AFC Masters

Launched in 2015 AFC Masters are a thriving football team for disabled people in Bolton. They provide year round training sessions run by a team of dedicated volunteers and coaches. AFC Masters focus on fun and friendship.

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AFC Wimbledon

AFC Wimbledon Foundation is the first to run female Down’s syndrome only sessions for all ages and ability. The team was formed in April 2015 and are continually welcoming new members. Their team is called the #GreenWombles. The sessions consist of fun games and drills for the players.

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Arsenal

North London united provides opportunities for young people with Downs 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.

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Birmingham

Birmingham is recently new after having their first adult sessions in 2016 with 4 players attending. The sessions have started to run monthly and they look forward to their first time at the National Football Festival.

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Blackpool FC

Blackpool F.C community trust has been delivering an open community Downs Syndrome specific session at the park community academy which was launched in 2015. The sessions are tailored to help participants take part in physical activity in an environment where they feel comfortable and confident. One of the parents states “The sessions have been an […]

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Brighton

Brighton & Hove Albion host an exciting sessions that includes football, swimming and even the opportunity to watch the first team play at The American Express Stadium! The sessions, which are open to children and adults with Down’s syndrome between the ages of eight to sixteen, promise to be a huge success!

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Brighton (Chichester)

Brighton & Hove Albion host an exciting sessions that includes football, swimming and even the opportunity to watch the first team play at The American Express Stadium! The sessions, which are open to children and adults with Down’s syndrome between the ages of eight to sixteen, promise to be a huge success!

Bristol (Access Sport)

Access Sport launched their DSActive team in J2014 and saw a huge 19 players take part. The team take part in regular training sessions every week which is very enjoyable for all participants. Regular matches are also played against other DSActive teams.

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Burton Joyce

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.

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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’

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