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Disabled Supporters’ Information for Tannadice
Dundee United now offer disability season tickets for both wheelchair users and ambulant fans. To qualify for a disability season ticket applicants must receive DLA / PIP at either medium (for renewals) or high level (new applicants). To apply or for further details, please contact Moira Hughes in the DUFC ticket office on (01382) 833166 (option 1) or email email@example.com.
Wheelchair capacity: there are 16 wheelchair spaces in the George Fox Stand Lower stand and 11 in the Eddie Thompson Stand. Currently, wheelchair spaces in both of the stands are full with a waiting list. There is availability in the West Stand (Shed) for certain matches. If you are just wishing to attend the occasional game, an application should be made as above prior to the game to ensure appropriate admittance.
A Dundee United disability season ticket entitles the holder to all DUFC games at Tannadice for £140 for adults. For Personal Assistants, when required to attend, entrance cost is included in the ticket price. Visually impaired supporters can be accommodated in the lower tier of the George Fox Stand where they receive access to match commentary through headphones. This service is provided by the Dundee Blind and Partially Sighted Society (tel 01382 227101) and supporters should liaise with this organisation in the first instance.
Access: Wheelchair users accommodated in the George Fox Stand enter from the appropriately manned doors at either end of the stand. Wheelchair users accessing the Eddie Thompson Stand should do so by use of the ramp at the rear of the stand where they will be directed to the appropriate area. The West Stand access is via Gate R which is situated on Sandeman Street adjacent to the turnstiles.
Parking: There is a facility for non-bookable disabled parking (12 spaces) at the east side of North Isla Street (between Tannadice Street and Fairbairn Street) or at the south kerb of Sandeman Street (between the east end of the George Fox Stand and Arklay Street).
Disabled Away Supporters at Tannadice: For smaller games, there is a facility for four wheelchair spaces situated between the Fair Play and West Stand.
At larger games, when the away support is allocated in the West Stand, there are 12 spaces present. Disabled away supporters are requested to contact their own club to purchase tickets for the game.
Access: Wheelchair users attending the smaller games should enter the park via Gate K which is situated in Tannadice Street adjacent to the Fair Play Stand.
At larger games, they should enter the West Stand via Gate R which is situated in Sandeman Street.
United Supporters Attending Away Grounds: Disabled United supporters wishing to attend an away match are requested to contact Moira Hughes at the earliest opportunity on (01382) 833166 (option 1)
As individual SPFL clubs have their own arrangements for disabled away supporters - please visit their sites for further information or contact Moira at firstname.lastname@example.org