CAFE publishes Week of Action 2017 summary report

14 July 2017

CAFE publishes Week of Action 2017 summary report

CAFE is delighted to publish the summary report for this season’s CAFE Week of Action -Total Football Total Access.

Since 2013, CAFE has held an annual celebration of access and inclusion and invited fans, clubs, leagues and other key stakeholders to take part.

The CAFE Week of Action was created as part of our UEFA EURO 2012 legacy project in Poland and Ukraine, and has now grown into a Europe-wide celebration. 13 different countries took part in the CAFE Week of Action 2016.

For this season’s campaign, Total Football Total Access was celebrated in a record 20 countries, with countries including Spain, Russia and Malta taking part for the first time.

This season’s CAFE Week of Action also saw the launch of CAFE’s new mascot. Max Access is a young partially sighted fan who enjoys nothing more than attending live matches with his family and friends. Max helped to publicise and celebrate activities taking place under the umbrella of Total Football Total Access.

CAFE would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who participated in the CAFE Week of Action 2017.

To download the CAFE Week of Action 2017 summary report, please click : Cafe Week of Action 2017.

Alternate accessible formats are available upon request by contacting CAFE’s Media departement.

If you would like to get involved in next season’s CAFE Week of Action, contact CAFE Media & Communications Manager Michael Rice by email to to discuss your ideas further. We will be announcing the dates for the CAFE Week of Action 2018 shortly.


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