Ross County

Staggies Disabled Supporters Club

Ross County are the most northern senior football club in the United Kingdom and are a very strong community club. The Staggies Disabled Supporters Club was launched in May 2013 however due to changes in the club’s non football staff it did not continue.

The S.D.S.A. in are working with the club to resurrect the group as well as the newly appointed Disability Access Officer Stephanie Strang who can be contacted at stephaniestrang@hotmail.com. 

Any disabled fan and/or their personal assistant who is interested in finding out more information should contact the SDSA general secretary Keith Ferguson by email at keith_sdsa@btinternet.com or on mobile 07743780913 or on landline 0131334131.

 

Accessible Tickets For Away Fans

Away facility: North Stand (Ambulant category may also include fans who are Partially Sighted/Blind, Hard of Hearing or have Learning Difficulties) + (Cup ties may be priced differently)

Category: 2016/17 PRICES FOR ALL SPFL FIXTURES (Ambulant category may also include fans who are Partially Sighted/Blind, Hard of Hearing or have Learning Difficulties) + (Cup ties may be priced differently)

Ticket type Price
Wheelchair User (Adult) & PA to be advised
Wheelchair User (Concession) & PA to be advised
Ambulant Disabled (Adult) & PA to be advised
Ambulant Disabled (Concession) & PA to be advised
Wheelchair User (Adult) without PA to be advised
Wheelchair User (Concession) without PA to be advised
Ambulant Disabled (Adult) without PA to be advised
Ambulant Disabled (Concession) without PA to be advised

How To Apply For Tickets & Accessible Car Parking Information

Disabled supporters visiting the Global Energy Stadium should contact their own club’s ticket office to arrange for tickets to be collected and paid for on the day of the match at the Ross County F.C. or their own club’s ticket office.

If an accessible parking space is required enter the car parks next to the stadium and the stewards there will direct you to the accessible spaces. Spaces are allocated on a first come first served basis.

Accessible Facilities Assessment

Category Assessment Score
ACCESSIBLE CAR PARKING FOR AWAY FANS Surface not tarmaced 1
EASY TICKET COLLECTION FOR AWAY FANS Accessible tickets now collected at reception 3
EASY ACCESS FOR AWAY FANS 3
SIGHTLINES FOR AWAY FANS Wheelchair user poor due to pitch side/in corner 0
COMFORT IN AWAY STAND Not fully covered 1
ACCESSIBLE CATERING FOR AWAY FANS Counters too high 1
ACCESSIBLE TOILETS FOR AWAY FANS Identified as a problem 0
AUDIO COMMENTARY FOR AWAY FANS Not Available 0
ACCESSIBLE CAR PARKING FOR HOME FANS Not yet scored 0
EASY TICKET COLLECTION FOR HOME FANS Not yet scored 0
EASY ACCESS FOR HOME FANS Not yet scored 0
SIGHTLINES FOR HOME FANS Not yet scored 0
COMFORT IN HOME STANDS Not yet scored 0
ACCESSIBLE CATERING FOR HOME FANS Not yet scored 0
ACCESSIBLE TOILETS FOR HOME FANS Not yet scored 0
AUDIO COMMENTARY FOR HOME FANS Not yet scored 0
DISABILITY ACCESS OFFICER In place but not yet up and running 1
Points Total10

Comments

The Centre for Access to Football in Europe may provide more detailed information on accessible facilities at Ross County’s Stadium. However to date they have not published anything.