Making Football For All in Cumberland
get involved and play football, whatever your ability level.
There are now more opportunities in Cumberland than ever to play football if you have a disability!
Cumberland 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 in Touch
Tel: 01900 511800
Monday - Friday 9:00 - 17:00Email: Development@CumberlandFA.com
Ability Counts League
Ability Counts League Teams (Age 16+) for players with a disability who want to play regular football.
Fixtures are held once a month during the season (March – October), with teams from across the County taking part at a central venue location.
The League aims to provide a positive experience and opportunities into the disability player pathway.
FIND YOUR LOCAL TEAM
View the map to find your local team. All Football clubs in Cumberland who offer bespoke Disability Football opportunities are included.
If you 're aware of a Team not shown please let us know by emailing Development@CumberlandFA.com
Junior Pan Disability
There are sessions for children aged 6 - 16 years across Cumberland.
Sessions take place in:
Carlisle - Penrith - Whitehaven - Workington
Download the Flyer for the contact details and get your child involved today!
IMPAIRMENT SPECIFIC SESSIONS
Carlisle Reivers Blind Football
Sessions will take place in one of the ‘pens’ at Harraby 3G, Carlisle - FREE to participants.
Anyone interested in attending the sessions, please contact Paul Allen (Carlisle Reivers) on 07974149804 or e-mail email@example.com
Contact Ray McBride: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cerebral Palsy Football – CP United
Location: Harraby Leisure Centre
Time: 1 -2pm Sundays (Once a Month)
CLICK FOR MORE INFO ON CP UNITED
The Healthy U Exercise On Referral Scheme Is Delivered By Botcherby Community Centre, Carlisle
The NEW scheme provides a positive introduction to being active and maintaining a healthy lifestyle in the long term.
To begin this journey, speak to your GP or Healthcare Professional who may refer you to the programme. You can also 'self-refer'.
If you have any queries, please contact Paul Jennings
Tel: 01228 596992
Download the Information Flyer
Download the Healthy U Timetable
Download the Referral Form
Walking Football (DEMENTIA FRIENDLY)
Every Friday afternoon 2:30 – 4:00pm (One hour football activity followed by cup of coffee or tea)
Individuals can access this session as a standalone session (price per person £3 per session).
The Walking Football activity also forms part of the Healthy U exercise on referral scheme.
disabled children and adults at risk
The Ann Craft Trust have host of resources available to assist in achieving best practice in safeguarding disabled children and adults at risk.