Celebrating Tottenham Hotspur DSA
01 May 2015|Tottenham Hotspur
As part of our Level Playing Field Week of Action, we highlight the achievements of the Tottenham Hotspur Disabled Supporters Association (DSA).
Founded in 2010, the DSA now has in excess of 30 members and brings with it a number of benefits for the Club’s disabled supporters, including a chance to attend the annual DSA Christmas Party which was hosted last year at White Hart Lane. During the event, guests met special guests Hugo Lloris, Brad Friedel and Gary Mabbutt who dropped in for a Q&A session with DSA members.
Another benefit is being involved in the Supporters Club Awards, where one lucky member is invited to the ceremony which will take place this season at our world-class Training Centre, Hotspur Way.
The Club regularly liaises with the DSA to discuss any problems faced by disabled fans so that actions can be put in place to resolve any issues.
The DSA also has representation on the Access Forum for the Northumberland Development Project to ensure that disabled fans are engaged and involved at the planning stages as we seek to develop a world-class facility accessible to all.
Our DSA is chaired by Laurence Cornwell, a One Hotspur Platinum Member who was born on Paxton Road and has been attending our matches since the FA Cup Final in 1967.
If you have a disability or know someone with a disability, and enjoy attending live sporting events, meeting new people, and sharing a love of football, the DSA wants to hear from you.
Please contact the Tottenham Hotspur Disabled Supporters Association by emailing email@example.com or visit their Facebook page: facebook.com/TottenhamHotspurDSA