Centre for Access to Football in Europe provide more detailed information on accessible facilities at Celtic Park.Click on http://www.cafefootball.eu/en/clubs/celtic-fc for a summary and where you see Useful Publications and Policies click on here to view the detailed CAFE stadia report.