In 2015, the league promised to improve stadium facilities for disabled fans, stating that clubs would comply with official guidance by August 2017.
That followed a BBC investigation in 2014 which found that 17 of the 20 clubs in the top flight at that time had failed to provide enough wheelchair spaces.
At the end of January, the Premier League will publish an interim report detailing each club’s progress towards the August accessibility deadline.
The select committee’s report on “Accessibility of Sports Stadia” quotes Premier League executive director Bill Bush as saying top-flight clubs who fail to comply could be punished.
He said the Premier League board can impose fines of up to £25,000, while cases of serious breaches would be referred to an independent panel – which could impose heavier fines or even deduct points.
But the report added that it was “not convinced” of the Premier League’s willingness to sanction its clubs after “20 years of comparative inactivity”.