Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson has told ITV News London she wants Premier League clubs "to stop making excuses" and deliver on their promise to deliver better facilities for disabled fans at football grounds.
Chelsea and Watford won't meet this month's deadline, which was agreed by clubs, to offer the required number of disabled spaces.
Paralympian Baroness Grey-Thompson is calling for clubs to be sanctioned, if this continues.
Disabled Chelsea supporter Lisa Hayden says she feels let down.
Lisa always gets a seat at home matches because she's been a season ticket holder for a decade, but she claims she and other disabled fans would be better off watching the match on the television, as their view is often obscured by people standing in front of the disabled area.
Tottenham, West Ham and Arsenal claim they are compliant and Crystal Palace believe they've brought their stadium up to standard since we reported in January that they weren't offering enough spaces.
Watford, however, are expected to have at least 150 wheelchair spaces but only offer 100.
They have told us they plan to offer more spaces in the future but they haven't given a deadline for that, adding:
In December, the club built a 'Century Room', which offers six families affected by autism a safe environment to watch the match.
A Chelsea spokesman told ITV:
The Premier League say it is too early to decide if clubs will be punished because they are still reviewing disabled facilities offered by clubs.
Whilst that continues, fans like Lisa feel they're being let down by the clubs they're so passionate about.