Disabled parking bays are reserved for members of YTFC Disabled Supporters Association, who are allocated bays behind the
AgustaWestland Community Stand and against the back of the Cowlin Stand. There are also a number of bays at the top of
the slope behind the Cowlin Stand which are available on a first come first served basis. For help, look out for the
GWSC Stadium Assistants in the red tabards. Any other Blue Badge holders are advised to contact Sharon Swain on 07790 375250.
Access to the ground is generally flat from the reserved spaces.
Wheelchair users are accommodated in 4 bays set into the Cowlin Stand, all bays having room for around 5 wheelchairs and being at ground
level. There is no provision for companions or assistants alongside the wheelchairs but there is a carer's row directly behind the bays.
Visiting Disabled supporters are accommodated at the away end side of the Cowlin Stand. For help, look out for the GWSC Stadium Assistants
in the red tabards. Access to both snack-bars in the Cowlin Stand is level and flat and there is a disabled toilet beside the snack-bar
nearest to the home end terrace.
Supporters with ambulatory disabilities of a severe nature will qualify for the concessionary treatment and have access to seating
nearest the entrances/exits. We advise you to contact the club for further details.
For visually-impaired supporters There is a dedicated audio described Soccer Sight commentary service, with 10 headsets available for
use by Home & Away supporters. Supporters wishing to use this commentary service are advised to ring the club Supporter Liaison Officer
for availability and to reserve a headset. Supporters collect the headsets from the Supporter Liaison Officer at the General Enquiries Office
and then return the headsets back to the General Enquiries Office, after the match. There are no special arrangements for hearing-impaired
The club shop is situated underneath the AgustaWestland Community Stand opposite the Cowlin Stand and is accessible via a small step.
Beware of the camber of the ground outside the AgustaWestland Community Stand; it tends to vary a bit. The club's bars and conference
facilities are all situated on the first floor of the AgustaWestland Community Stand and are accessible via a purpose built lift
situated next to the Green & White Supporters Club shop, at the far end of the stand. Otherwise for the thirsty wheelchair user the
nearest pubs to the ground, The Arrow and The Bell, are both around a quarter-of a mile from Huish Park. Happily they are both
The club have a temporary Marquee bar on the far side of the all-weather pitch at Huish Park, opposite the corner of the Main and
Blackthorn Stands. The Marquee is wheelchair accessible and away supporters are catered for before the match but not after the match.
Some visiting club supporters are excluded upon advice from the police.