Football fans are invited at Allianz Stadium in Turin on 28-29 April to apply for CAFE's ADC commentary training programme, taking place, with a view to commentating at the upcoming UEFA Women’s Champions League Final.

Powered by Juventus and supported by UEFA, CAFE is delivering an audio-descriptive commentary (ADC) training programme to provide an opportunity for selected candidates to commentate at the Final.

ADC is a dedicated accessible service, enabling partially sighted and blind people to follow live matches inside the stadium alongside their fellow supporters.

No prior experience of commentating or ADC is required - this is a perfect opportunity for football fans, particularly fans of women’s football, to get involved in one of UEFA’s major events.

The training, delivered in Italian by an expert member of CAFE's ADC Network, will take place at the Allianz Stadium in Turin between 28-29 April.

Apply to take part in the training programme today!

Applicants must submit a 60-second audio recording of themselves commentating over a football clip of their choice, in Italian. Candidates will be admitted to the training on the basis of their overall aptitude for commentating. Applications will not be judged on the quality of the audio recording, i.e. no professional recording is required. A WhatsApp recording would be sufficient.

You will need to be available for both days of the training.

Successful candidates will be given the opportunity to take part in the full training programme and to potentially commentate at the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final as well as future matches at the stadium.

If you have any questions, please email [email protected].

Published 20/4/2022