Arsenal – North London United

North London United and Arsenal in the Community work together to provide opportunities for young people with Down’s syndrome to participate in sport activities that will help develop their skills and technique, increase their social network, as well as encourage a physical and healthy lifestyle.

Read session details

Bermondsey – Millwall FC

These sessions provide an opportunity for those with Down’s syndrome to take part in fun, sporting activities with the DS Lion Cubs. Their safe, open approach to these sessions allows parents to get involved themselves whilst at times watching their child adventure on their own. Millwall aims for the session is to allow individuals the […]

Read session details

Birmingham – Midlands Disability Football Club

Midlands Disability Football Club is quite new after having their first adult sessions in 2016 with 4 players attending. The sessions have grown since then and run monthly, going from strength to strength. Any ability is welcome, and the session is split into ages 8-16 and 16+.   Sessions run on the first Friday of […]

Read session details

Bournemouth – AFC Bournemouth

The Community Sports Trust is the charitable arm of AFC Bournemouth, actively working in the local community across Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset. The Trust’s vision is to help people achieve their goals through the delivery of quality sports sessions. All of the sessions are adjusted to meet the needs and requirements of all participants whilst […]

Read session details

Burton – Burton Joyce FC

Burton Joyce Junior F.C. is a well-established football club who have been running for over 20 years and now has over 18 teams. With support from the Nottinghamshire Football Association, they have been running a DSActive squad since April 2015 and are going to continue this throughout 2016.

Read session details

Cambridge – Cambridge United Community Trust

Cambridge United Youth and Community Trust deliver football for players with Down’s syndrome aged 4-16 years. The structured sessions, delivered by FA qualified coaches, are aimed at supporting players in all aspects of the FA Long Term Player Development ‘4-Corner Model’

Read session details

Coventry – Coventry City FC

Launching in 2011 every Monday, the Sky Blues run football sessions for people with Down’s syndrome. The sessions offer opportunities for young people and adults to play informed football, taking part in fun games and activities.

Read session details

Croydon – Crystal Palace

Launched in 2015 Palace for Life Foundation pays exceptional attention to guaranteeing all of the programmes and initiatives are inclusive. It is important to reach out to every strand of the community to ensure every person has access and equal opportunity to play sport. In this case, the emphasis is on providing a platform for […]

Read session details
Page 1 of 4
1 2 3 4