Эвертон

 

Stadium Information

Club

Эвертон

Stadium

Гудисон Парк

Address

Goodison Park

Goodison Road

Liverpool

L4 4EL

England

Club / Stadium Contact for Disabled Supporters

Name

Брендан Коннолли

Telephone number

+44 (0)871 663 1878 or 0151 530 5396

Website address

Disabled Supporters Group

Contact Name

EDSA - Брюс Роджерс

Telephone number

Email address

Access Information for Disabled Supporters

Getting there and Parking

 

Для болельщиков с инвальдностью выделены 48 парковочных мест, расположенных неподалеку от стадиона. Болельщики с инвальдностью, поддерживающую команду соперника, могут получить годовые разрешения на право парковать транспортное средство в Ассоциации по футболу г. Эдмонта (EDSA). На стадионе нет резких подъемов и спусков. Специально обученный обслуживающий персонал Ассоциации может оказать вам необходимую помощь при посещении стадиона.

Getting a Ticket

 

За информацией о покупке билета, пожалуйста, напрямую обращайтесь в клуб.

Spectator Viewing areas

 

Wheelchair user85 мест на стадионе предназначены для болельщиков с ограниченными возможностями команды хозяев поля. 13 мест предназначены для болельщиков с ограниченными возможностями болеющих за команду гостей. Места для болельщиков, поддерживающих команду хозяев поля, расположены на трибунах Парк Энд (49 мест, Park End), Пэддок (29 мест, The Paddock) и Нижняя Глэдис Стрит (7 мест, Lower Gwladys Street). Места для болельщиков за команду гостей расположены на трибуне Булленс Роуд (Bullens Road)в гостевом секторе. Все места для болельщиков команды гостей находятся со стороны футбольного поля и оборудованы небольшими тентами. Личные помощники сидят либо рядом с болельщиком с ограниченными возможностями, либо позади него.

 

Ambulant disabled

Необходимо предварительно запрашивать информация о наличии мест для болельщиков с ограниченными физическими возможностями. Предоставляются они только болельщикам ФК Эвертон на трибуне Парк Энд (Park End).

Amenities

 

Недалеко от мест для людей на коляске расположены шесть туалетов, оборудованные для использования болельщиками с ограниченными физическими возможностями. Четыре из них предназначены для использования болельщиками команды хозяев поля, а два - как для болельщиков команды хозяев поля, так и для болельщиков команды гостей. Туалеты оборудованы шнурами аварийных сигнализаций. Дежурит обслуживающий персонал.

 

Пункты питания, предназначенные для обслуживания болельщиков с инвальдностью, расположены на трибуне Парк Энд (Park End).

Services

 

Услуга аудио-описательных комментариев предоставляется только для болельщиков команды хозяев поля. Доступ к аудио-описательным комментариям возможен на 8 местах, оборудованных на специальных крытых возвышениях. Эти места расположены на Главной трибуне (Main Stand). В наличии 50 радиоприемников, которые можно использовать на всех трибунах арены, включая и гостевой сектор. Трансляция осуществляется комментаторами ФК Эвертон. Комментирование матча также обслуживает Hospital Radio, для более подробной информации посетите их вебсайт http://hrfn.co.uk/

Useful Publications and Policies

 

Дополнительную информацию можно найти в практическом справочнике УЕФА и CAFE по доступности стадионов и удобствам в игровые дни «Открыто для всех», который переведен на 13 языков и находится здесь.

Accessible seating area

Accessible seating area

Pitch side

More Stadium Photos

Accessible seating area

Accessible seating area

Sightlines from accessible seating area

Sightlines from accessible seating area

Sightlines from accessible seating area

Sightlines from accessible seating area

FANS COMMENTS - HAVE YOUR SAY!

 

Have you visited this stadium recently? If so, please share your match day experience by posting your comments in the section below.

 

Please tell us about your match day experience - what was good, not good or could be improved.

 

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Comments

Vicki Cunningham

Match: Europa League matches

Published: 1/12/2015

 

When Everton played in last season's Europa League, we just couldn't see the match at all over the higer advert boards. Another disabled fan complained to the club after one of the matches, and at the next game a ramp had been put in place. But the ramp only went from one corner flag to the goal, meaning half of the wheelchair user spaces didn't have a ramp! That included us, so it made absolutely no difference to our experience and we still saw nothing. I emailed the club after this to tell them I wanted my money back but they never replied. It wasn't about the money, it was about telling them how awful our experiences have been

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Vicki Cunningham

Match: Aston Villa

Published: 1/12/2015

 

My son uses a powerchair and sits in the wheelchair user spaces at the front of the Park End. At the last home match we were completely blocked from entering the stadium by a group of stewards, photographers and safety officers, who ignored us as we tried to get past. This isn’t a new thing, and happens most weeks. It is as if we weren’t even there and they just carried on their conversations. My son went to the toilet at half time and when we came back, there was stewards stood in his space talking with fans, meaning that he couldn’t get back in and the rest of the walkway was blocked off. It’s getting to the stage where I hate going to home matches because of the attitude of people. I understand the facilities in the stadium are not great but there is no excuse for a poor attitude. They are selfish and unconcerned, and it feels like they only do the job for a free match ticket.

 

I hate that my other three sons have to sit away from us and can’t enjoy the match alongside their brother. I’m sick of having to fight our way into a tiny toilet with no room for changing and sick of always knocking the bins off the wall to get to it because the corridor is too narrow. The accessible toilets at Goodison are appalling. I’m sick of getting wet all during the game, and I’m sick of pitchside adverts blocking our view.

 

Me and my sons love watching Everton but every time we enter the stadium it feels like we are travelling 30 years back. I will never stop fighting for my son because he shouldn’t have to settle for second best just because he uses a powerchair. I’ve been a season ticket holder for 35 years, it is just not acceptable how we are expected to just ‘cope’ with the situation on matchday.

 

I know things will need changing by 2017, but what happens with the here and now? I don't even know if my son will still be with us by 2017 and I will fight for his rights whilst he is still alive, and don't forget "a paying season ticket holder" just like everybody else!

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Anonymous

Match: Everton away

Published: 2/6/2015

 

Inside toilet

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Anonymous

Match: vs Everton

Published: 2/6/2015

 

Entrance to accessible toilet

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Anonymous

Match: Everton away

Published: 2/6/2015

 

Wheelchair user spaces with companion seats

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