Cardiff City FC has been awarded the Level Playing Field Centre of Excellence Award for their outstanding work in promoting accessibility and inclusion for disabled supporters.
The award, which is given by the Level Playing Field organization, recognizes the efforts of football clubs to create accessible and inclusive environments for disabled fans.
Cardiff City FC was praised for their commitment to improving accessibility at their stadium, Cardiff City Stadium, and for their work in engaging with disabled supporters to understand their needs.
The club has made a number of improvements to the stadium in recent years, including the installation of wheelchair bays, accessible toilets, and an audio description commentary system.
Cardiff City FC Chief Executive Officer, Ken Choo, said: “We are delighted to receive this award and are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all of our supporters. We will continue to work closely with Level Playing Field and other organizations to ensure that we are doing everything we can to promote accessibility and inclusion.”
Level Playing Field Chair, Tony Taylor, said: “Cardiff City FC is a shining example of a club that is committed to providing an accessible and inclusive matchday experience for disabled supporters. We are delighted to recognize their efforts with the Centre of Excellence Award.”