Striving for a fair deal for disabled fans of Newcastle United
NUDSA is a charitable organisation established in 1998 by disabled fans of Newcastle United, to represent disabled fans of Newcastle United.
NUDSA is run by a committee that meets regularly, they support the needs and concerns of members. NUDSA has an excellent working relationship with Newcastle United and has a permanent seat on the fans forum.
NUDSA organises and runs many events, including at least 4 social events per year at St. James' Park, stadium tours and away trips. It is only £5 for adults, £2 for under 18s (Zebras) and £20 for organisations for a yearly membership of NUDSA - so why not join NUDSA today?
In association with Crosby Associates, NUDSA has recently produced a special commemorative magazine to celebrate 20 years of NUDSA. The magazine has been sent out to our members and we have around 1,000 copies to distribute. We hope the magazine will both inform and entertain, introducing many people to the work of NUDSA. Containing stories, … Read More
NUDSA the charity was formed in September 1998 so the charity is turning 20 years old this month. To celebrate this milestone we are holding a special event on the 28th September at St. James’ Park. The event is being generously supported by main NUFC corporate sponsor Fun88, this means we are able to greatly … Read More
See below a statement from Tottenham ahead of the game with NUFC on 9th May. If you are travelling to Wembley for the match, please inform email@example.com of any support you might need. —————————————————————————————————– We are looking forward to welcoming your disabled access supporters to Wembley Stadium connected by EE for our game on the … Read More
Today we say a sad goodbye to popular NUDSA member Barry Topping. Barry was a NUDSA member for many years, and had a season ticket at St. James’ Park. He died recently following a battle with illness. Barry was a regular on NUDSA away trips with his mam Sylvia. A loyal supporter of NUFC – … Read More
Click the links below to get accessibility details about the upcoming four away matches. Manchester City: https://www.mancity.com/ticket-information/access-information Chelsea: https://www.chelseafc.com/tickets-membership/disabled-info/disabled-access-guide.html Crystal Palace: https://www.cpfc.co.uk/siteassets/pdfs/disabled-access-statement-sep-17.pdf Bournemouth: https://www.afcb.co.uk/for-fans/disabled-access-guide
See the links below for access information for all the NUFC away games before Christmas. Man Utd 18th Nov – http://www.manutd.com/en/Home/Tickets%20And%20Hospitality/Accessibility/Facilities WBA 28th Nov – https://www.wba.co.uk/siteassets/documents/pdf/wbafc-access-statement-oct-2017.pdf Chelsea 2nd Dec – https://www.chelseafc.com/content/dam/cfc/pdf-word-documents/Ticketing%20and%20Membership/2015-16/Disability%20Access%20Matchday%20Guide%202015-2016.pdf Arsenal 16th Dec – https://www.arsenal.com/tickets/ticket-information/disabled-supporters-information-page West Ham Utd 23rd Dec – http://www.whufc.com/tickets/accessibility-guide Click here to view all Premier League Accessibility Statements