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Professor Hannah Thompson discusses audio-descriptive football commentary in Bilbao

Professor Hannah Thompson discusses audio-descriptive football commentary in Bilbao

  • Date15 November 2018

Professor Thompson is an invited contributor to the third international conference of the Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE), which is taking place in Bilbao, Spain (16-17 November, 2018)

Accessible conference

Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) conference

CAFE  was established in 2009 with support from UEFA to improve access to football stadia across Europe using the special influence of football. To deliver this ambition, CAFE works with national associations, leagues, clubs, disabled fans, fans groups, NGOs and key stakeholders to ensure a more accessible and inclusive match and non-match day for disabled people across Europe. 


Professor Thompson is participating in a panel entitled 'Audio-Descriptive Commentary in Action', which takes place on Friday at 14:30 (13:30 GMT), and the session (and the whole conference) will be streamed live via:


You can read more about Professor Thompson's research in Critical Disability Studies here:




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