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Niasse Will Keep Fighting For Striker Spot

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Niasse Will Keep Fighting For Striker Spot

EDSA is a supporters group formed in 1994. The group work alongside Everton Football Club to improve the facilities for disabled supporters at Goodison Park ensuring they have a positive matchday experience by providing constant feedback to the Club.

EDSA represents all disabled supporters, irrespective of their disability and lends it’s support to all disabled supporters visiting Goodison Park.

To enquire about joining EDSA supporters’ group please contact ESDA chairman Steve Heneghan at 22 Sandon Street, Waterloo, Liverpool, L22 5NW or call 0151 286 9666 or email edsa@blueyonder.co.uk.


To read Everton's Disability Access Statement, click here.
To read the Disabled Supporters Ticketing Policy, click here.

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