Disability Football

Sign up now – Introduction to Setting Up Disability Football workshop

We're collaborating with Oxfordshire Youth Football League & BOBi League to deliver a workshop to help clubs introduce disability football.

We are delighted to be linking up with Oxfordshire Youth Football League and BOBi League to deliver a workshop to support clubs in Oxfordshire that are thinking of setting up disability football provision.

Your club might not have any current plans to start disability football sessions, but this is a chance to find out more. By attending the workshop, you are not committing you or your club to anything.

The workshop, taking place on Microsoft Teams on Monday 23rd May (7pm – 8pm), will aim to provide information on the process and good practice of how you can look at successfully introducing disability football at your club.

As part of the new England Football Accreditation criteria (previously FA Charter Standard), if you are currently or aspire to be a 3*** club in the future, you are required to have disability football provision as part of your player pathway.

If introducing disability football at your club is part of your short- or long-term plans, then we encourage you to get yourself booked on to find out more information.

This workshop is going to be delivered by:

Sarah Griffiths
Summertown Stars Cerebral Palsy Football
Oxfordshire Youth League Disability Football Ambassador
FA & McDonalds Grassroots Bobby More Award Winner 

Adam Robinson
Bure Park FC Disability Football Officer
BOBi League Committee Member
OFA Grassroots Volunteer of the Year Award Winner

Rob Roslyn
League Secretary
Oxfordshire Youth Football League

Michael Thurlow
Oxfordshire FA Football Development Manager


If you would like to ask any questions regarding the workshop or setting up disability football, please get in touch with Michael Thurlow (Football Development Manager) at Michael.Thurlow@Oxfordshirefa.com