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Harry Winks and Moussa Sissoko support Level Playing Field

Tottenham's first-team duo appeared in a virtual Q&A to support our Weeks of Action campaign.
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SpursAbility, the Club’s official Disabled Supporters’ Association, were joined by Tottenham Hotspur first-team players Harry Winks and Moussa Sissoko for a virtual Q&A session, as part of our Weeks of Action campaign.

Members Dee and Owen had the chance to meet the players over a video call and talk about the facilities available at our stadium which help make matchdays easier and more enjoyable for disabled fans.

‘Winksy’ and Moussa then got the opportunity to learn some phrases in sign-language, including their names and the universal sign for football.

Chair of SpursAbility, and Level Playing Field trustee Jo McNicol: “It was lovely to be joined by Harry and Moussa to highlight the wonderful facilities available at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The facilities are vital to enable fans with disabilities and impairments to enjoy live matches like any other fan and it was great to share our positive work with our players.”

Speaking after the call, Harry said: “Level Playing Field is a fantastic charity, and it was great to find out about their Weeks of Action campaign. Dee and Owen provided a real insight into what match-days are like for disabled fans and it was fun to learn some sign language with them – they are excellent teachers!”

Moussa Sissoko on the Zoom call with Dee and Owen [Image: Tottenham Hotspur]
The Club’s Disability Access Scheme provides supporters with a disability access to services and facilities that enhance their matchday experience.

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, in addition to dedicated access areas, has accessible seating and wheelchair spaces in all stands. It also includes three Changing Places facilities for fans with more complex requirements, which have more space and equipment than standard accessible toilets.

The Club’s sensory suite, located in the North Stand, offers a comfortable and calming environment for supporters on the autistic spectrum or with sensory impairments to watch matches.

Other services available include audio descriptive commentary, a radio-based assistive hearing system, accessible stadium parking, and areas for assistance animals. Away fans also receive access to these provisions.

Click HERE to find out more about accessibility at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.