Sensory Room at Brentford Community Stadium
Brentford Football Club was proud to support Level Playing Field’s ‘Weeks of Action’ campaign.
Disability charity Level Playing Field celebrated their seventeenth ‘Weeks of Action’ campaign from Saturday 27 January to Sunday 14 March, which aimed to showcase the good work being done by clubs and organisations to improve accessibility and inclusion across all sports.
The key objective of ‘Weeks of Action’ is to raise awareness of good access and inclusion and how it benefits disabled fans and the wider community – Brentford Community Stadium and our new accessible stands are an excellent example of how a matchday experience can be completely changed for a supporter and can bring live games back into their life.
Brentford Community Stadium in numbers:
- 850mm: Dropped counters at an accessible level for all
- 150 wheelchair spaces
- 56 ambulant spaces
- 23 accessible toilets
- 8 unisex toilets
- 5 accessible baby changing facilities
- 2 adult changing rooms
- 1 baby feeding facility
- 1 Sensory Room
- Designated disabled stadium parking
As a user led organisation, Level Playing Field’s members are always at the heart of what they do. Their shared passion for sport and equality really drives them to influence long term change and improve the spectator experience for all disabled fans.
The Level Playing Field ‘Fan’ membership is free to join, and includes the following benefits:
- Weekly ‘matchday’ newsletter with general LPF updates
- Quarterly fan-specific exclusive newsletter
- Invites to take part in annual events such as Weeks of Action and regional/national forums
- Official membership certificate
- It’s free to become a member
Other benefits include:
- Access to independent, expert advice and guidance on access and inclusion issues
- Opportunity to feedback on Access and Inclusion through LPF’s annual survey
- Opportunity to network with other disabled fans, fan groups and disability/sports organisations.
If you would like to keep updated with Level Playing Field’s work, follow them on social media.
For more information on the Club’s work on equality, diversity and inclusion, please click here.