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Weeks of Action: League 1 review

We take a look at the League 2 clubs that took part in our #WeeksOfAction celebrations over our biggest weekend of the campaign.
Accrington StanleyBlackpoolDoncaster RoversHull CityIpswich TownPlymouth ArgyleRochdaleSunderland

The Weeks of Action campaign continued into its second week with huge support from League One. Several clubs participated over the middle weekend of the campaign, with some others showing their support on the following days.

Saturday 6th March

Hull City had a home match against Bristol Rovers and showed their support with some creative photography. The Tigers proudly displaying a Weeks of Action flag in their KCOM stadium.

Weeks of Action flag displayed at the KCOM stadium. [Image: Hull City FC]
Blackpool FC’s players emerged from the tunnel wearing Weeks of Action t-shirts in a short video posted by the club on Twitter. The tangerine’s showed their support for the campaign with pictures of the players warming up for their home game against AFC Wimbledon.

Blackpool players warmed-up in Level Playing Field t-shirts. [Image: Blackpool FC]
Doncaster Rovers teamed up with local school ‘DeafDoncaster’, inviting students to join the club on iFollow for their dedicated game.

Sunderland also celebrated disability access and inclusion as their players wore t-shirts during their warm-up. Luke O’Nien demonstrating his balance and ball control in the process.

Sunderland’s Luke O’Nien supporting the Level Playing Field campaign before the club’s fixture vs Rochdale [Image: Sunderland AFC]

Monday 8th March

Accrington Stanley Community Trust got involved by helping their disabled supporters learn about Level Playing Field and understand what we do, what our aims are to improve accessibility and inclusion, and how we can assist disabled fans. The posted their support on Facebook and published this article on their website.

Plymouth Argyle got in early on Monday, a day ahead of their Tuesday clash with Wigan Athletic, to announce that they would be donating the virtual match sponsorship to the Plymouth Argyle Disabled Supporters Association (PADSA), as a gesture of support for the campaign.

Tuesday 9th March

Rochdale kicked things off on Tuesday by signposting people to the news article they published to support the campaign, before posting this picture showing our flag where supporters would normally be.

Disabled supporters of Ipswich Town were delighted when club legends Terry Butcher and Russell Osman took part in a Zoom Q&A session on Tuesday night as part of the Weeks of Action. The Tractor Boys published a news story about the event and posted this excellent photo on social media.

Thank you to all clubs involved for the support.

#WeeksOfAction continues to run until Sunday 14 March.

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