Two clubs in Middlesex are piloting the FA’s new Comets programme – for boys and girls aged 5-11 with a disability.
The Comets programme is safe space where disabled children can believe and belong. It steps outside the usual parameters with a bespoke, flexible way of playing. Because this is football that breaks all the old rules and replaces them with a new one; just be you.
The two clubs who are piloting this programme in Middlesex are:
•Kensington Dragons FC
We are pleased to announce that both clubs are not charging a fee during the 10-week pilot phase, meaning that participants can try the sessions out cost-free.
Daniel Perkins (Inclusion Officer at Middlesex FA), said: “We are delighted to have two of our England Football Accredited clubs launch this programme with us. The clubs involved have a very large presence in their local communities, and the launch of Comets allows them to support new players and their families who may have not engaged in team sports before.”
To find your nearest session and book on to the programme, please CLICK HERE