There has never been a better time to get involved and play football, whatever your ability level. There are now more opportunities than ever to play football if you have a disability.
Huntingdonshire FA believe in flexible, inclusive and accessible playing opportunities for everyone, and are committed to delivering a range of opportunities for players with a disability to access football at various levels across the county.
Get Involved with Disability Football
Within pan-disability football there are opportunities to take part informally in turn-up-and-play sessions through to more formal team and competition based football. For more information - Click Here
Pan-Disablility Football in Huntingdonshire
St Ives Rangers Colts Ability Counts FC
St Ives train a youth and adult section on a Wednesday evening at One Leisure St. Ivo Outdoor Centre | 6:00-7:00pm.
For more information please contact: Wendy Chambers by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leagues in Cambridgeshire
Adult disability teams play in the Adult ParAbility League. The league consist of five match-days spread between October and May held on Wednesdays 11:00am-1:00pm.
For more information please contact: Gary.Marheineke@HuntsFA.com
CEREBRAL PALSY AND FRAME FOOTBALL
Blind football is five-a-side football - and, more specifically, it is an adapted version of futsal. Blind football is also sometimes known as B1 football or football five-a-side.
Partially-sighted football is an adapted version of futsal for players with a visual impairment.
Ensuring football is inclusive of players with different levels and types of hearing loss.
LEARNING DISABILITY FOOTBALL
Details on classifications, rule adaptions and how to get involved.
Powerchair football is a unique sport that provides opportunities for people with a high level of impairment to access the game of football.
Get in touch
(Monday - Friday, 9am to 5pm)
By Email: Sarah.Hudson@CambridgeshireFA.com