AITC Chichester session

Sports category:

Football

Overview

Albion in the Community runs a weekly football session for people with a disability. It takes place at Chichester University on Friday evenings between 5pm and 6pm.

The official charity of Brighton & Hove Albion FC, Albion in the Community has been running football sessions for people with a disability since 1997. It is now the area’s largest provider of football for people with a disability, giving more people than ever the chance to take part in both fun and competitive sport.

The charity runs mixed disability sessions which are fully inclusive and open to anyone with a disability, as well as a growing number of disability-specific sessions throughout Sussex. Each session is run by qualified coaches, each with experience of working with people who have a disability.

For more details on the charity’s local sessions and how to get involved call 01273 668590 or email: disability@albioninthecommunity.org.uk
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Club features

Impairment types:
Acquired Brain injuries
All abilities
Hearing impairment
PAN Disability
Learning impairment
Mental health
Physical impairment
Amputee
Cerebral Palsy
Short stature
Social or behavioural
Visual impairment
Staff experience:
We have a lot of experience with participants with impairments
Activity format:
Team based
Availiable sessions:
Mixed gender
Children & youth sessions
Adult
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Location:

University of Chichester
College Lane
Chichester
PO19 6PE
United Kingdom

Telephone number:

01273 668590

Attending the club:

First couple of sessions are free. After you will be asked to pay membership.
Email us - disability@albioninthecommunity.org.uk we can provide you with any further details

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