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What we're doing

Find out what the Luton Town Disabled Supporters Association are up to in helping disabled fans to get the most out of every matchday

Find out what's been going on with the LTDSA

The LTDSA was set up to act as an official voice of Luton Town disabled supporters. When the group was set up in 2014, we set the following objectives to work towards:

  • To enhance the Matchday experience for all supporters with a disability
  • All those associated with and working for Luton Town Football Club and the LTDSA to embrace the social model of disability, which explains that it is social and physical 'barriers' that cause 'disability' not impairments. These barriers may be attitudinal, intellectual, sensory or physical. We all affirm that it is important to see the person and not the 'disability' and to remove stereotypes and stigmas.
  • To represent disabled supporters of LTFC in their dealings with the club
  • To recommend measures to improve the matchday experience for disabled people at the Kenilworth Road stadium.
  • To encourage travel to away matches by members, providing information and support where available to enable participation.
  • The LTDSA will encourage and champion participation in Disability Football, that is associated with and/or affiliated to LTFC

Our constitution
Our objectives are the starting point for our constitution which also contains details of our minimum standards, membership, committee and record keeping policies.

Click here to read the full constitution.