Wolverhampton Wolves has become the latest Premier League club to register with Changing Places.
Announcing its permanent mobile unit, the move leaves Sheffield United, Aston Villa, Norwich and Bournemouth as the remaining top-flight clubs which do not have a registered permanent Changing Places toilet available at their stadia.
However, AFC Bournemouth did confirm that a facility which includes a bench, hoist and corner toilet is available.
Wolves’ registration was one of nine additions in August, a relatively quiet months by Changing Places’ standards.
It was put down to all of the new registration in June and July.
Joining in August alongside Wolves, were Moray Sports Centre, One You Ashford, Extra – Cobham Services, Friockheim Community Hub, London Zoo, Silverburn Shopping Centre in Glasgow, Church Square House on Scunthorpe’s high street and the Oracle Shopping Centre in Reading.
The Premier League sign-ups follow a campaign push earlier in the month.