Wolves Disability FC
Wolves Disability FC

Wolves Disability FC

Wolves Disability FC is the Foundation’s Pan disability football club, giving players with a disability the opportunity to play competitive football in a league format.

Players from 8-years-old up to adults, with a disability, impairment or mental health condition, are eligible. We have over 80 registered players across eight teams playing the Staffordshire Ability Counts League.

For more information, please contact Gavin Jones on
07572 167347 or gavinjones@wolves.co.uk

Pan Disability Football
Pan Disability Football

Pan Disability Football

The Pan Disability Hub is designed to provide fun football participation sessions for children and adults with a disability.

The sessions take place at City of Wolverhampton College (Wellington Road Campus, WV14 6BT) every Monday and are split into three groups:

Under 12s – 5pm – 6pm
Under 16s: 5pm – 6pm
Over 16s and Adults: 6pm – 7pm

For more information on the session please contact Gavin Jones on 07572 167347 or GavinJones@wolves.co.uk

Adult Disability Sessions
Adult Disability Sessions

Adult Disability Sessions

The Adult Disability Hub aims to support local people to get physically active through football-based activity.

This is a pan disability session for adults over 18 years of age. We offer a fun and informal small sided football session with the aim of increasing long term physical activity levels.

For more information please contact Gavin Jones on 07572 167347 or GavinJones@wolves.co.uk, or Liam Turner on 07483 446404 or LiamTurner@wolves.co.uk.

School-based SEN
School-based SEN

School-based SEN

Sporting Chances are our school-based SEND sessions (special educational needs and disabilities), to increase physical activity, mental wellbeing within SEND schools.

The sessions aim to increase self-confidence and wellbeing for primary school pupils (ages 5-11).

For more information please contact gavinjones@wolves.co.uk.

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