Cambridgeshire FA aims to ensure people with disabilities have opportunities to take part in football and progress through the disability player pathway
The Cambridgeshire Football Association's 'ParAbility Football Project' has been supported with funding from the Big Lottery Fund and The FA's 3-year Disability Football Development Fund. The two separate funds have contributed to the development of disability football in the county by increasing participation opportunities as well as, providing continuous support to volunteers and clubs who support disabled people in football.
We run an Adult ParAbility League in partnership with the Cambridgeshire County League. The league is a pan-disability 7v7 league for adults with disabilities or additional needs. Currently there are teams from Cambridge City, Cambridge United Community Trust, Melbourn Dynamos OWLs, March Town United, Cambridge Regional College, St Ives Rangers but we are looking for more to join us. For further info on how to get involved contact Ryan Kay on firstname.lastname@example.org