Preston North End are proud to announce the introduction of an Accessibility Passport, with the aim of improving the matchday experience for supporters with disabilities.
Lucy Stephenson, PNE's Disability Liaison Officer, has introduced the scheme at Preston North End and feels it is vital the club look to be as inclusive as possible.
The Accessibility Passport is something she hopes will provide additional support to those who need help in and around Deepdale on a matchday.
There may be occasions when a supporter wishes to ask a member of the matchday staff for assistance, however they may not wish to discuss how their disability affects them in a public area, or they may have a communication difficulty. The Accessibility Passport will mean the information is written down so that matchday stewards, or other stadium staff, can offer appropriate assistance and support.
As a football club, we want to make the matchday experience easier and more enjoyable for everyone, and we hope that the introduction of the Accessibility Passport will do just that.
If you would like to receive a complimentary Accessibility Passport either by post or collection from the ticket office, please call 0344 856 1966, or alternatively you can email Lucy directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.