Blues support disabled supporters campaign
Ipswich Town is proudly supporting Level Playing Field’s Weeks of Action again this year.
Now in its 17th season, the annual campaign takes place between 27 February and 14 March. The campaign aims to inspire change and make a difference to the enjoyment and experience of disabled fans.
Town’s home game against Lincoln City on Tuesday, 9 March will be the Club’s designated Level Playing Field match, with other activities taking place during the fortnight.
A group of disabled supporters will be taking part in a Q&A session with Blues legends, Terry Butcher and Russell Osman later this week.
On Wednesday, 10 February, there will be a disabled training session on the field-turf at Portman Road, which will be ran by the Club’s disability liaison officer, Lee Smith.
Disabled football is permitted to continue during the current Covid-19 restrictions.
We’re all looking forward to welcoming fans back to Portman Road. The Club will continue to offer the audio subscription service, Soccer Sight, which provides a descriptive commentary service for visually impaired supporters.
To learn more about Level Playing Field’s Week of Action, please CLICK HERE.