Tomorrow is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. We want to use the day to further our Football for All ethos.

The Club has a proud history of creating football opportunities for anyone with disabilities.

We really want to make a difference in 2019 and we are looking for players and volunteers to strengthen our offerings in the following areas: –

Wellbeing sessions (for adults who want to get fit, lose weight or just get and meet friends) – players and a coach wanted

Hearing Impaired sessions – we have had 2 sessions for primary and high school age children. We are looking for players aged between 6 and 16 and someone to coach a group of players.

Vision Impaired sessions – we have linked up with Beacon Centre for the Blind and have a qualified coach ready to go. Players required.

Autistic sessions – we have held our first sessions for high school age children and have a coach ready to go. Players wanted.

We are always looking for volunteers in this area as well as anyone with contacts who can help us find individuals who we can help.

Please leave a message or comment here for more information and please, please share to help us help others.

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