Football for blind and partially sighted people

Train with the London Metro Futsal Club 2018

Metro is a partner organisation of London Futsal Club. The objective of this partnership is to provide adult partially sighted footballers with the opportunity to train and compete against other partially sighted teams on a regular basis. Twitter: @london_futsal

The club has at least two training sessions and one competitive tournament per month. Training is held between 10 am-1 pm at the SCORE Centre on Oliver Road, Leyton, E10 5JY.

For more information about football for partially sighted people in London, please  contact Gareth Jones   Email: Gareth.jones11@hotmail.com  or call  07751440675

Football: LMFC Training 3 Aug

Venue:
Score Centre, Oliver Road, London E10 5JY
Time:
6.30 pm - 8.30 pm
Phone:
07956292046
Date:
03rd August 2021
Cost:
Free * Booking Required *
More Info

Adult Football Brixton 5 Aug 2021

Venue:
Brixton Recreation Centre
27 Brixton Station Road
Lambeth
London
SW9 8QQ
Time:
6 pm - 7 pm
Phone:
07827 957 837
Date:
05th August 2021
Cost:
£30 for all six sessions. - price auto decreases as the number of sessions decreases
Contact:
More Info

 

Metro Member Everton Amos talks about playing partially sighted futsal with Charlie Raven our sports development officer in the audio podcast below.

 Football for blind people

Football is also played both nationally and internationally by blind people. Click this link for info from the English FA on disability football

Want to know more?

For more information about football for partially sighted people in London, please  contact Gareth Jones   Email: Gareth.jones11@hotmail.com  or call  07751440675

Anyone wishing to play B1 Football in London contact :dan.slaughter@tottenhamhotspur.com

For more information on football for blind people visit the English FA website at this link for English FA on disability football

BBS guide in Supporting Visually Impaired People in Football

British Blind Sport has produced this resource, in partnership with the Football Association.This resource aims to help mainstream football providers become VI friendly through their provision of training, resources and support. These include:

  • Football clubs
  • County Football Associations
  • Schools
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