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Kent FA believes there should be flexible, inclusive and accessible playing opportunities for everyone, whatever their level of ability.

Disability football within Kent is continually growing with lots of opportunities available to all who wish to be involved in the game.

Kent FA’s aim is to retain existing provision and then develop existing provisions to make a transition into our Kent Disability League.

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Harry Mark

Football Development Officer (Inclusion)


Kent is home to many disability teams and clubs. The volunteers within these clubs work tirelessly to provide opportunities for those with impairments to play the game within Kent. Most Kent clubs involved in disability football offer pan-disability provision. Pan-Disability is the integration of disabilities to play in a single format of football which is then divided into ability banded football. 

Some clubs offer impairment specific provision too, such as provision for those with a hearing impairment or physical impairment, so there are a number of deaf friendly and powerchair sessions across the county too.

For more information or to find a team to join, please see our disability football club and session map below.


Kent Disability League

Formed in 2005, the Kent Disability League offers provision for adults and youth players and hosts several fixtures days throughout the season.
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Ability First Sessions - Ages 6-16

Ability First sessions allow players with disabilities to enjoy football, have fun, make friends, and build confidence in an inclusive and supportive environment.
The England disability talent pathway

England Para Talent Pathway

Giving more players with specific impairments the opportunity to play for our England Para teams.
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