Derby – Derby County FC

Launched in 2014 Derby County’s disability football programme helps support a network of Inclusive Clubs around the County give opportunities for all potential players, youngsters, adults, males and females, with a learning, physical or sensory impairment / disability to participate in football. Derby are committed to enabling all players to play the national game and […]

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Ealing – Brentford Penguins FC

Former Brentford FC footballer Allan Cockram, in partnership with Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, are running weekly DSActive football sessions. The club aims to raise health levels of young people with Down’s syndrome within the region, whilst also creating a professional football experience for all participants and a winning team formula through innovative coaching.

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Egerton – Egerton FC (Cheshire FA)

Cheshire has an active Down’s syndrome football group affiliated to the national DSActive sports programme. The development group is run as part of Egerton Football Club in Knutsford and sessions are open to anyone with Down’s syndrome aged six upwards. Players will take part in fun football sessions delivered by FA qualified coaching staff focusing […]

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Everton – Everton FC

The team was set up two years ago by Everton in the Community and train together once a week. Last season they competed in their first national tournament and reached the final of the National Cup, and the charity is currently developing a league to offer the team regular competitive matches. The DSActive football team […]

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Exeter – Exeter City FC

Launched in 2014 Exeter football programme aims to develop social skills, confidence and physical ability while learning football skills, participating in other sports sessions and having fun. Sessions will start on September 8th and will be on: 2018 October 13th November 10th December 1st 2019 January 12th February 2nd March 9th April 6th May 11th

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Hull – Hull Tigers

Launched in 2011 Hull Tiger Trust provides people who have Down’s syndrome the opportunity to get involved in football. They help individuals get involved in football and develop the necessary skills and techniques needed in a fun session. Hull also have the opportunity to take part in the National Football Festival held each year with […]

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Ipswich – Inspire Suffolk

October 2010 saw Inspire Suffolk team up with DSActive to launch a football programme designed specifically for 5 to 25 year olds living in Suffolk with Downs’s syndrome. Inspire Suffolk offers young people with Downs’s syndrome the chance to play regular football in a comfortable yet challenging environment. It helps those involved not only improve […]

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Kingsbury – QPR

The QPR Tiger Cubs, formed in November 2008, became the second DSActive team. The team has been a roaring success, securing between 20-30 participants per session. The Cubs now run three teams in West and North London, namely Shepherd’s Bush, Brent and Hillingdon. Sessions are fun and structured, delivered by highly experienced and qualified community […]

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Leeds – Leeds United FC

The sessions at Leeds are lots of fun but do have a structure and are focused on learning and developing physical skills, increasing confidence and being part of a team. Catering for players at both junior and adult level across the full spectrum of disabilities, we focus on ability rather than disability.   Sessions run […]

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Leicester – Leicester City Community Trust

The Club recognises its supporter base as the heart and soul of its community and we strive to reach out and engage with this audience. Our aim is to create opportunities for supporters to engage with the LCFC Community Trust through activities and initiatives which interact with the local community and encourages them to feel […]

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