The Sensory Room is a special space at the Coventry Building Society Arena where adults and children with autism and other disabilities who wouldn’t normally be able to attend games can watch the action, whilst being shielded from loud noise and bright lights.
The Sensory Room is split into two areas; there is a viewing room where people can sit and watch the action and, if feeling overwhelmed, there is an adjacent space with calming sensory equipment including fibre optic lights, sensory toys, Coventry City cushions and mini-footballs too.
The room has been made available especially for families of people with disabilities and those with sensory needs who would otherwise not be able to attend games - these supporters will be given priority to attend games using the Sensory Room.
The room is supervised by a Sky Blues in the Community member of staff, who will make sure these fans are looked after during their time with us.
The Sensory Room is fully booked for the remainder of the 2023/24 season.
Any queries can be made to Coventry City’s Supporter Services Officer and Disabled Liaison Officer Jodie Jones by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org