Further information regarding the Inclusion programme at Birmingham City Football Club can be found below
Key contact: Chantel Hunter firstname.lastname@example.org 0121 202 5210
Key contact – 0121 202 5291
What is it? What is it? The PAN disability team launched in August 2018 and there are currently two adult and one junior team (u13) available to join. The sessions offer the opportunity to play for BCFC’s PAN disability team, however, the sessions are also open to participants who wish to train but not play in matches.
Who can take part? Players of all genders and abilities who have a disability which may prevent them from participating in mainstream football. Both teams compete against professional, semi-professional and grassroots clubs from across the West Midlands. If you are new to football or are looking to get back into the game this is the team for you!
When and where?
Juniors 5pm-6.30pm – Wednesdays – Small Heath Well Being Centre
Adults 6.30pm-8pm – Wednesday – Small Heath Well Being Centre
Fixtures – 12pm – Sunday – Birmingham Ability Counts League - Played once a month
All you need to know: Kicks is a national Premier League campaign aimed at inspiring young people to get active in their local communities. The campaign not only provides sporting opportunities but also offers the opportunity to gain qualifications, voluntary work and other experiences. All sessions are open to all genders and abilities for those aged 8-19 and are free to attend.
When are sessions running?
Monday – 5-6pm - Rockwood Academy
Tuesday – 6-7pm – Small Heath Well Being Centre
Thursday – 6-8pm – Moseley School Health and Fitness Centre
Friday – 5-7pm – Moseley School Health and Fitness Centre
Friday – 5.30-7pm – Balaam Wood School
Community Football Sessions – Cars Area Together:
What is it? Community Trust have teamed up with Cars Area Together Community in Smiths Wood to deliver fun and enjoyable activities for local young people in the West Midlands. The session is a free, turn up and play activity.
Who can attend? The football based sessions are suitable for children aged 8-16 years of all abilities with a focus on achieving an active and healthy lifestyle through sport.
When can you get involved? Thursday – 5pm -7pm – Northern House School