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Weeks of Action: Special guests take part in Q & A session at Swans DSA social event

Swans Disabled Supporters Association (DSA) held a social event at the Liberty Stadium to celebrate the 2017 Weeks of Action with over 100 members young and old joining in the fun.

The evening included a Q & A panel session with DSA Ambassador and club legend Lee Trundle, long serving player and fans favourite Angel Rangel and new signing and England U21 International Tom Carroll.

The 3 answered questions from the DSA members including their favourite football memories, games and managers before helping out with a raffle that raised over £200 and stayed to chat with members and pose for photos.

Swansea City helped with the organisation of the event including supplying food and drink for the evening and the DSA expressed their gratitude to the club’s ticket office staff for their continued help, support and involvement.

Other attendees on the night were Supporter Director, Stuart Maconald, Trust Member, Will Morris who took photos for us during the evening, Denise Ruffell from the ticket office and Andrew Williams the club’s new Disability Liaison Officer.

Swans DSA were established as part of Level Playing Field’s Working Together project.


Weeks of Action: Level Playing Field Working Together Project – A ‘Game Changer’ for disabled fans