Stevenage Football Club welcomes people from all walks of life, including those with disabilities.
Supporters who require wheelchair access at The Lamex Stadium are advised to purchase tickets for the disabled enclosure in the North Terrace in advance by calling 01438 223223.
There are just 12 wheelchair spaces available in this area and these are usually split 50/50 with supporters from the visiting club. Away fans should note there is no wheelchair space in the South Stand (away stand) and as such, you will be situated among home fans in the covered North Terrace, which is situated behind one of the goals.
The wheelchair section can be accessed from the rear of the North Stand where there are no steps. The bus stop on the westbound carriageway of Broadhall Way, outside the North Terrace, is a designated drop-off point for wheelchair users and there is also a free car park on the opposite side of the road at Fairlands Valley, which is fully accessible via the underpass.
Fans requiring tickets for the wheelchair enclosure can call 01438 223223 and will be required to pay the relevannt age concession with a free carer.
Ambulant disabled fans (medium-high rate disability allowance) can purchase tickets for their chosen stand at the normal concession price with a free care, if required.
Fans who are visually impaired have the option of hiring one of two DAB digital radios from the club shop. These are available for a £10 deposit (refundable on return) with earphones provided and fans can tune into live commentary from BBC3 Counties Radio/Boro PlayerHD. Please call 01438 223223 to book or for further details.