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Liverpool to meet Premier League pledge

Level Playing Field is delighted to learn that Liverpool FC has confirmed that it will meet the Premier League pledge for accessible wheelchair user spaces.

LPF Chair, Tony Taylor, responding to the news from Anfield, said: “the announcement by Liverpool is significant as this is a club with an older stadium, where significant development work is going to be required to meet the pledge, but Liverpool have demonstrated their intent to make acceptable provisions for their disabled supporters”. 

“Level Playing Field would like to take this opportunity of congratulating Liverpool FC on making this commitment. It means that more wheelchair users will be able to attend matches, where they have been previously denied this opportunity.  This has to be good news.” 

Premier League Accessibility Pledge – The Premier League pledged in August 2015 that all of its member clubs would fully comply with Accessible Stadia minimum standards by August 2016.


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