What is the Arsenal Disabled Supporters’ Association?
Arsenal Disabled Supporters’ Association (ADSA) was set up at the end of 2006/2007 season to represent, and give the clubs disabled supporters a voice. The aim was to try and deal with any problems or complaints that supporters may have and enhance the match day experience.
Since then ADSA has been instrumental in getting the club to raise the upper and lower tier wheelchair platforms and install RADAR locks on all of the wheelchair toilets.
Anne Hyde (Disabled Supporters’ Forum Representative) was asked to reinstate the Arsenal Disabled Supporters’ Association and to have it officially recognised by the Club and ADSA was relaunched in December 2016 with a committee of eight active members.
ADSA now has over 170 members, a member of the Official Arsenal Supporters Club Scheme and Level Playing Field.
Who can join the ADSA?
- Membership is open to anyone with a disability as well as carers, family and friends.
What to do next
- Click on the link below to download a Membership Form and return the form by email to Anne or alternatively request a membership form by emailing your name and address to email@example.com.
- Once the membership form is received, we will send you a link for you to register for the Official Arsenal Supporters’ Clubs Scheme.
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