All coaching is by qualified coaches who are trained and have been screened for their suitability for working with young people. We welcome parents and guardians to all training and competitions and value your support. We are keen to try and involve parents in the club, so please become involved if you are interested. You only have to ask one of the friendly faces you’ll find at any of our training sessions or pick up the phone. Training sessions currently take place on the first and last Saturday of every month (cost £3) and arrangements should be made for your child to travel to and from training and matches.
Adult sessions take place at 9.30am-11am, and juniors from 11am-12pm. The club plays in disability leagues and has forged strong links with professional clubs at their ‘specials’ sides and also host an annual tournament inviting a host of football teams run for people with disabilities to take part. This year the club won the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.
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