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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 more opportunities than ever to play football if you have a disability. 

Within Kent our disability programme has continued to grow and we are leading the way in developing disability football initiatives.

As a player there are opportunities for any age and ability to join in either recreationally, through a Turn Up and Play Centre, competitively within our teams or attending our Disability Football Centre which has an excellent record of progressing players into national teams. We currently have over 90 teams that cater for a range of impairments across Kent.

Get In Touch

Toby Elgar – Football Development Officer (Inclusion)

By Phone: 01622 792140
(9am - 5pm Monday - Friday)

By Email:

Kent Disability League

The Kent Disability League has gone from strength to strength since its creation in 2005. With its own independent committee the league has grown with nine divisions from U11 through to adult. The league runs separate Junior and Adult divisions with several tournament days throughout the year.

For further information please click on the link to the Kent Disability League Website

Disability Football Centre

Our Disability Football Centre allows players the opportunity to train with individuals with similar impairments, age and abilities and will provide extra training and support. Every player will be able to continue to play for their local grassroots club if they do so already, whilst receiving one extra night of training and support from our FA Qualified coaches.

Find a Disability football club near you

 Use the map to see which Disability Football Clubs are in your area

Click on the club logos to get more details about how to contact them

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