Club show ongoing support for Level Playing Field

Leicester City fixture dedicated to campaign.

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Leeds United will once again be showing their support for the Level Playing Field ‘Unite For Access’ campaign as we take on Leicester City at Elland Road on Friday evening.

The disability charity Level Playing Field will be celebrating across the next few weeks, with the annual campaign running until Sunday 10th March, and the main aim will be to showcase the good work being done by clubs to improve accessibility and inclusion across sport.

Leeds United will continue to show their support for the charity as it does every season, with special guests in attendance at the game, and branding on the cover of the matchday programme and on the big screen and LED screens.

The club will be on hand to help our disabled supporters learn more about Level Playing Field, helping to give an understanding of what they do, their aims for improving accessibility and inclusion, and how they can assist disabled fans in the future.

Who is ‘Level Playing Field’?

Level Playing Field is a sports charity that acts as a campaigning and advisory organisation for disabled sports fans.

Membership programme

As a user-led organisation, Level Playing Field members are at the heart of what the charity does. Their shared passion for sport and equality drives them to influence long-term change and improve the spectator experience for all disabled fans.

The Level Playing Field ‘fan’ membership is free to join, and includes the following benefits:

To become a Level Playing Field member, please click here or you can contact [email protected].

Active Level Playing Field initiatives

Level Playing Field runs a range of active initiatives and services for disabled sports fans., which include:

If you would like to keep updated with Level Playing Field’s work, follow them on social media or click here.

Level Playing Field’s work

Level Playing Field works behind the scenes with clubs to help improve accessibility at sports venues to ensure disabled supporters can experience the best possible match day.

Common areas of improvement are sensory rooms, accessible toilets, audio commentary, and accessible club shops and food concession stands that include drop-down counters.

Areas of improvement can be highlighted by clubs through Level Playing Field services such as:

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