The Bradford Disability Football Club (BDFC) is a well established and successful club, providing professional football coaching to people of all ages (6yrs to adult) with varying levels of disability.

They have competed nationally and internationally, and provide not only sport and education to members and their families, but a framework of support, integration and friendship.  The Club is loved by all the members and parents as it gives people with disabilities the opportunity to play at their own level, as well as making friends for life and achieving a sense of belonging to their own Club and Bradford City.

The club is affiliated to the FA, Bradford City FC, BDSL & the GB Special Olympic Association and every month they play in the West Riding Ability Counts League, with 8 teams taking part.

We also offer Short Breaks sessions for children with disabilities. 

Short Breaks and disability football sessions take place at Bradford College, Trinity Green Campus, Trinity Road, Bradford on:

Sunday mornings - 10am -12 noon
Friday evenings - 6pm - 8pm

Wembley National Stadium Trust funds Every Player Count, satellite clubs, mental health football and hearing impaired football.

For further information please go to the Bradford Disability website www.bradforddfc.co.uk  or contact us in the usual way.

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