Liverpool Football Club has announced a number of improvements that will enhance the overall service and match day experience for its loyal disabled fanbase and visiting supporters who are wheelchair users.

The improvements, which have been developed in partnership with the official Liverpool FC Supporters' Committee and the Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association, include; 11 additional wheelchair bays in the Kop and a new disabled toilet facility for the 2014-15 season. Furthermore, this season a dedicated steward has been introduced in the Anfield Road end of the stadium for away fans who are wheelchair users.

The club has also made a commitment to continue to offer discounted ticket prices to all of its disabled fans following consultation with the Liverpool FC Supporters' Committee.

Vice-chair of the Liverpool FC Supporters' Committee and disabled supporters' representative, Jeanette Dodd, said: "The Supporters' Committee is an important platform for all equality strands of the fanbase. It gives the supporters a voice and a direct link into the club to discuss what is important to them.

"I am very pleased with the progress that the Supporters' Committee is making with the club for disabled fans and satisfied that important improvements are being actioned."

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