Healy Park is the home grounds of Omagh St. Endas and Tyrone GAA. In recent years, the grounds have gone under extensive redevelopment and the needs of disabled fans were kept at the forefront.
There is now disabled car parking on-site, so disabled visitors no longer have to park on the roadside on big match days. There is also disabled access at the turnstiles, which always caused much difficulty. However, there is a step up onto the footpath to access this, which takes away from the access.
Once inside the main grounds, everything is perfect. There are ushers and GAA staff who are always on hand to provide any extra assistant which may be required.
The disabled seating is at the back of the new development stand, which can be accessed at the far end of the stand. There is an elevator just inside the door, which takes you up to the back of the stand. Once there, there is an adequate number of disabled spaces. The seating in front is lowered down, so there is no problems with seeing over the top of people’s heads in front of you and you’ll have a clear vision of the pitch. There is also a large disabled toilet at the back of the stand, which is never abused by abled bodied people using them.