United promote accessibility initiative

Chas Banks, Secretary of MUDSA, said:

“The club and MUDSA have worked together to deliver this dream scenario for disabled Manchester United fans. With new wheelchair and ambulant facilities created in many different locations, there literally is something for everyone. It’s not just the physical structures either. Stewards receive training in helping to serve disabled people in the best way and that human connection, often dealing with people attending their first game, is a vital part of the wider picture.

“The club and MUDSA have been helped on this journey by the efforts of the LPF, who have given advice and support throughout. As we celebrate their annual campaign, we focus our thoughts on the ongoing nationwide effort to improve facilities for fans with all kinds of disabilities, not just those in wheelchairs.

“MUDSA is proud to be a member of LPF and we remain committed to helping United fans with accessible needs support the club home and away.”

For more information on the ongoing work to improve accessibility for disabled supporters at Old Trafford, please visit www.manutd.com/accessibility.

Find out more about the club’s equality, diversity and inclusion activities by visiting our All Red All Equal page or by using #allredallequal on social media.

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