Alloa Athletic v Queen's Park
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
I attended this game with a friend who has suffered a massive haemorrhage two years ago and was going to his first match since that. He lives locally and used to attend a few matches each season. I went to the ground in advance and was shown access, toilets and the reserved area. On the day we were able to park within 200 metres of the ground though that might be trickier if a big team was visiting. Pushing a wheelchair to the ground and inside the ground was easy - all mostly level with a lights controlled road crossing. We didn't have to use the disabled toilet, which is about 100 metres from the reserved area. Access was free for both of us. It's a wee ground and a bit primitive but the atmosphere was totally welcoming.
Transport & Parking
We parked on a public street about 200 metres from the ground. It's a small ground and parking's available first come first served.
Access was by the players and officials gate. It was manned with a steward who would give directions. The signage to the disabled are was ok not brilliant, but I'd visited in advance and had been welcomed and shown everything. The area has a good view of the park where a wheelchair user sitting can see all the ground. It's probably raised about a metre above park level and is in line with the edge of the penalty box.
It's a decent well equipped accessible toilet. The only problem is that it's about 100 metres from the viewing area.
All welcoming and ready to help. In particular, Robert the ground manager showed me it all in detail in advance.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
I'd whole-heartedly recommend it. You have to accept it's a third tier Scottish ground, but they have certainly done their best to give a welcome.