Keepmoat Stadium disabled facilities
There are a maximum of 114 wheelchair spaces for home supporters, with seven of these available exclusively for hospitality guests. Wheelchair areas are raised on the West Stand with access via lifts and at pitch level on the East & South Stand.
Carers are free of charge if one is required. Please be aware that the carer cannot attend matches without the disabled person. A carer is issued with a complimentary ticket, as their primary role is to care for the disabled person, not to watch the match. Spot checks will be carried out regularly throughout the season. They will have to pay for any games they wish to attend alone. The complimentary season ticket book should remain in the possession of the paying disabled supporter.
There are a maximum of 18 wheelchair spaces available to visiting supporters in the North Stand (away end) at pitch level. Ambulant supporters can also be accommodated in this stand with a free carer if required. These tickets will be sent to the away club to sell prior to the match.
Travelling by coach
The coach park is approximately 300 yards from the stadium dependent on the number travelling and may drop off at the Stadium entrance.
They must inform Doncaster Rovers in advance so that this can be arranged with the police and car park stewards.
Please contact the club's Liaison Officer, Charles Swallow, on 01302 764664 in order to make such arrangements.
There are 60 disabled car parking spaces on Alick Jeffrey Way (inner ring). All the spaces available to purchase for the full season have been sold. A limited number will be available on a match day.
A maximum of four spaces will be reserved for visiting supporters which have to be pre-booked and paid for in advance of the day of the game with the Box Office on 01302 762576. These spaces will be available on a first come first served basis.
If you require a drop off and pick up point for ease of access, the car park stewards will inform you of the nearest point to your entry.
Matchday facilities & ticketing
Tickets for home fans on a match by match basis are available from the Box Office in person or by phoning 01302 762576. The Box Office is fitted with a hearing loop for those with hearing difficulties and a lowered desk for wheelchair users. For visiting supporters the tickets will be made available from their own ticket office.
There is a match commentary service available for visually impaired home and away supporters. To book this service please contact your nearest Steward on arrival at the match.