Included in National Inclusion Week, Sky Sports News followed Jack Holloway-Bartle and Brighton & Hove Albion fans George for their experience at the Amex at Falmer.

George is a wheelchair user and he and his brother Jack are autistic.
Seeing Brighton is a part of George’s life and taking part in game has assisted him. “I have trouble walking round the stadium. My wheelchair is indeed useful to me and that means a great deal. The stadium is fantastic and the staff are brilliant. Just being at the games assists me, the air is simply brilliant.”
There are wider corridors and lifts to allow for wheelchair accessibility. So that he could get a wheelchair of his very own brighton charity, Albion at the Community, held a fundraiser for George back.
George added,”They’ve done brilliantly, they have done very great. Donating that seat to me was wonderful.”
George’s dad Matthew Bartle chooses him younger brother Jack into Brighton’s home matches.
“I takes quite a lot of time to get the boys ready for a match since they have extra needs. With my youngest Jack, he needs a calm environment for a time period leading up to leave and receives a whole lot of anxiety.
“Once we get there we have a disabled parking area in the floor. There is also a lift to get us up into the screening place at which George and Jack sitit’s excellent.
“The club gets the balance right. Between having the facilities and making individuals feel included. Theyfeel part of the team and’re not assessed. For me as a parent that’s vital.”
Staff at the stadium are trained to aid supporters who don’t possess visual needs. Millie Crowhurst is the disability liaison officer of Brighton & Hove Albion and wants to make every fan texture included.
“Within the ground we have got a hidden handicap wristband scheme for our fans who want it. They can show some member of security or steward this wristband and they’ll help.
“All staff receive special training for this. We got an inclusion room. We’re the first in the Premier League to have this. It’s for fans who might struggle to take a seat in the primary arena to begin with.”

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