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Manchester United and Manchester United Disabled Supporters Associations get behind this year’s #WeeksOfAction.

During their fixture with Southampton on March the 2nd both the Club and Manchester United Disabled Supporters Association (MUDSA) had a range of activities taking place to support this year’s campaign.

Through the clubs #allredallequal campaign the club have demonstrated their support in enhancing the matchday experience for disabled fans and making Old Trafford more inclusive.

Richard Arnold, Manchester United’s group managing director said: “Improving accessible facilities for our disabled supporters and working alongside MUDSA and other key stakeholders is hugely important for the club. Recognising the work of Level Playing Field as part of our own #allredallequal campaign is a key part of any success we will have in ensuring that Old Trafford is a home for all Reds.” To read more on the club’s website click here.


In our 15th year of Weeks Of Action we are pleased to have had the support of the club and MUDSA over the years. This year the DSA gave a donation of £500 towards the campaign which allowed us to increase the reach and get more people involved in this vital message of improving access for all.


Chas Banks, Secretary of MUDSA said: “MUDSA is pleased and proud to be able to support the LPF in their work generally and in this campaign in particular. MUDSA has around 900 members and a 29-year proud history of supporting disabled United fans and their carers. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the club for all their support. We really couldn’t do it without you.”


To read more on what MUDSA did during Weeks Of Action Click Here.


Owain Davies, LPF Chief Executive said: “We are very grateful of the generous support from MUDSA and the Club. By raising the awareness of good access and inclusion for disabled fans will make inroads into breaking down barriers and increasing participation and greater inclusion at matchdays for disabled fans.”


This weekend we will see a lot more activity taking place, please get behind the campaign on social media by tweeting or posting your support. If you would like more information on the campaign, please click here.