Bradford City AFC is committed to extending football and the facilities at the Utilita Energy Stadium to the widest possible contingency of supporters.
Our club policies set out our intentions and procedures – to ensure the needs of all supporters are met.
Bradford City AFC welcomes any opportunity to discuss its facilities with disabled spectators in order to improve the facilities it offers.
The voluntary role of the disability liaison officer is carried out by Marco Townson.
They can be contacted by emailing email@example.com.
Marco regularly discusses good practices and issues with the club’s management team.
For the club’s policy for supporters with disabilities, CLICK HERE.
Bradford City Disability Football Club trains three times a week and welcomes footballers of all ages, abilities and genders. The award-winning programme is part of the Bradford City Community Foundation and run by Paul Jubb and Jaimie Dorward. For more information, please CLICK HERE.
Number of wheelchair user spaces
Number of easy access and amenity seats
Number of accessible toilets
Yes – by request.
Accessible services + information
Assistance dogs are welcome at the stadium.
The City Shop
We do not currently have low level serving counters in the club shop.
We do have space in hospitality and VIP areas for wheelchair users.
Braille and large print
Large print documentation can be requested from the club.
Food concession stands
Our kiosks provide assistance to disabled supporters.
Total number of disabled parking spaces
The Utilita Energy Stadium has 4 designated disabled parking bays, available on a first-come, first-served basis, additional parking has been made available on Midland Road inside the road closure. Please display a valid blue badge when entering the road closure.
Local accessible bus routes and local accessible train routes to the nearest train stations Bradford Forster Square / Bradford Interchange.
You may need to pay an additional bus or taxi fare to complete your journey.