Accessibility at Walsall

Walsall’s Poundland Stadium at Bescot is the one you see from the M6.

Train Access
Bescot Stadium Railway Station is across the road from the away end but can only be used by those who can cope with flights of steps. If you require step free access you have to arrange with West Midlands Trains for them to provide you with a taxi between Bescot and Walsall stations. Train union ASLEF has announced action on the day of this game.

Stadium Parking
Parking available near to the turnstiles which is where the official away travel coaches park. If you are approaching with the Stadium on your left, the away fans car park is the second entrance you come to. Parking for all cars including those with Blue Badges is £7. Parking for evening games opens at 5 pm and is available on a first come, first served basis. Disabled fans are advised to ask stewards’ advice for the best place to park.

Seating Provisions
Away fans are sat behind the goal, entering from pitch level which provides easy access to lower level seating for those who require it. Wheelchair spaces for away fans are in the adjacent home stand, which you enter from half way along the right hand side of the stadium from the away entrance.

Audio Described Match Commentary
Not available.

Sadlers Social Club
This accessible bar that was always very welcoming to away fans is now permanently closed.

Walsall’s Disability Liaison Officer
Sam Page Tel 01922 651416

If we can be of any further help in respect of visiting Walsall (where we have been a number of times) or accessibility issues in general, please do contact us at

Happy travels. See you there.

Jo & Jeff
Disability Officers, sMKDSA

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