From grassroots to the elite game, whether you're a coach or a player, here is how you can take part in disability football.
There has never been a better time to get involved and play football, whatever your ability level. There are now more opportunities than ever to play football if you have a disability.
Manchester FA believe in flexible, inclusive and accessible playing opportunities for everyone, and are committed to delivering a range of opportunities for players with a disability to access football at various levels across the county.
Greater Manchester Ability Counts League (GMACFL)
If your club is looking for a PAN disability league to play in or more information about the league, please contact Mark Senior direct on the following email: email@example.com
View the league tables and results from the GMACFL here...
Disability Teams & Turn-Up and Play Centres
If you are looking for a disability team to play for or a session to attend then more can be found on the map below.
England Talent Day
If you know of a talented player with an impairment or disability then we have an annual talent programme for players aged 7-16 years.
England Disability football performance pathway from grassroots to the elite game...
Powerchair Football is a competitive team sport for people with disabilities who use power wheelchairs.
The game is played in a gymnasium on a regulation basketball court. Two teams of four players use powerchairs equipped with foot guards to attack, defend and spin-kick a large football in an attempt to score goals.
There is a great North-West structure in place and a National League, where teams from all over the country come together over several weekends in the year as part of the league fixture programme. Powerchair football is a very exciting and adaptable format, which requires skill and a good understanding of the game, just like any other form of our nation’s favourite sport.
To find your nearest Powerchair football club in the North-West, please visit the interactive map above.