The message of Total Football Total Access has spread to Cyprus this weekend, with a celebration of disabled fans by Apollon Limassol.

On Saturday Apollon welcomed Omonia Nicosia to the stadium, and used a specially-designed CAFE Week of Action-branded stand for the match ball.

As the players took to the field, the Apollon players held a CAFE Week of Action - Total Football Total Access - banner and posed for a photograph with the banner.

Apollon also invited disabled fans to enjoy VIP hospitality at the match, and promoted the CAFE Week of Action on the club website and social media channels. Apollon also aired the CAFE video - 'I Am A Football Fan' - launched at the CAFE International Conference 2015 in Paris.

A disabled Apollon fan is also writing an article to describe their matchday experiences, and this will be published on the club website.

CAFE would like to thank Apollon Limassol for their participation in the CAFE Week of Action 2016, and their continued cooperation.

The CAFE Week of Action 2016 has expanded across Europe and beyond, with Total Football Total Access celebrated in 12 countries and counting.

Published 11/04/2016