Cardiff City Disabled Supporters Association (CCDSA)
Cardiff city have a dedicated fans group that formed a committee a few years back in order to ensure the disabled fans that follow the club get a voice.
Tim Hill is the Chair of the group which is known as Cardiff City Disabled supporters Association (CCDSA) Maggie Verrinder is the secretary and her son James, the treasurer. The group also has as a small committee that facilitates meetings, social evenings and feedback from the members to the Disabled Liaison officer Phil Halligey, who can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org .
We welcome all new members and if you wish to attend any functions you will be made most welcome. Annual membership fees are just £3 and available by contacting the committee. We will try to put the forms online here in the near future.
During the construction of the new stadium CCDSA were actively involved and put many suggestions into the design, Tim Hill was particularly active in this area; the benefits for disabled supporters of this input can now be seen throughout the stadium.
Recently the stadium has undergone some changes in increase capacity and some disabled spaces were lost in certain areas but replaced in new areas and we have not lost any. We have also been given the use of a rest room by the club, this is based between the Grandstand and Canton stand. This will be of great benefit to fans in that area of the stadium.
Keep following this website for regular news letters that we will produce in order to keep our members up to date with goings on at the football club.