Brentford Community Stadium
Lionel Road South
Brentford Disability Access Officer Contact Details not known.
If you have any accessible issues at the ground, you can either text or call 07384 892575.
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The capacity for all football supporters including home and away at the stadium is 17,250.
14 Wheelchair spaces and a space for each Carer
16 Easy Access spaces a space for each Carer – all located in block E117 in front of the raised wheelchair platform
The easy access seats are in Block E117 and not raised, but they are on the end of the aisles in front of the wheelchair platform a couple of steps down in E117 (Row 9). There are also some at the bottom of E117 pitch-side (Rows 3 and 4). These pitchside seats are best accesssed through N120 but you will need to speak to a steward to get access.
11 wheelchair spaces, each with a carers seat alongside are located also in E117 and are on Row 10 on a raised platform. There are 3 further spaces with carers seats pitch side in Block E117 which will need to be accessed through N120 to the right of E117.
On arrival you will find designated accessible turnstiles and a large passenger lift access to all wheelchair spaces. You must enter via the railway bridge from Capital Interchange Way to the East Stand.
There are a small number of disabled spaces available around the stadium. Spaces will be booked for those with the greatest need. Fans coming to a game who have a Blue Badge are asked to contact the Club by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for further details on parking arrangements. Nearest car park is the old Citroen site. There are no spaces available in the stadium.
Brentford FC have a dedicated Sensory Room in the South Stand which has been designated for fans with sensory impairments to assist their matchday experience. Spaces in the Sensory Room will be allocated on a match-by-match basis. Please email the club at email@example.com.
Audio Descriptive Commentary
Headsets and transmitters are available where required and should be booked in advance by emailing the club at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively you can collect the equipment from Gate G at the Away End.
The club welcomes assistance dogs at the stadium. Please inform the club in advance by emailing email@example.com
Changing Places / Accessible Toilets
There are two changing places toilets, one in the South stand and the other in the West Stand. Unfortunately these are under maintenance for the game on the 13th August 2021 and will not be available for this game. There are accessible toilets just next to the entrance to the main bowl by E117 and by entrance N120.
No alcohol will be served in the away sections.
The stadium is fully cashless and All major contactless debit and credit cards will be accepted.
Leaving the Stadium
If you want to use Kew Bridge station after the game, you should note that the main entrance will be “exit only” for at least one hour after a game so all fans should enter the station via the new underpass, directly onto the eastbound platform. Fans wanting to travel westbound can then walk across the pedestrian bridge to the other platform.
Away fans will be discouraged from using Kew Bridge station post-match but any that do choose to use this station will have to walk round from Capital Interchange Way and up Lionel Road South to join the same queuing system.
Gunnersbury station is currently operating as “exit only” for one hour fifteen minutes after the final whistle. The next nearest London Overground station is South Acton and the next nearest District line tube station is Chiswick Park or alternatively Acton Town provides both the District and Piccadilly lines.