Playing Field (LPF) was established in 1998 as The National Association
of Disabled Supporters (NADS).
March 2011 NADS changed its trading name to Level Playing Field
as they feel this name better embraces the social model of disability
and their works and projects.
are the only national registered charity for England and Wales
representing disabled fans of all sports together with their personal
assistant’s and advocates. LPF engages with stakeholders
from across football and other sports and is proud to have a wide
membership that demonstrates this critical collaboration.
ensure meaningful change and the sharing of good practice, Level
Playing Field works closely with disabled fans and their groups
and associations. In addition, their partnerships and cooperation
with football, cricket and rugby clubs and their governing bodies
and leagues remains critical along with ongoing works with equality
and disability organisations and the various fans groups.
Playing Field’s key objectives are;
be a voice for all disabled fans;
promote an inclusive agenda and ensure an equality of experiences
for all fans;
enable more disabled people to attend live football and other
raise disability and access awareness through football and
utilise the unique voice of football to raise awareness and
improve the situation more widely across our society.