Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month
March Is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month
Cerebral Palsy Football creates a fairer game of football for players with a physical disability. In the majority of cases the reason people do not play ambulant cerebral palsy football is because they can’t find enough players to make a team, and resort to pan disability football as the only other option.
Cerebral Palsy Sport give players the opportunity to develop individual skills within a team environment, encased in an impairment specific competitive structure. Furthermore the football programme contributes to the development of the Football Association/England Cerebral Palsy Regional and National Squads, through talent identification and their goal is to sign post players to the performance pathway for talented performers, and also to provide participation opportunities for players of all abilities.
There are currently 4 venues that hold Cerebral Palsy Football Session within London.
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