A community sports group offering football training sessions for disabled young people are looking for new candidates.

Herts Youth Inclusive Football are offering a series of weekly football tuition slots to youngsters with disabilities at Hemel Hempstead School.

Watford Observer:

Supported by the Watford Community Sports & Education Trust, Herts FA and Kids in Sport, sessions will run from five to 6pm every Tuesday at the school, until July 10. 

The Inclusive committee, which was formed by volunteers, parents and coaches in 2016 aims to create opportunities for players of all abilities and inclusive teams to get involved in football and play matches.

Sessions are open to girls and boys aged 8 -18 years. 

Other teams providing inclusive football include Bedwell Rangers, St Albans City Youth, Harpenden Colts and Everett Rovers.

Watford Observer:

Herts Youth Inclusive Football secretary, Tracy Light, said: “The ultimate aim is for every grassroots football club in Herts to run inclusive football teams offering all players of all abilities a chance to play - girls and boys.”
For more information hertsyouthinclusivefootball.org #inclusivefootball