Forest Green Rovers

Forest Green Rovers

Stadium Information


The New Lawn


Another Way

Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters


Telephone no.

01453 834 860

E-mail address

Disabled Supporters Association


There is no DSA at present.



Website address



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Getting There & Parking


Getting a Ticket


Spectator Viewing areas


Accessible amenities


Accessible services & information


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Sheila Quinn

Match: Forest Green Rovers v York City

Published: 22/8/2016


I phoned Forest Green for a wheelchair & carer ticket and paid for it over the phone,   spoke to Kate and she booked a wheelchair car parking space for us too.  She said she would keep my ticket in reception for collecting.  Thank you Kate.


We parked directly outside the home turnstiles and I went to reception for our tickets & also bought programmes in there.

The problems started trying to enter the ground,  I asked at the wheelchair entrance for home supporters,  the steward sent us to the away end,  entrance was up steps and no wheelchair door.  The  steward there sent us to reception and said they would admit us through there.  Saw Kate again and she said we couldn’t enter that way & she sent us back to where we started.

The steward there checked our tickets & opened the door for us.  We hadn’t a clue where to go & no steward to ask.

There were refreshment bars & toilets in there, and a table selling programmes, scarves etc,    No pies only vegetarian stuff so we didn’t bother, noticed most people were eating chips though.

We walked to the end,  still no steward to ask. So we walked through a door which led to the pitch and up toward our own supporters.  Ah, a steward there, so I asked him if we could sit in front of our fans. Hadn’t seen any wheelchair areas.    No was the reply, not enough room, go back to the half way line.   So back we walked in the pouring rain and found some wheelchair spaces near the halfway line. Not sure if we were in the right place as no one else was there we decided to stay unless we were moved on. This was pitch side so we got soaked and couldn’t see very well for the officials & staff obstructing our view.

Not a nice ground to go to, especially in bad weather

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