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Online Sessions for CP and Powerchair Footballers with CP Sport and WFA

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During these difficult times, we are keen to support clubs and players unable to participate or restricted with what they are able to do. There has been fantastic work done by clubs to keep in contact with their players and we are keen to add to that support and engagement.

CP Sport and The WFA have partnered up to bring you Back in the Game; an informal social get together, which aims to keep players engaged through football discussions and connecting players.


CP Sport and The WFA are hosting sessions for Cerebral Palsy and Powerchair footballers to connect and talk about all things disability football related. There will also be general football chats and the opportunity to meet other players from the various formats.


We would greatly appreciate if you could help spread the word by sharing this through your club members and players.


Everyone under 18 will need to have apparent and guardian with them during the session.


Back in the Game sessions Monday 22nd February


To register, please go to:

·       Junior (U18’s) -


·       Adult  (19+)-


Registration is open until Sunday 21st February, and all those who have registered will be sent a Zoom link on Monday 22nd February.


If you have any questions please let us know.

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