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There is nothing ‘Glorious’ about a game one cannot see or participate in
Ministers have urged sports clubs & venues to step up their game on access for disabled fans, after the launch of a government report on the issue, which highlights the frustrations of disabled sports fans across the UK and found that some disabled fans are unable to sit with their children, or with their fellow supporters, when attending matches.
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DWP:  Ministers highlight ‘inexcusable’ lack of disabled access at some sports clubs & venues

EHRC:  Access to Premier League football grounds for disabled fans

Accessible Stadia Guide - Sports Grounds Safety Authority

Sports Grounds Safety Authority Updates Standards for disabled access at spots grounds

Rowing innovation recognised at Sports Technology Awards

Bid to improve disabled access at sports stadiums

'Transformation' in British attitudes towards disabled people since Paralympics 2012

Government blows the whistle on disability discrimination in football

Lottery backing gets disabled young people into the sport zone

Celebrities join forces with disability charity on role models campaign

Disability Sport Clubs - parasport.org.uk‎

Disability Sports Group - Scope.org.uk‎

Disability In Sports - bespoken.me‎

Accessible Sports Facilities - Sport England

Access for All: Opening Doors

READY Charity: Raising Funds For Disabled Children's Sport

Safeguarding deaf & disabled children - CPSU

Sporting Chance - Youth Sport Trust

2020 Vulnerability Roundtables