The CAFE 'Total Football, Total Access' exhibition is now available at the PGE Arena in Gdansk, Poland.

The main aim of the exhibition is to present the important role that football is playing in integrating disabled fans by creating accessible stadia across Poland and the rest of Europe. In addition, CAFE hopes the exhibition will help to raise awareness amongst the wider society by introducing the public to the subject of access and inclusion for disabled people.

The exhibition had previously been installed at the Stadion Narodowy in Warsaw, and will be installed in Gdansk until the end of November 2013. The exhibition can be found in the Mixed Zone, where the players will be before entering the pitch on matchdays, and can also be found on the approach to the stadium.

Joyce Cook, CAFE Managing Director, said, "We are delighted that the CAFE exhibition - 'Total Football, Total Access' - will be travelling to stadiums across Poland to promote access and inclusion. Our ultimate aim is to ensure that many more disabled fans can enjoy watching live sports in the future alongside their fellow fans. A huge thank you to everyone involved in helping us to launch this national exhibition; together we can help to improve the lives of disabled people around Europe through football and its fans".

The 'Total Football, Total Access' exhibition is an inititative created as part of CAFE’s UEFA EURO 2012 legacy project. The exhibition is mobile, and following its inaugural showing at the National Stadium, will be displayed at a number of stadiums around Poland.

A version of this article is also available in Polish.

Published 14/10/2013