ALBION's celebrated and famous football home has undergone many changes in its 116 years but never has it been better equipped to meet the Club’s pledge to be welcoming and inclusive.
The summer of 2017 saw a significant upgrade in our accessibility facilities with an increase in wheelchair bays from 145 to 171, a new sensory area, Changing Places toilets and accessible access in the concourses.
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"The new facilities at The Hawthorns are superb," says Kevin Candon, chairman of the Club's Disabled Supporters Association.
"I've received a lot of positive feedback both from members of the Disabled Supporters' Club and the Albion Assembly. We would like to congratulate the club on this progress. Albion should be proud that The Hawthorns is now seen as one of the most accessible stadiums in the country."
With a bustling and welcoming Fanzone, featuring live music, big screen football action, family fun and fully licensed refreshments and a special Carling Late Bar for after-match meet-up in the East Stand concourse, there is even more to enjoy.
No wonder the stadium was recently voted No.1 for match day experience by the iconic football magazine "FourFourTwo."