Wots up offer an all inclusive football session available to mixed footballing ability. Its aimed at age 18 plus and mixed gender as well. The squad do compete in a league through the Suffolk FA aimed at teams with mixed impairment and ability, the training sessions look to provide coaching and encouragement around basic football skills with the emphasis on team work, respect, support and togetherness at the forefront.
We aim to provide fun sporting opportunities for young people (12+) with primarly learning difficulties. We run on Saturday mornings in Foss sports Hall at York St John Universty 10:15/11:45am.
Ayrshire Tigers is a Powerchair Football Club based in Ayr, Scotland. The club was established in January 2015 in order to provide Powerchair Football opportunities to disabled people in Ayrshire. The club currently runs one training session a week at Whitletts Activity Centre in Ayr on Thursdays between 3.30pm-7pm and our teams take part in the National League and Cup competitions. The club is open to everyone and we would actively encourage powerchair users of all ages to come and try the sport for themselves. As a club we cater for all abilities, from beginners to those who have some experience of playing Powerchair Football. We welcome new members, so if you are a powerchair user and fancy coming along to see what we are all about, please get in touch.
Weekley rides of between 30 and 60 miles around Lancashire, West Yorkshire and Chesire. Each ride starts at 9.30ish on Sunday, we stop for lunch at a cafe and head back between 2.30 and 4.30. We are based in Bury, Greater Manchester.
LPFC offers football opportunities to wheelchair users. There are options to play recreational football or to develop to play at the highest level in the WFA national leagues. The game is played in bespoke powerchairs offering players the opportunity to play this fast paced, high adrenaline fueled sport to the full. all sessions are based on fun and the development of players regardless of the level of disability. No-one is ever turned away.
London Titans Wheelchair Basketball Club is 30 years old, we are the largest and most successful Southern England club. Running 6 teams across 3 London venues, in the boroughs of Waltham Forest, Ealing and our home venue Harrow. Our members are 7 - 50 years old and we currently field teams in every division of the National League from Premier to Third, Women's and Junior League. London Titans provide 10 hours of coached training sessions per week from our Grade 2 coaches within the club including Paralympian's who are able to provide the highest standard of coaching to people of all abilities. There is no cost to come along and try wheelchair basketball initially. We are able to loan basketball wheelchairs to new members. Wheelchairs are available at all our training venues although it is advisable to contact us prior to coming along to ensure we are able to meet your needs. We encourage friends and family to get into wheelchairs and try the sport.
A fun and entertaining session that is open to all ages and abilities. It is an inclusive session where everybody will mix together and the main focus is on having fun while also doing exercise. The social side is also a major part of the group.