Preston North End fans may wish to pay particular attention to Tuesday’s Level Playing Field online quiz, with a pair of tickets to a future game and a ground tour up for grabs for the winner.
Level Playing Field is a registered charity in England and Wales that acts as a campaigning and advisory organisation for its members in sport.
The Lilywhites’ most recent game before the football season was postponed saw the Trust’s work with disabled fans celebrated with its designated Level Playing Field matchday, as part of the charity’s ‘Weeks of Action’ campaign, for QPR’s visit to Deepdale in March.
📸 As part of @lpftweets' #WeeksOfAction matchday yesterday, Every Player Counts participants from our children's group took penalties at Deepdale!— Preston North End Community and Education Trust (@pnecommunity) March 8, 2020
It was a pleasure to welcome them to the game and have them on the pitch at half-time. 👏 @finney_sirfc #PNECET #pnefc pic.twitter.com/VNJJWj1Tbl
During the lockdown period, Level Playing Field has been holding a weekly sports quiz on its Facebook and Twitter social media channels, in order to bring fans together at a time where social isolation is affecting so many.
For this week’s edition, on Tuesday 19th May, the winner will receive two match tickets and a ground tour for use at a future Preston North End match, once football has returned!
Quizzes have typically included four rounds, one in a picture format, and this week’s edition will take place from 2pm.
Supporters can play along by visiting Level Playing Field’s social media channels by visiting their Twitter page or clicking here for their Facebook page.
Level Playing Field are also seeking the support of all fans with their 'COVID-19 disabled fan survey'. In an opportunity for all fans to have their voices heard, you can take part in their survey by clicking here.