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Disability

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At AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust we are committed to ensuring that everybody has the opportunity to play football and attend a session designed to meet their needs.

Thanks to the Premier league and BT disability fund we are aiming to develop the disability programme to offer a range of competitive and recreational sport opportunities as well as ensuring that all programmes run by the Community Sports Trust are accessible and inclusive for all.

The programme will see us work closely with a variety of key partners in the community such as the local authority and specialist schools to develop and implement a specifically designed programme of impairment specific and pan disability sport to get as many people as possible engaged in sport.

For any further information about the Disability Sports Programme please contact Disability Inclusion Development Officer, Hannah Powis on 07393462166.

Ability Counts

Ability Counts is a weekly activity programme, delivered by AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust, involving over 100 children and adults with physical and/or learning disabilities.

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Weekly Training

Open training sessions for younger players takes place on a Thursday evening, at the Littledown Centre 4-5.30pm, whilst adults can take part in a similar session on a Wednesday, 6.30-7.30pm at Pelhams Park.

This allows the individuals with any form of physical or learning disability the opportunity to play football and have fun in an environment suited to their needs under the banner of AFC Bournemouth.

These sessions are open for everyone to take part in.

Teams

Under-12s

  • Play in the Hampshire Ability Counts League
  • Attend various festivals and tournaments organised throughout the year, involving many other professional football clubs.

Under-16s

  • Play in the Wiltshire Ability Counts League.
  • Play in Hampshire Ability Counts League.
  • Attend various festivals and tournaments organised throughout the year, involving many other professional football clubs.

Adults

  • Two adults teams who play in the Hampshire Ability Counts League.
  • Attend various festivals and t tournaments organised throughout the year, involving many other professional football clubs.
  • Also play 11-a-side fixtures against other teams.

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