Disabled Access

Hello I am David,

I am supporter of the Club and wish to welcome you to the Enfield Town FC Queen Elizabeth II Stadium.

I am working with the Club to ensure disabled supporters have the best experience when visiting us. Although the main building was initially built in the 1930’s it is fully accessible for wheelchair users like myself.

Getting to the ground
The ground is served by TfL routes 191, 217, and 317. Buses on these routes provide for disabled access. By rail Enfield Town and Brimsdown have step free access. Full details can be found at Enfield Town FC How To Find Us

If arriving by car there are specified disabled parking spaces near the turnstiles. More information can be found at Enfield Town FC Car Parking

Entry
The Club charges usual admission charges but carers are free. There is a side gate by the turnstiles through which wheelchair access can be gained.

Main Building
There is step free access into the main building. Inside the foyer there is also a disabled toilet. The key to this can be obtained from the Club Shop next to the entrance to the building. There is also a lift that can take you to the bar area on the first floor. You will need to ask one of our helpful stewards to arrange for you to use the lift.

Stadium
Outside in the stadium there are male and female disabled toilets at opposite ends of the main building. The female toilets are at the turnstile end and the male the other end.

In the stand opposite the main building there is a designated wheelchair area from where you can watch the match under cover.

The club is always looking to improve the experience of visiting the stadium for all supporters. If there is anything you wish to be clarified or need additional help or have any suggestions please contact me using at ………

I hope you enjoy your visit,
David.

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