Football In Peterborough To Become More Inclusive

  Inspire Peterborough, Huntingdonshire FA & ICA Sports Football Club are working in partnership to bring a range of Inclusive Football sessions to the city. These new sessions will start in March 2019 at Powerleague Peterborough and will include sessions for ages 6 years old and upwards. The sessions will be led by FA Qualified Community Football Coaches who will create an engaging, enjoyable and inclusive environment for all involved. Once sessions are established there will be opportunities to participate in a range of friendlies, tournaments and festivals. This is an exciting new project for Peterborough and if you, or know someone who may be, interested in attending please contact either:Steve Purnell, ICA Sports, at steve@icasports.comor Sarah Hudson, Hunts FA, at Sarah.Hudson@cambridgeshirefa.com Or register your interest at http://eepurl.com/dLZi3Y Inspire Peterborough Development Manager, Nikki Griffiths, said 'Inspire Peterborough and Special Olympics Peterborough are very exciting about being part of this project and we are really looking forward to seeing the opportunities for people with a disability to play football in Peterborough grow.’ Huntingdonshire Football Association Disability Officer, Sarah Hudson, said ‘Huntingdonshire Football Association are just embarking on a three year project to develop more opportunities to allow disabled people to play football in the region. This project will extend the opportunity for people with disabilities across Peterborough. Kay Greenaway, Special Olympics Officer, will be working closely with the group to register new Special Olympic athletes and provide a pathway to SO football competitions.’ ICA Sports Vice-Chairman, Steve Purnell, said 'ICA Sports are delighted to work with the Huntingdonshire FA and Inspire Peterborough to offer people with disabilities the opportunity to play football, keep fit and make new friends. It demonstrates our commitment to improving the opportunities for all people in Peterborough and is expected to see several disability teams established for the 2019/2020 Football Season.'