Accessibility Guide To Lincoln City

By Jo and Jeff Newall, Disability Officers MKDSA

Lincoln Accessibility Provisions

Car Parking 4 spaces for away Blue Badge holders. Book by ringing Lincoln Ticket Office on 01522 458884 up to 48 hours prior to the game, cost £5.  If you want one, our advice is to ring asap. More info on parking at:

Accessible Official Travel An accessible minibus will be going to the game as part of the MK Dons Official Away Travel. Spaces on this bookable at the MK Dons Box Office, same price as the away coach travel. The minibus will drop-off and pick up outside the away stand, whereas the coaches drop-off a 5 minute walk from the stadium.

Level Access/Easy Access Seating Lincoln ticket office staff have informed us that the first row of the away stand are reserved for those needing easy access seating but were unable to confirm if this was step free or involved one step.  

Wheelchair Spaces for Away Fans There are 6 wheelchair spaces in the Stacey West away fans stand.  It is a raised pitch side newish area at the commencement of the stand. Having sat there on at least two occasions, we don’t think 6 wheelchairs and companions would fit in the space.  We reckon it is on the windiest corner in the ground so go expecting it to be cold! That said, it is near to the entrance/exit to the stand and very sociable as everyone going in and out of the stand and going to/coming from the loos and catering van has to pass you. Good view of the pitch.  

Accessible Loo One on the right as you enter, steep ramp, small.

Headset Match Commentary Not available.

Further details including reviews by disabled fans available at:

The Disability Liaison Officer at Lincoln is Heidi Langham, contactable at 01522 880011 /07747 118150 (available Mondays and match days).

If we can help with any further queries about accessibility at Lincoln or in general, please contact us at    Otherwise, see you there.

 Jo & Jeff Newall, MKDSA Disability Officers









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