Celtic Park is a GAA stadium in Derry, Northern Ireland. With a capacity of about 18,000, the ground is the main home of Derry’s hurling and Gaelic football teams.
Celtic Park has 6 free dedicated spaces for people with disabilities.There are steps up into the stadium, but also a ramp for access and an intercom system to call for assistance in entry.
There is a door for people with mobility aids to use, instead of using the turnstiles and all the doors and corridors are wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs.
All levels of the stadium are accessible to people with disabilities, with a lift to take you to each level and automatic doors. There is a loop system available for people who are hard of hearing. Guide dogs are allowed full within Celtic Park grounds.
There are 35 spaces for people in wheelchairs with carers. There are 4 wheelchair accessible toilets at Celtic Park, but they are not Changing Places facilities.
None of the front facing staff has had any disability awareness training or trained in British and/or Irish Sign Language.