Leicester City had 2 stands outside their accessible entrances, printed leaflets, raffled off a signed shirt for their partnered charity and promoted their DSA scarves, badges and blankets. You can see some images on their twitter feed here.
Stoke City celebrated #OurMatchday at their match v Everton on 17th March 2018. They offered 10 complimentary tickets for disabled supporters and their companions. Read more here.
West Bromwich Albion Foundation are planning to lead on the Weeks of Action. It will form a part of their foundation day ‘Albion Cares’ during their home fixture against Swansea on the 7th of April.
Aston Villa was one of those whose plans were postponed due to snow and will be celebrating Weeks of Action #OurMatchday on 14th April.
Birmingham City shared a video of a ‘matchday in the life of’ one of their disabled supporters Lewis, had players warming up in LPF t-shirts and a specially arranged stadium tour for its disabled fans who had a bonus surprise in the form of a visit by Carl Jenkinson. See the full story which includes two short videos here.
Derby County hosted this year’s Midlands Forum on 13th February 2018. You can read our story about the forum here.
Nottingham Forest v Norwich City on 6th March was dedicated to Weeks of Action 2018.
Wolverhampton Wanderers DSA planned to interview a disabled fan on the pitch.
Walsall FC and Walsall Disabled Supporters Association (DSA) celebrated Weeks of Action 2018 #OurMatchday on 6th March 2018 at their home match against Rochdale. The match was used to promote the newly established Disabled Supporters Association. You can read the full story here.
Coventry City v Lincoln City was dedicated to #OurMatchday with Lincoln City running a bus for their disabled fans to the rearranged game on 3rd March.
Notts County celebrated LPF’s Weeks of Action 2018 #OurMatchday by releasing a video about their Disabled Welfare Steward and the efforts the club makes to improve the matchday experience for their disabled supporters. See the full story and watch the video here.
Port Vale made use of an LPF banner and t-shirts.