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Working Together: Clubs and disabled fans

The Level Playing Field, Working Together project has continued to go from strength to strength. 

Over a two year project extension, we have supported the establishment or re-establishment of Disabled Supporter Associations (DSAs) at Crystal Palace, Watford, Arsenal, Bristol Rovers, Aston Villa and FC United of Manchester. We have now established new Regional Forums for the South Coast, Wales, London, and the North West.

The aim of the Level Playing Field (LPF) Working Together project was to improve the relationship, awareness and cooperation between disabled fans, clubs and non-disabled fans over an initial three year period, followed by a two year extension. This has been done by supporting clubs and disabled fans to help them form pan-disability user-led Disabled Supporters Associations (DSAs). As well as establishing relationships with existing DSAs, clubs and disabled fans the project has helped to raise awareness of disability by educating people about access and inclusion issues in football.

Working Together is led by LPF Projects Coordinator, Kieran Reynolds.

The two year project extension ended in October 2017 but Working Together will now continue as a LPF core service. We are aiming to establish more regional forums to cover all of England and Wales and we will also be continuing to offer support to new and existing DSAs.

If you would like to learn more about the project or would like to get involved please email us at or call 020 8621 2403.