Getting There & Parking
Parking: Accessible spaces are available in the North and West Car Parks on a seasonal basis.
Spectator Viewing areas
There are currently 138 spaces for home supporters and 15 spaces for away supporters. Spaces are located around the stadium. Access is via lift to elevated positions offering excellent viewing sightlines throughout.
Learning disabled supporters can normally be accommodated in any part of the stadium in general seating areas. However, if for whatever reason any such supporter feels that ordinary seating would be unsuitable for them, they will be entitled to sit in the disabled concessionary areas and receive the appropriate concession
There are 14 accessible toilets in the main lower concourses all equipped with emergency alarms and 20 accessible toilets for ambulant supporters in the upper tiers. 14 non-dedicated catering outlets serve lower concourse areas with Steward Assistance available on request at the point of entry Radio Rovers ceased broadcasting from the start of the season and Blackburn Rovers are exploring alternatives for commentary for their blind fans. We would suggest contacting the club before your visit to see what their current provision is. Abridged Braille and audio Match day programmes are available. Hearing loops are positioned in ticket offices, retail outlets, and reception. Portable hearing systems available for function rooms. Rest points are located outside the stadium and inside the concourse areas.
Assistance Dogs are welcome at Ewood Park, but fans are asked to contact the Club in advance to ensure appropriate seating is available.