New Inclusive Football for Youth Disabilities

Our Community Trust are starting new Inclusive Football sessions for Youth Disabilities and as a DSA we are happy to support and promote this. 
 
Bristol Rovers Community Trust are launching brand new Inclusive Football sessions for young people with disabilities. These new sessions will start next Wednesday 8th November at Horfield Leisure Centre from 5.00pm – 6.00pm for ages 6 – 16 years old. The sessions will be led by the Trusts Community Coaches who will create a fun and inclusive environment for all involved. There will be 2 sessions running at the same time, one for primary ages (6-11) and the other for secondary ages (11-16). By teaming up with the Gloucestershire Football Association and Everyone Active the cost has been kept down to the incredible low price of just £1 per session. 
Inclusive football (4)
 
Community Manager, Matt Bennett, said that ‘The Community Trust are delighted to work with the GFA and Everyone Active to offer young people with disabilities the opportunity to play football, keep fit and make new friends. It demonstrates our commitment to improving the opportunities for young people in the local area. It also creates a clear player pathway that can feed into our already established and highly successful adult team, BRFC Ability, which has been running for many years.’
 
This is an exciting new project for the Community Trust and if you, or know someone who may be, interested in attending please contact Matt via email mattbennett@bristolroverscommunity.org.uk or feel free to turn up on the night. 
We hope this goes well and look forward to hearing more from our Community Trust and the work they do.
Take care Zoe

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