Cerebral Palsy sport will again be coordinating the cerebra palsy football final on June 16th as part of the FA’s Disability Cup Weekend.
The FA Disability Cup returns this summer with England’s top grassroots disability teams competing at the national football centre, St. George’s Park, on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 June.
The competition, which is now in its third year, is the largest of its kind in this country, with six cup finals scheduled to take place in partnership with a range of impairment-specific organisations:
• Amputee (England Amputee Football Association)
• Blind (The National Blind Football League)
• Cerebral palsy (Cerebral Palsy Sport)
• Deaf (English Schools’ Football Association)
• Partially sighted (National Partially Sighted Football League)
• Powerchair (Wheelchair Football Association)
CP Sport are extremely happy the share that this year’s event will also play host to an exhibition of frame football.
Phil Heap, National Participation Manager, said: “The FA Disability Cup is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate and recognise the achievements of players, coaches, officials, volunteers, fans and partner organisations involved across the grassroots disability game.
The two teams that will be competing in the 2018 final will be the winners of the northern conference and southern conference who participate in monthly fixtures in CP Sport National CP Football League.
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