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Total Access – Total Football (Wembley, 24-25 Sep)

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Disabled fans from across Europe will meet next month at Wembley (24th-25th September) to discuss improving access to football stadiums for disabled people. Supporters’ groups will be joined by representatives from the likes of UEFA and EURO 2012. Various football associations, clubs, and leagues will be represented.

The event is organised by the Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) and will provide an opportunity to share good practice, discuss inclusive stadium design, and look at solutions for improving existing facilities and services. One of CAFE’s principle aims is to promote and deliver accessible football stadiums across Europe.

Experts in the field will present solutions and lead workshops that will cover all aspects of this including:

  • Delivering inclusive stadiums.
  • Improving accessibility of existing stadiums.
  • Delivering accessible services in football.
  • Developing a network of disabled supporters.

For further details on registration, accessibility, and travel grants visit CAFE’s website.

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