Urgent changes must be made for disabled fans at football grounds, a House of Lords committee has heard. It follows a BBC report which revealed that only three Premier League stadiums currently provide the required number of wheelchair spaces.
"If football is to avoid having to face scores of claims for damages under the Equality Act, action is needed now," Lord Faulkner of Worcester insisted.
"It is not acceptable for clubs to neglect the needs of disabled fans."
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