The campaign kicked off with the launch of a video, which can be seen, by clicking here.
Several Premier League Clubs used it as an opportunity to introduce the role of the Disability Access Officer.
Clubs from across the leagues introduced new improvements, had specific matchdays dedicated or focussed on mental health or had dementia awareness training.
At the time, Level Playing Field Chair, Tony Taylor said: “Weeks of Action is now an established part of the sporting calendar and everyone at LPF was delighted to see more participants than ever before for the 2017 campaign. By joining together and celebrating the ‘Game Changers’ we have sent a powerful message of access and inclusion for all, and we would like to send our sincere thanks to all those who have got involved in this campaign.”
With 2019 set to be the biggest Weeks of Action yet, why not get involved? Let us know what you are doing and if Tweeting, please remember to use the #WeeksofAction and copy us in at @lpftweets.
We look forward to hearing of all your great initiatives.
Weeks of Action 2019 takes places 2nd – 17th March.