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From grassroots to the elite game, whether you're a coach or a player,  here is how you can take part in disability football


There has never been a better time to get involved and play football, whatever your ability level. There are now many opportunities to play football if you have a disability.

Northamptonshire 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.

For more information on teams in your area please get in touch.


Christian Smith

Disability Football Development Officer


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Talent ID Programme

Northamptonshire FA offers any young person with a disability, or sensory impairment (Cerebral Palsy, partially sighted, hearing impaired, learning disability, amputee, blind, or deaf) under the age of 16 the opportunity to showcase their footballing talents at an England Talent Day event.

Following the session, players will be signposted to further playing opportunities based on their performances, ranging from local clubs to impairment specific regional training squads.

Each of these is a stepping stone on the England Talent Player Pathway, which can - and has - previously led to players from the county representing their country.

England Talent Day
Talent identification session in progress.

Inclusive Sessions at Brackley Town

Brackley Town Football Club is hosting free inclusive football taster sessions on Sunday 23 and 30 June to provide a fun-focused introduction to football for players of all ages and abilities.

Run by fully-qualified FA coaches, the sessions will take place on 3G astroturf pitches, so players are advised to wear suitable footwear and bring a cold drink. 

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