Get involved with disability football in Middlesex
There has never been a better time to get involved and play football, whatever your ability level..
There are now more opportunities than ever to play football if you have a disability.
Middlesex FA believe in flexible, inclusive and accessible playing opportunities for everyone, and are committed to delivering a range of opportunities for players with a disability to access football at various levels across the county.
Find out how you can get involved in disability football below.
FA Dispensation Policy
The FA dispensation policy details the options for disability players to ensure they get the best football experience.
Adults at Risk
The FA have issued new guidance on how to protect adults at risk.
This is guidance only and good practice and is not mandatory but advisory:
Appoint an Adult Safeguarding Lead (ASL) within the club (similar to Club Welfare Officer) – someone with knowledge of safeguarding.
Once ASL appointed add them as an official on the WGS
Adopt safeguarding policy and procedures (see attached)
Know how to report concerns
Complete the new Adults at Risk Online safeguarding training
DBS required for coaches involved in Open Age football (Open Age is from 16+)
You will be able to find all the material required including the free online course on this page.
Any questions please do not hesitate in contacting the Safeguarding Team.
north west london mental health League
North West London Mental Health League
A 7-a-side adult league for players with mental health problems, the North West London Mental Health League runs on the second Friday of the month from 1pm-3pm at Brunel University Sports Park.
Other disability football leagues in Middlesex
Get In Touch
By Phone: 020 8515 1919
(9am - 5pm Monday - Friday)
By Email: email@example.com
Did You Know?
Disability Football is the seventh largest participation team sport in the country.
Disability Turn up and Play centres
Similar to the Just Play! initiative, our Turn Up & Play Centres provide casual football sessions to people with a disability, impairment or long-term health condition that simply want to play football. There's no commitment and sessions are aimed at being fun, engaging and sociable.