EAST FIFE F.C.
Bayview Stadium was built in 1999 at a time when there was no requirement to provide access or facilities for disabled spectators to the upper floor of the stadium. The lack of such facilities had been a source of embarrassment to the club, especially when visitors had been unable to gain access to the upper level. Committed to providing access for all, including those who required assisted entry, the club decided to install a platform lift and a fully accessible toilet for disabled spectators at first floor level, in the knowledge that this would greatly enhance the matchday experience and general welfare of all spectators using Bayview stadium. Jim Stevenson, Chairman said: “We can’t thank the SFP enough – our stadium is being used more and more now that there is access to the upstairs level of our Main Stand.”