Founded at the end of the 2006/07 season; the Arsenal Disabled Supporters Association (ADSA) was created to give all disabled supporters a voice in issues that directly affect them in following and watching Arsenal Football Club. In a bid to combat some of the key issues that relate to the match day experience (both home and away), ADSA aims to fully represent disabled supporters whether they are wheelchair users, ambulant disabled, deaf / hearing impaired and blind / partially sighted.

The ADSA website aims to provide a hub where disabled supporters can obtain information relevant to their specific needs as well as find out about our continuing plans to help disabled fans get a better match day experience and access to all football grounds and stadia.

🎶Ohhhh what a night,
late in May, back in ‘89,
Mickey Thomas scored that goal in injury time,
What a feeling, what a night🎶

Happy Michael Thomas Day!

Big congrats to a great friend @blue_nose_amy in being the @Everton fan of the year. She is a true champion for disabled supporters across Europe, & send our best wishes as she continues to recover from illness. @EdsaEfc
❤️💙

(We won’t mention the score in the last match!)

Everton @Everton

Our 2021/22 Fan of the Year! 💙

@EFC_FansForum 🔵 @EdsaEfc

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