CAFE was delighted to celebrate Total Football Total Access with Apollon Limassol once again this year.

During last season's CAFE Week of Action, Apollon Limassol held a pre-match ceremony celebrating access and inclusion, with the players entering the pitch with a Total Football Total Access banner.

This season, members of the Apollon Limassol squad and management visited Agia's Fylas High School to discuss the importance of diversity, access and inclusion.

Squad players Marios Stylianou, Thiago Gomez, Sergio Semedo and Adrian Sardinero were joined by team manager Socratis Socratous, and they spoke with the students about why access and inclusion matters.

Apollon Limassol players also presented a CAFE Week of Action banner at a training session for wheelchair basketball players, further raising awareness of the topic and celebrating access and inclusion.

In a statement made on the club website, Apollon Limassol said, "Disabled people are the largest minority group, with over one billion disabled people living today. We are particularly proud to have the opportunity to participate in social events of this nature".

We thank Apollon Limassol for once again joining us in celebrating Total Football Total Access, and we look forward to continuing our cooperation in the future!

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Published 13/02/2017