Rovers score equipment thanks to Westfield Health


Westfield Health has teamed up with Doncaster Rovers Football Club to enable visually impaired supporters to get closer to the action at the Keepmoat Stadium.

The leading health insurer, Westfield Health, have donated brand new audio commentary equipment, which means that supporters can take advantage of match commentary which is provided by longstanding regulars Harry Smith and Harvey Wiles.

Any visually impaired supporters wanting to use the equipment should contact the nearest steward on a match day, at the latest half an hour prior to kick off.

Andrew Whitham, head of commercial affairs, said: “Westfield Health have kindly sponsored this equipment which is vital to our visually impaired fans who want to interact with games at the Keepmoat Stadium. The upgrade in quality will provide a better service and an improved experience of attending Rovers home games.”

Graham Moore, chairman of Westfield Health, said: “We are delighted to be helping visually impaired football fans to listen to commentary and get the best out of the match. It is important that everyone feels included in society and we hope that this equipment will go some way to achieving this.”

Dan Greaves, carer to Rob Arrowsmith; Graham Moore, chairman of Westfield Health; Rob Arrowsmith, visually impaired user of equipment; Andrew Whitham, Rovers commercial manager and Harry Smith, Soccer Sight commentator

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