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Cerebral Palsy Team Enjoy Night At Elland Road – Leeds United

Thursday, 7 March, 2019

Cerebral Palsy Team Enjoy Night At Elland Road – Leeds United

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Foundation host disabled youngsters for special experience at West Brom fixture.

At the Sky Bet Championship fixture against West Brom on Saturday afternoon, disability coaches from the club's official charity helped to facilitate a special day out for the junior cerebral palsy football team they work with as part of Level Playing Field’s Weeks of Action initiative.

The group of 10 children had been invited to attend by none other than Whites midfielder Pablo Hernandez and as part of their visit they had an exclusive meet and greet with the first-team squad, waved Leeds United flags pitchside ahead of kick-off and one of the lucky youngsters, who was celebrating his eighth birthday on Saturday, even walked out with Hernandez onto the hallowed turf.

The annual Weeks of Action initiative for the national charity, now in its 14th year, aims to promote the work football clubs are doing across the country to improve access and inclusion for disabled sports fans in their community.

Read more at: https://www.leedsunited.com/news/community/24643/cerebral-palsy-team-enjoy-night-at-elland-road

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