Tottenham Hotspur have made sure their new stadium is inclusive to all supporters with disabilities.
Accessibility was a key factor in the construction of Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium, with the club working with their Disabled Supporters Association throughout the process to ensure that inclusive provision was considered at every stage.
Jo McNicol, SpursAbility Chairperson, said: "The stadium's access facilities are amazing because they enable me and other disabled supporters to enjoy the full matchday experience, just as any other fan would.
"The club has maintained a consistent dialogue with SpursAbility right from when these facilities were first being designed, which shows how much it cares about meeting the needs of all fans."
The creation of the Sensory Suite, a space specifically designed for fans with sensory requirements, has proved to be very popular at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Changing Places facilities can also be accessed in different areas of the ground, as well as through the Tottenham Experience.
The club has also created more than 250 wheelchair accessible bays and has more than 500 accessible seats which are located on all levels at the stadium, to give supporters a greater variety of viewing options for matches.