Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE)
Founded 2009, through Monaco Charity Award of D-XD3347 - Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). UK Registered Charity: 1131339.
Promote and ensure inclusiveness and equality across the UEFA region; provide support, guidance and advice to partners and stakeholders; raise disability awareness more widely throughout Europe; empower disabled people to exercise their rights; promote equal access to all European football stadiums and their clubs; act as accessible stadia advisors and recognize and share good practice wherever it exists (facilities and services); increase disability and access awareness using the special influence of football; establish a European network of local and national disabled football supporters groups as user-led self-advocates at a local level; enable more disabled people to follow and get involved in football at all levels of the game.
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