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Within Oxfordshire our disability programme has continued to grow

There's never been a better time to get involved and play football, whatever your ability level with more opportunities than ever to play football if you have a disability.

Oxfordshire 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.

Turn Up and Play

For some disabled players affiliated football is not an option because of the lack of desire, time commitment, ability, or simply that they don’t want to play competitive football.

Through the Disability Workforce Fund Oxfordshire FA will have disability-specific 'Turn Up and Play' centres at locations across the county commencing in 2016-17.
These centres will cater for both adults and children and will allow players to play football in an organised but informal way. For more information about centres currently running in Oxfordshire please see below:


There are a number of clubs across Oxfordshire that cater for players with disabilities.
They also provide competitive opportunities to play in our local disability league called the BOBi League (Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Inclusive League).
The following Clubs provide playing opportunities for players with disabilities:


Banbury United

Adult Male & Adult Female Teams

Contact Roy Mold - 01295 257302



Henly YMCA

Adult Male Teams

Contact Michael Ray - 07504 435798



Oxford City Casuals

Adult Male & Female, U16 & U12 Youth Teams

Amputee Teams & Power Chair Team

Contact Mark Heelis - 07714 756919



Summertown Stars AFC

U16 Youth Visual Impairment Team

Contact Jo Kalies - 07867 646503



Tower Hill FC

Adult Male & U16 Youth Team

Contact Tracy Mathias - 07817 455686