Walking Football for people with disabilities – Peterborough United Foundation

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These inclusive walking football sessions are open to adults age 18+ with visible and non-visible disabilities. Peterborough United Foundation is the charity arm of the Peterborough United Football Club.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • It gives people of all abilities the chance to engage with fun activities
  • It gives the opportunity to create new friends
  • It is a chance to focus and engage with positive and supportive staff who are there to help and listen

Watch some of one of the walking football sessions:

These inclusive sessions are specifically designed to support individuals (18+) with additional needs and requirements due to having a disability (both visible and non-visible). However, the benefits extend far beyond the physical pitch, as sessions can offer remarkable social advantages, providing participants with the chance to connect with others, cultivate new friendships, and create positive energy within a team environment.

What to expect

To book, email or phone Emily Purbrick; she can also answer any questions you have.

Upon arrival you will need to sign in with Emily or another PUF staff member.

Carers are welcome to attend, they can join in or just watch. There are benches to sit on just outside the pitch fence.

More information

The sessions take place Fridays 10 – 11am. There is plenty of free parking in the car park outside the centre.

These sessions are free.

See how to enter the Community Centre grounds and find the football pitches:

How to contact

Where to go

Nene Valley Community Centre
Candy Street

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