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Supporters with a disability

Concessions Officer: Jeff Mann: e-mail jeff.mann@nottinghamforest.co.uk or call 0115 982 4341
Ticket Office enquiries and booking line: e-mail tickets@nottinghamforest.co.uk or call 0115 982 4388

Home Tickets

Nottingham Forest does not offer a concession ticket price based solely on a supporter having a disability. If you consider that because of a disability you are unable to attend matches at The City Ground alone, you may request a concession ticket for a Personal Assistant, providing you are entitled to the higher level of either disability living allowance, (DLA) or attendance allowance, (A/A), or the enhanced rate of personal independence payment, (PIP). 
 
Tickets for supporters with a disability are not available online, but may be purchased by telephone at 0115 982 4388 or in-person at the Ticket Office.  

If you are not already registered disabled with Nottingham Forest FC, you may apply here for an application form

Away Tickets

Other clubs in the Sky Bet Championship may have a different availability and pricing policy to that of Nottingham Forest FC, in respect of supporters with a disability. 

In order for the club to be able to recognize when it is appropriate to allow a concession associated with a disability, it is necessary for the disability to be pre-registered with Nottingham Forest FC.

Arriving at The City Ground

Nottingham Forest has limited matchday parking available, some of which is reserved for current season ticket holders. In exceptional circumstances and depending on availability, the Club will consider providing a limited number of parking spaces available at the stadium on a match by match basis. 

Although there are no supervised drop-off points for spectators arriving at the ground, the entrances to the car parks which afford you access to the stadium are off Pavilion Road for the Peter Taylor Stand and off Lady Bay Bridge near Scarrington Road for the Bridgford and Brian Clough Stands. These areas will be busy with vehicular and pedestrian traffic on matchdays. 

Facilities
 
- Ten mobile receivers providing Audio Description Commentary
- Wheelchair bays located in the Lower Tiers of the Trent End, and Brian Clough Stands, and the Lower and Upper Tiers of the Bridgford Stand
- Designated seats in Block Q in the Lower Tier of the Brian Clough Stand, and Block T10 of the Lower Trent End Stand for supporters using walking aids such as crutches