The Club is in talks with Staffordshire FA and we are hopeful of becoming the Disability Football hub for South Staffordshire.
We already have 2 disability teams, a Wellbeing squad and very close to having our first deaf and blind squad sessions. We are also exploring silent football for children with sensory overload and walking football for children with heart or breathing problems.
As you will see – ‘Football for All’ is our aim!
We are looking to bring our plans together so that we can create a Development Plan for our disability football. We want to get people on board who would be willing to bring their skills and/or enthusiasm to this rewarding area.
Are you one of those people who could help? Do you know someone?
Please be kind enough to express your interest by commenting or messaging us as soon as you can.
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