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BBS: Have a Go Day Bristol

Have a go Day Bristol with British Blind Sport

British Blind Sport Have a Go Day Bristol

We are delighted to announce British Blind Sport’s Have a Go Day programme is coming to Bristol!  Working in partnership with Wesport and Vision West of England, the event will take place at St Pauls Sports Centre, Newfoundland Road,
St Pauls, BS2 9NH on Saturday 15th September. Register for the Have a Go Day in Bristol.

Open to anyone with a visual impairment aged 5 and up, including their friends and siblings, come along and take part in an entirely free day of activities including Cricket, Football, Guide Running and many more!

Last year a number of successful similar events took place across the UK. Here’s what other participants had to say:

“I found it amazing! The things I thought I couldn’t do, I actually could. Especially cycling for the first time in 11 years. I felt the wind on my face as we moved around the track. Really enjoyed the day and look forward to the next.” Participant, Have a Go Day Leicester

When and Where

Venue: Bristol Grammar School Sports Hall, University Road, Bristol BS8 1SR

Date: Saturday 15th September   Time: 11am-4pm

 Get Involved!

Register for the Have a Go Day in Bristol.

Contact: For further details please contact Alex Pitts, Participation Officer on telephone:  07929 356428 or email alex@britishblindsport.org.uk

 

BBS: Have a Go Day Bristol!

Have a go Day Bristol with British Blind Sport
Venue:
Bristol Grammar School Sports Hall, University Road, Bristol BS8 1SR
Time:
11.00 am - 4.00 pm
Phone:
 07929 356428
Date:
15th September 2018
Cost:
Free


British Blind Sport Have a Go Day Bristol

We are delighted to announce British Blind Sport’s Have a Go Day programme is coming to Bristol!  Working in partnership with Wesport and Vision West of England, the event will take place at St Pauls Sports Centre, Newfoundland Road,
St Pauls, BS2 9NH on Saturday 15th September. Register for the Have a Go Day in Bristol.

Open to anyone with a visual impairment aged 5 and up, including their friends and siblings, come along and take part in an entirely free day of activities including Cricket, Football, Guide Running and many more!

Last year a number of successful similar events took place across the UK. Here’s what other participants had to say:

“I found it amazing! The things I thought I couldn’t do, I actually could. Especially cycling for the first time in 11 years. I felt the wind on my face as we moved around the track. Really enjoyed the day and look forward to the next.” Participant, Have a Go Day Leicester

When and Where

Venue: Bristol Grammar School Sports Hall, University Road, Bristol BS8 1SR

Date: Saturday 15th September   Time: 11am-4pm

 Get Involved!

Register for the Have a Go Day in Bristol.

Contact: For further details please contact Alex Pitts, Participation Officer on telephone:  07929 356428 or email alex@britishblindsport.org.uk

 

PSFL League cup – 27 April

Train with the London Metro Futsal Club
Venue:
TBC
Time:
12.00 - 17.00pm -TBC
Phone:
N/A
Date:
27th April 2019
Cost:
Free


PSFL League cup & presentation evening

Venue: TBC
Phone: TBC

 London Metro Contact:  Gareth.jones@tottenhamhotspur.com

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.

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

Quick link to  Metro’s Football Events

Football for Blind and Vision Impaired People

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

Want to know more?

For more information about football for partially sighted people in London contact :Gareth.jones@tottenhamhotspur.com

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

 

 

PSFL Tournament 6 – 9 March

Partially Sighted Futsal League
Venue:
Birmingham Play sports centre, 20 Great King St N, Birmingham B19 2LF
Time:
12.00 - 17.00pm
Phone:
0121 293 1366
Date:
09th March 2019
Cost:
Free


PSFL League Tournament 6

A and B Teams

Venue: Birmingham Play sports centre, 20 Great King St N, Birmingham B19 2LF

Venue phone: 0121 293 1366

Metro Contact: Gareth.jones@tottenhamhotspur.com

The Partially Sighted Football League ( PSFL League ) is the UK’s national league for partially sighted people and is organised by British Blind Sport.

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.

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

Quick link to  Metro’s Football Events

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 contact :Gareth.jones@tottenhamhotspur.com

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

PSFL Tournament 4 – 12 Jan!

Train with the London Metro Futsal Club
Venue:
TBC  Possible The Score, Leyton ,  please confirm with contact!
Time:
12.00 - 17.00pm
Phone:
Date:
12th January 2019
Cost:
Free


PSFL League Tournament 4

A and B Teams

Venue: TBC  Possible The Score, Leyton, please confirm with contact!

Venue phone: TBC

Metro Contact: Gareth.jones@tottenhamhotspur.com

The Partially Sighted Football League ( PSFL League ) is the UK’s national league for partially sighted people and is organised by British Blind Sport.

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.

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

Quick link to  Metro’s Football Events

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 contact :Gareth.jones@tottenhamhotspur.com

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