Pedro Obiang with a member of the DSB

West Ham United are proud that their London Stadium home is one of the most-accessible sporting venues in the United Kingdom.

With 252 wheelchair accessible viewing spaces, 49 accessible toilets – all with radar locks, one in four food and drink kiosks fitted with lowered counters and a dedicated accessible bus service, London Stadium is open to all.

The Club also host a forum for our supporters with accessibility needs - the Disabled Supporters' Board - which works directly with the Board of Directors and senior managers at the Club with the aim of working together to achieve the best experience for them and their fellow supporters.

Recently, they were given the opportunity to meet Pablo Zabaleta, Mark Noble and Pedro Obiang, to share their experiences of watching the team in action.

Key Stats

  • Official Disabled Supporters' Board - contribute towards the continuous improvements of accessibility at West Ham United
  • One of the best stadia in the country for accessibility
    • 18 shuttle buses in service on matchdays - FREE for our accessibility supporters
    • 16 Disabled Support Assistants (DSAs) on matchday all skilled in up-to-date disability awareness training
    • 252 wheelchair accessible spaces - one of the highest ratios in the Premier League
  • £100,000 delivered into the Premier League BT Disability Programme
  • Engaging more than 500 young people with a disability to become more active and develop new skills and confidence
  • Blesma - partner charity - table limbless veterans to lead independent and fulfilling lives, supporting in fundraising initiatives and positive experiences for those involved in the organisations