Brentford fans with disabilities are being asked how the ongoing cessation of football has affected them. The outbreak of Covid-19 has stopped football for more than two months with Brentford last in action on 5 March. The disability sporting charity, Level Playing Field, has created a survey for disabled sports fans to find out how the current pandemic has affected them, and how they are likely to be affected moving forward.
Level Playing Field are doing what they can to support disabled sports fans through this time. They continue to work with supporters and DSAs to check-in, to talk sport and to discuss how to the best support during lockdown. Disabled sport-going fans have helped guide Level Playing Field in the work that we have done over the years. They are asking for help to gain a clearer picture of the current situation from a disabled supporter's perspective. They will use this information to provide advice and guidance to government bodies like the Premier League, EFL and the department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport as well as fellow charity partners.
You don’t have to give any personal information and it will only take around five minutes to complete. The survey can be found at COVID19-Survey. If you have any question regarding the survey, you can contact Level Playing Field ‘Fan Liaison Officer’ Liam via email: [email protected]