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Swansea City DSA Forum

Big turn out for first Swansea City disabled fans forum

Swansea City Disabled Supporters’ Association (DSA) enjoyed a bumper turnout as it held its first open evening at the Liberty Stadium.

Members of the committee were delighted as 51 people – ranging from teenagers to a 96 year old – went along to the event where the likes of club vice-chairman Leigh Dineen, club chaplain Kevin Johns and Swans hero Lee Trundle were present.

Oona Smith, the chair of the DSA, explained that the association had been established to try to help enhance the matchday experience of Swansea’s disabled supporters, and also to be a social forum for its members.

The full report can be found here 

First reported in The South Wales Evening Post 8th September 2014

Swansea DSA was set up as part of the Level Playing Field “Working Together” project.