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Level Playing Field Awards

At Level Playing Field we think it is so important that people are recognised for the great work that they do, often working behind the scenes and without seeking the limelight.

We aim to celebrate the amazing work of these individuals. More information on the next awards and the nomination process will be posted here soon.

The current Award details are as follows:

The Joseph Wratten Award

In memory of Joseph Wratten, a passionate West Ham supporter and good friend to Level Playing Field. Do you know of a disabled supporter who is a an advocate for social inclusion and equality as a sports fan? Please tell us how she or he has pushed the boundaries or highlighted the possibilities for disabled fans as a passionate and dedicated fan who follows his or her own club and/or chosen sport. Describe how this individual demonstrates that passion and commitment to his/her own team and/or sport.

Club/Organisation Employee of the Year Award

Next, we are looking to identify an employee of a club or organisation who has been pro-active in identifying and solving issues for disabled supporters. The Level Playing Field Club/Organisation Employee of the Year Award is dedicated to those who have made a difference in improving access, increased opportunities for disabled supporters – you know the score. Someone who has been positive and helpful.

Club Volunteer of the Year

Do you know a club volunteer who has encouraged the participation and inclusion of disabled supporters? Please tell us how they have opened up significant areas to disabled supporters, or worked to break down barriers and stereotypes at their club or in their sport.