Club kicks off week of action for Level Playing Field
27 April 2015|Tottenham Hotspur
Today the Club is kicking off a Week of Action in support of Level Playing Field (LPF), an initiative that promotes the message of access and inclusion for all disabled supporters across the country.
With equality and inclusion at the forefront of everything we do, we have dedicated this Sunday’s fixture against Manchester City to supporting LPF.
During our Week of Action in the lead up to the game we’ll take a look at a number of disability projects run by Tottenham Hotspur Foundation that create life-changing opportunities for the Club’s disabled supporters and those with disabilities living in the local community – from the Disability Schools programme and Elite Disability Football to the newly launched Disability Centre of Excellence at Barnet & Southgate College.
We’ll also be providing an update on how the Club is working with the Tottenham Hotspur Disabled Supporters Association to ensure that our matches, facilities and projects are fully-accessible to all.
LPF is a campaigning and advisory organisation working on behalf of all disabled supporters to share good practice, raise awareness and promote improved access to sports stadiums for disabled fans and disabled people who aspire to attend live sporting events. LPF uses the unique voice of sport to improve access and inclusion for disabled people across a wider society by working alongside sports bodies and government.
For more information about Level Playing Field please visit www.levelplayingfield.org.uk