As part of CAFE’s ongoing works to promote access and inclusion through the unique power of football, we are launching a new social media initiative called #ShareYourSightlines.

We are inviting disabled fans to send us two photographs – one showing your view from your seat at a match, and the other showing you enjoying the match (a ‘selfie’ at your seat).

We hope to share many pictures from across Europe, and we will also be working with UEFA to further promote this initiative.

The aim of #ShareYourSightlines is to show the real experiences of disabled fans and their companions across Europe. That means that we want to see the great examples as well as the poorer experiences.

#ShareYourSightlines is not about promoting or criticising any particular stadiums – it is to show how disabled people across Europe watch and attend live football matches.

Please also tell us, just in a sentence, what makes attending live football so important to you.

We would be delighted if you would join us and #ShareYourSightlines!

We would greatly appreciate it if you could send your images either to us by email, on Instagram (, on Facebook (, or Twitter (@cafefootball). 

If you have any questions please do feel free to contact our Media and Communications Manager Michael Rice at [email protected].

We thank you for joining us with this new initiative, and we look forward to receiving some great contributions!