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The Centre for Access to Football in Europe hosts its second international conference on Friday and Saturday and will be streaming the event on their website.

A blind Legia Warszawa fan follows the action
A blind Legia Warszawa fan follows the action ©Legia Warszawa

The Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) hosts its second international CAFE conference on Friday and Saturday to celebrate access and inclusion within football.

CAFE has been UEFA's Football Social Responsibility partner for six years, with the main objective to improve access to football stadia across Europe using the special influence of football.

The conference takes place at the Stade de France in Paris where experts from around the world will meet to share best practice solutions, experiences and knowledge across a multi-stakeholder platform. We will be live-streaming this conference on Friday from 09.00 to 17.45CET, and on Saturday from 09.00 to 12.00CET.

Presentations and panel discussions will take place on a wide range of topics and include speakers such as David Bernstein, CAFE chairman, Jacques Lambert, president of EURO 2016 SAS and Emmanuelle Assmann, president of the French Paralympic Committee, as well as representatives from FARE, Arsenal, the English Premier League and many more. 

We invite you to join the discussion on Facebook, Twitter via @cafefootball, and Instagram using #totalaccess.