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Disability Football Programme Heading To Horfield Leisure Centre

Gloucestershire FA and Bristol City Football Club are delighted to announce the newest session in their disability football programme in partnership with Bristol Sport Foundation and Bristol City Community Trust.

Adding to the existing eight sessions within the programmes, this latest youth hub will run out of Horfield Leisure Centre every Friday from 6-7pm, starting Friday, 3rd March 2017.

This session will result in a significant increase in disability football opportunities for players in the north of Bristol, with the ambition of offering sustainable football as well as opportunities for players to access regular competition.

Jason Lee, Gloucestershire FA Football Development Officer said: "The development of a disability session at Horfield Leisure will enable players from north Bristol to access a local disability football club.

"Football in Bristol has never been more inclusive and it’s exciting to see the Bristol Disability Partnership in action."

If you or someone you know would like to access this new disability football opportunity, please contact ktavender@bristolrugby.co.uk

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