Inaugural CAFE conference to take place at Wembley Stadium
CAFE (the Centre for Access to Football in Europe) has announced that its inaugural conference, ‘Total Football, Total Access’, will be hosted at Wembley Stadium on 24 and 25 September.
Football dignitaries, stadium managers, architects, club representatives, disabled fans and non-disabled fans will descend on London for the free conference to discuss making European football accessible to all.
Joyce Cook, Managing Director of CAFE and Chair of Level Playing Field, said: “We are all delighted that Wembley has made itself available to us and we look forward to welcoming delegates from across Europe. We have an exciting line up of keynote speakers who will present solutions that ensure accessible stadia so that football can finally become truly inclusive for all.”
She continued: “It’s an event not to be missed and will see stakeholders from across the football family come together, including fans, equality NGOs, clubs, UEFA and member associations, the European Commission and architects, to share good practice solutions for new and existing stadia.”
CAFE’s primary aim is to promote and deliver inclusive football stadiums across Europe and to ensure that everyone including those who face physical, sensory, psychological and intellectual barriers can access the game.
If you require more information, or would like to attend the conference, please contact Karolina at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01244 893586.
You can also find out more and download the registration form directly via the CAFE websitehere.