Promoting access and inclusion for all
Luton Town Football Club is pleased to support the 2016 Level Playing Field (LPF) Weeks of Action. This annual initiative, now in its 11th year, aims to celebrate access and inclusion for disabled sports fans across England and Wales.
Disabled people constitute the largest minority group at around 15% of the population and this number is increasing year on year. Naturally, a large number of disabled people are football fans too and we are pleased to take this opportunity to thank our own disabled fans for their continued loyalty and dedication to this great club.
But we also appreciate that many disabled people have yet to share the passion and pleasures of being a football supporter. We’re pleased to provide dedicated sections within Kenilworth Road for disabled supporters and welcomes disabled fans along with their families and friends.
As such we’re pleased to support the Level Playing Field Weeks of Action once again this year by sharing some of the work we are doing with the Luton Town disabled supporters association to help those with disabilities to make the most of their matchday experience as well as looking at some of the other work we are undertaking within the community.
We are joining together with sports clubs, fans and organisations across England and Wales who are all #united4access and have chosen to share one common message - access and inclusion for all.
For more information about Level Playing Field (LPF) and this year’s Weeks of Action, please visit www.levelplayingfield.org.uk email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0208 621 2403. Alternatively you may wish to send a message of support to @lpftweets using the hashtag #united4access