This week saw another five teams from League 2 celebrate Weeks of Action.
Barrow AFC, Bradford City AFC, Cambridge United FC, Oldham Athletic FC and Salford City FC, all dedicated their games last Saturday to the campaign.
— Salford City FC (@SalfordCityFC) March 6, 2021
Many of the clubs wore Level Playing Field t-shirts to recognise and celebrate access and inclusion for disabled fans, plastering the pictures far and wide on social media to spread the main message of this year’s campaign: highlighting the importance of live sport.
Bradford City AFC hosted an online coffee morning for Bradford’s Disability football teams and were joined by four first-team players. Billy Clarke, Elliot Watt, Lee Novak and captain Richard O’Donnell all took the time out of their busy schedules to join in the conversation.
— Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) March 4, 2021
The players answered questions about their experiences, training and how it was playing without spectators. Richard O’Donnell had visited training before Covid stopped it going ahead and there was even a cheeky question on who he thought was the best goalkeeper.
Newly promoted Harrogate Town also warmed-up in Level Playing Field t-shirts ahead of their Tuesday night game against Colchester United.
Thank you to all clubs involved for the support.
#WeeksOfAction continues to run until Sunday 14 March.
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