As most of our members are aware Celtic were the first club in Scotland to provide a ‘’Changing Places’’ facility for disabled fans, within the stadium.
The toilet has space for two carers, comes facilitated with a hoist, height-adjustable bed, space for a wheelchair and additional equipment. This is a boon for fans who find it difficult or impossible to use ‘’standard’’ disabled toilets.
It will allow some fans, who previously haven’t been able to attend matches, because of the lack of this facility, a chance to see their heroes in action.
Who knows, maybe even witness the ten in a row celebrations first hand.
The Changing Places toilet is situated within the North Stand Concourse, behind sections 105/106.
105 entry/exit is stepped and 106 entry/exit is via a ramp.
If fans in any part of the stadium require the use of Changing Places, contact a steward who will arrange that they are escorted safely.
You can check it out on You Tube, as well as hearing the views of Peter Joyce and Billy Wales on the subject: