Freezing at Falkirk
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
The stadium is 5 minutes off the M9 motorway and very easy to find. With plenty parking and very good level access into the stadium it is one of the better grounds not in the top division of Scottish football that is worth a visit!!
Transport & Parking
There are accessible parking spaces designated for away supporters that are directly beside the entrance to the stand. The only issue that you may encounter is a delay getting out of the carpark due to the volume of traffic on match days.
The entrance to the stand is level and there is a separate access for wheelchair users so there is less chance of getting caught up in the crowd. The entrance for wheelchairs is not very well sign posted but the stewards and police were very helpful.
Although very basic, as you would expect for a stadium toilet, they have to be one of the largest accessible toilets I have seen. Plenty of space for a large powered wheelchair and anyone that required assistance. Plenty of grab rails.
Could not fault any staff/stewards/police I encountered, although did not have much dealings with them but were helpful and friendly, which made the place have a good "feel" about it.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Wheelchair users must call up in advance, normally the day before at latest, to book/order the wheelchair and carer ticket.