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1 March 2024

Club News


1 March 2024

Huddersfield Town supports the Unite for Access campaign

- Huddersfield Town promote Unite for Access Campaign
- Supporting Level Playing Field 
- Our dedicated game vs Leeds United

We are proud to be supporting the Level Playing Field’s Unite for Access campaign, which will run from Saturday 24 February – Sunday 10 March.

Our Sky Bet Championship game against Leeds United is our dedicated Level Playing Field game and this year’s theme emphasises celebrating our disabled fans and hidden disabilities.

Take a look at the video on the big screen during half-time this afternoon, which will highlight that not every disability is visible. There will also be pictures celebrating some of our dedicated disabled supporters.

Level Playing Field is a sports charity that acts as a campaigning and advisory organisation for disabled sports fans.

As a user-led organisation, Level Playing Field members are at the heart of what the charity does. Their shared passion for sport and equality drives them to influence long-term change and improve the spectator experience for all disabled fans.

The Level Playing Field ‘fan’ membership is free to join, and includes the following benefits:

- Weekly ‘match day’ newsletter
- Quarterly ‘fan’-specific exclusive newsletter
- Invites to take part in events including forums and focus groups
- Official Membership Certificate
- It’s free to become a member

To become a Level Playing Field member contact

The Hidden Disability scheme, that Michelle McQueen, our Disabled Liaison Officer, helped launch back in 2019, will help those with disabilities to easily identify themselves to Club and Stadium staff should they need assistance, without being required to explain their disability. This will enable the fan to be supported in the appropriate way.

The Club hopes this will make it easier for fans with disabilities to come and enjoy the game, Michelle Mcqueen elaborated:

“Our goal is to make sure match days are accessible and inclusive to all Terriers and enhance their experience at the John Smith’s Stadium.

“We want everyone to feel welcome, and to start this process we already have facilities such as the very popular Inclusion Room and the Hidden Disability scheme.”

If you have any questions or would like to chat with Michelle on any of the above, please email

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