Southampton Football Club is supporting Level Playing Field’s ‘Unite For Access’ campaign with a bespoke edition of SAINTS, the popular matchday programme, for Saturday’s Premier League meeting with Leicester City.
Level Playing Field is the leading charity advocating for disabled sports fans in England and Wales. Unite For Access is the charity’s latest initiative to shine a light on accessibility in sports.visit saints' online programme store
That’s why this weekend’s programme features a larger, reader-friendly font, and the avoidance of colour clashes such as red text on a black background, or vice-versa.
The matchday publication includes a feature interview with exciting deadline-day signing Kamaldeen Sulemana and the thoughts of new manager Rubén Sellés, along with seven pages of content dedicated to Saints’ work in supporting disabled fans.
We, as a club, believe football is for everyone and want to help break down any barriers that stop this from being a reality.
Supporters can pick up this special edition of SAINTS from one of the numerous sellers outside St Mary’s and inside the stadium concourse, enhancing your matchday experience for just £3.50.
Enjoy the programme, and please take a minute to find out more about the Unite For Access campaign inside.
Franny Benali, an ambassador for the Saints Disabled Supporters Association (SDSA), is pictured at the top of the article with Paul Lucas, Secretary of the SDSA.