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CAFE named official charity of 2013 UEFA Super Cup

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Our friends at the Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) work with fans, clubs and governing bodies towards one clear aim – a more accessible and inclusive matchday for disabled supporters across Europe. CAFE have been named as the official charity of the 2013 UEFA Super Cup charity auction.

Below they explain how you can raise funds for CAFE…

CAFEUEFA has this week launched a charity ticket sale auction for the match between the UEFA Champions League winners, FC Bayern München, and the UEFA Europa League winners, Chelsea FC, at the Eden Stadium in Prague on Friday 30th August at 20.45CET.

UEFA will donate all raised funds to CAFE, working towards achieving a more accessible and inclusive matchday experience for disabled supporters across Europe.

David Bernstein, CAFE Chairman, says: “We are delighted to have been nominated by UEFA as the recipients of the UEFA Super Cup 2013 charity ticket auction. On behalf of everyone at CAFE, I wish to warmly thank UEFA for its unwavering commitment to our critical works.

“The charitable funds raised will be used to further progress our projects towards creating an inclusive matchday experience for all European disabled fans.”

  • For more information about CAFE and its works, please visit www.cafefootball.eu.
  • To access the 2013 UEFA Super Cup charity ticket auction click here.
  • Further information regarding the 2013 UEFA Super Cup charity ticket auction here.

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