Disabled Supporters Association
May 23, 2017
The newly formed Disabled Supporters Association now have their own page on the Club’s newly launched Web-Site:
We wish to welcome all disabled supporters to Bristol Rovers Football Club.
The match day experience is important to everyone. We appreciate that disabilities are wide-ranging and that not all are visible.
It is our aim to ensure inclusivity and understanding for all.
Bristol Rovers FC Disabled Supporters Association
The official Bristol Rovers FC Disabled Supporters Association (BRFC DSA) is an independent supporters group formed in May 2017. It is run by disabled supporters for disabled supporters.
The role of the BRFC DSA is:
- To represent all disabled supporters of Bristol Rovers FC in their dealings with the club.
- To assist with improving the facilities and policies that affect disabled supporters.
- To bring together disabled supporters along with their family and friends – by encouraging and organising social events and meetings to air views and gather feedback that can be presented to the Football Club.
The BRFC DSA wants to offer help to all disabled fans on match days.
Our representatives will contact visiting clubs (irrespective of whether they have a DSA or not) and offer our assistance to any disabled members of that club concerning their visit to The Memorial Stadium.
All Bristol Rovers supporters are welcome to join the BRFC DSA – after all, disability affects everyone. Family, friends, PAs are all welcome to join along with our disabled supporters.
If you wish to join the BRFC DSA or for any enquiries/information, please email our Secretary Zoe Kirkby via [email protected]
We are on social media – you can find us on Twitter @BristolRoversDS and on Facebook @DSAbristolrovers