Northampton – Northampton Town FC

Launching in 2014 Northampton Towns football in the community programme works with the Football League Trust to serve their communities and deliver four core themes, health, sport participation, social inclusion and community cohesion, and helping young people realise their potential. Northampton has more and more fixtures each season and play in the National Festival each […]

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Norwich – Norwich City FC

Launched in 2008 the Norwich sessions are open to both children and adults, our Down’s syndrome Soccer Skill Centre gives participants the chance to play football against players with similar disabilities. Supported by funding from the Premier League, the mixed-gender sessions are delivered on a weekly basis and are themed around all aspects of football. The Skill […]

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Plymouth – Plymouth Argyle Community Trust

Plymouth Argyle Community Trust have received funding to re-launch their DSActive football session. The session is for those aged between 5 and 19 with Down’s syndrome. Players get to play football in a fun and inclusive environment, meet new people and make new friends and feel fitter, happier and healthier.

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Poole – Longfleet Youth FC

As an advocate for the acceptance and inclusion of people with Down’s syndrome, Dorset Football Association in partnership with Longfleet Youth FC have launched DSActive Football provision in Poole. Longfleet first launched their DSActive Football provision in October 2015 with immense success. Each session the project is growing from strength to strength with now 25 regular […]

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Scunthorpe – Bottesford Town Football Club

Bottesford Town Football Club are a community driven club, offering excellent football sessions for all ages. Everyone at the club is very excited to add a DSActive session to their programme. Players will get that chance to access regular training sessions, meet new friends and be coached by a team of enthusiastic and friendly coaches.

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Sheffield – Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme

Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme have teamed up with the Sheffield Downs Syndrome Support Group to provide sessions aiming to get players involved with football and develop key skills. Sessions will run from toddlers, focusing on motor skill activities and fun activities, running up to teenagers.   All sessions will have a strong focus on having […]

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Shepherd’s Bush- 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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Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury Town FC

Shrewsbury Town Community Sports Trust was delighted to launch the first of many Down’s syndrome football sessions in 2015 with eight children attending.  Although only forming at the beginning of the year Shrewsbury had a successful day at the 2015 National Festival finishing runners up in the white group. Through football, the project aims to […]

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Solihull – Solihull Moors FC

After starting in the summer of 2019, the session with Solihull has expanded rapidly, getting rave reviews from players of all ages. Sessions are run by FA qualified coaches, and will improve skills and fitness in a social and inclusive environment.

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Southampton – Southampton FC

Launched in 2016 the aim of DS Devils football team is to provide young people and adults alike with the opportunity to compete in regular competitive football throughout the region and nationally.  DS Devils currently have a number of teams already competing locally in the North East Ability Counts. These teams hope to further develop […]

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