This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid
Dedicated disabled parking, easy access and helpful staff.
Transport & Parking
Disabled parking was available directly across the road from the stadium and there looked as though there were also a couple of disabled parking bays actually within the complex.
If you are a wheel chair user there is easy access to the stadium itself, there are ramps within the stadium, disabled toilets and access to refreshment kiosks. Viewing facilities were great & under cover. For those with walking difficulties like myself, depending where you are in the stadium it can be quite a walk. There were some folding wheelchairs and buggies available at the event I attended & storage for mobility scooters. However it would be worth telephoning the venue and checking in advance if attending a football match or other event.
Clean and easily accessed. There was a wheelchair ramp or 3 steps from the area I was seated in (GE03) to the toilets.
I was attending the commonwealth games so I would think some of the stewards were ClydeSiders. There was a general feel good atmosphere so whether the stewards are as great normally I can't really say, but everyone was incredibly helpful and pleasant. I was also able to change seats to give me more leg-room.
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Please bear in mind that I was not attending a football match so the arrangements were made for me by the great people at @Glasgow2014. It would be worth calling the venue direct or check out their website, but it is accessible and I will definitely look out for other events held at this venue. All the staff were very pleasant and helpful.