Cardiff and Swansea top of the league for providing disabled spaces
The BBC reported that Oona Smith, chair of the Swansea City Football Club Disabled Supporters' Association, said: "At Swansea City we are very, very proud to see the results of the survey.
"Having a new stadium has helped but the club has moved to catch up with the success on the pitch.
"We have got a disability officer who looks after the disability issues for the club and we've also created the disabled supporters' association about 10 months ago."
She said Swansea had 252 wheelchair spaces plus a further 252 seats for helpers.