Unite For Access Campaign

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Level Playing Field are once again hosting Unite For Access campaign which runs from 24 February to 10 March.

This year’s focus is on invisible disability.

“Level Playing Field campaigns year after year, because it helps to recognise why watching live sports is so important to disabled supporters”

You can watch this year’s campaign in lots of different formats by clicking the link below from Level Playing Field.


Those of you who were at Wembley or watched our Carabao Cup Final may have seen Wembley supported the campaign with a British Sign Language (BSL) performance of God Save The King.

You may also remember last year in October, when history was made as Chelsea FC had a performance of Blue is the Colour on the pitch from Hands 4 Voices and Unifyat halftime.

There were lots of interactions from both men’s and women’s players.

Chelsea Disabled Supporters’ Association and Chelsea Supporters’ Trust are taking this opportunity to highlight and support this important campaign for invisible disabilities.

Hidden disabilities are often overlooked because it’s not visible or not immediately obvious This makes it challenging. It is important to not only uplift and support, but also to raise awareness and provide a little education about how it feels to have a disability that can’t be seen.
Did you know Chelsea FC;

  • Have 309 easy access and amenity seats in the home section and offer 21 for our away supporters?
  • Have a fully equipped sensory room in the east stand lower?
  • Have earpieces for match day commentary?
  • Have BSL?
  • Support the hidden disability sunflower scheme?

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