Premiership Rugby’s aim is to become the ‘most welcoming league’ in the world to fans of all ages, backgrounds, abilities and circumstances.
At the heart of this aim is our commitment to make our game accessible to disabled people and we have dedicated significant resource to ensure disabled fans, staff and players are appropriately catered for across all aspects of the League’s activities, no matter what their impairment. This has included a significant investment in community programmes for disabled people, enabling more people to play the game and reduce levels of social isolation.
In collaboration with the charity for disabled sports fans, Level Playing Field, we have commissioned comprehensive audits of Premiership Rugby stadia, reviewed facilities and provision for disabled fans, and created action plans alongside training to help us take our inclusion work even further.
Premiership Rugby welcomes all to Aviva Premiership fixtures and each Premiership Club offers a range of features, facilities and services to support disabled spectators. Further information can be found using the following links:
Accessible tickets for the Aviva Premiership Final at Twickenham Stadium on the 26th May 2018 can be purchased via the RFU Ticket Office