Today, Lincoln City Foundation will be using the EFL Day of Disabilities to put all the disability programmes under the spotlight. The EFL Day of Disabilities has been timed to coincide with the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
All 72 EFL clubs have come together to showcase all of the positive work done within their communities to create an inclusive and supportive environment for their disabled supporters.
Lincoln City Foundation currently run programmes which are aimed at Down’s Syndrome Football, Pan Football and Inclusion Football.
Wednesdays (From 16th Jan)
8-14 years PAN Football Sincil Bank Stadium 3G
Inclusion Football (aimed at anyone who needs extra support mastering the basics) Deans Sport and Leisure Centre 5pm-6pm £2
Down Syndrome Active Football 16+ Deans Sport and Leisure Centre 10:30am-11:30am £3
16+ PAN Football Deans Sport and Leisure Centre 11:30am-12:30pm £3
Saturdays (Fortnightly) Contact LCF for next date
2-7 Years Special Olympics Young Athletes Programme (Open to all) Multisport Style session 10am-11am £2
We are aspiring to create a similar framework to our football development programmes, where at any age, an individual has access to at least 1 session of physical activity per week. At the Foundation we have disability provision to cover every age.
We cater for every disability or impairment at every session, which everybody is welcome to. Our highly training coaches enable us to provide the highest quality training to help improve individuals social and physical development.
For more information on our disability programmes, contact Lincoln City Foundation’s Inclusion Officer, Mark Smith on firstname.lastname@example.org.