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The Club is proud to have 2 disability teams and is in talks to establish deaf and blind teams – football for all is our philosophy,

If there is a demand we feel we ought to establish a team specifically for those with mental health difficulties.

This may cover a variety of illnesses such as depression, anxiety, dementia and/or Alzheimer’s, post-traumatic stress disorder and other recognised conditions – though this is by no means an exhaustive list.

We can apply for funding if there is an interest from potential players and managers.

Please express an interest by messaging this page or by contacting Keith on 07836202764.

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