Sports Ground Safety Authority case study with THFC

Getting to a match is not easy, Even if you’ve been there before. There will be masses of people. That can be intimidating on its own. If you’ve never been to the stadium, or if you’ve got a disability, it could be enough to put you off trying.

  • Nationally 4 of out 5 young people cannot read maps
  • 65% of people are visual learners who absorb and recall information best by seeing
  • 83% of disabled people had ‘walked away’ from making a purchase, unable or unwilling to do so. The most important factor was inaccessible premises. Other important factors that discouraged disabled consumers from spending were poorly designed products and staff who were not disability confident, were rude or appeared prejudiced”.

See how THFC removed these barriers in the Sports Ground Safety Authority case study.