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Weeks of Action: Championship review

We take a look at the Championship clubs that took part in our #WeeksOfAction celebrations over the first weekend.
Blackburn RoversCardiff CityCoventry CityDerby CountyHuddersfield TownPreston North EndReadingWatford

We kicked off the first week of #WeeksOfAction last weekend, with eight clubs from the EFL Championship supporting the campaign.

Cardiff City, Coventry City, and Watford all got behind the campaign across their social media channels.

Derby County produced a fantastic video, featuring Derby number one and Scotland international hero David Marshall, and fellow first-team player Matthew Clarke, as they surprised Derby County Community Trust DS active squad with a video call.


Saturday 27th February

Unfortunately with no fans in the stadium, Blackburn Rovers and Preston North End took to the field for their warm-up ahead of their Saturday afternoon fixtures in their Level Playing Field t-shirts.

Both the club’s and their respective Community Trust’s were vocal on social media, showcasing the work they have done, and are continuing to do throughout the community, with a specific focus on schools.


Tuesday 2nd March

Reading and Huddersfield Town scheduled their midweek fixtures as part of the Weeks of Action celebrations.

The Royals also highlighted their backing for the campaign by warming-up in Level Playing Field t-shirts, before their game against Blackburn Rovers at the Madejski Stadium.

Huddersfield Town utilised their LED pitch parameter boards to spread awareness of the campaign to the club’s iFollow viewers, a first for Level Playing Field.

EFL Championship Weeks of Action fixtures coming up…

Stoke City v Wycombe Wanderers – Saturday 6 March
Millwall v Blackburn Rovers – Saturday 6 March
Brentford v Rotherham – Saturday 6 March
Norwich v Luton Town – Saturday 6 March
Swansea v Middlesbrough – Saturday 6 March
Middlesbrough v Stoke City – Saturday 13th March
Rotherham United v Coventry City – Saturday 13th March
Birmingham City v Bristol City – Saturday 13th March
Luton Town v Swansea City – Saturday 13th March

Thank you to all clubs involved for the support.

#WeeksOfAction continues to run until Sunday 14 March.

To get involved, email