Days: SaturdaysDates: 17th February – March 23rd (6 weeks)Time: 10:00am-11:00amVenue: English ParkCost - Free
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Power Chair Football - Have a go day:Date: Sunday 10th MarchTime: 12:00pm-2:00pmVenue: Avon HubCost: Free
Days: MondaysDates: 12th February – 18th March (6 weeks)Time: 4:15pm-5:30pmVenue: United Sport Centre Cost: Free
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What is Adaptive Football?
Adaptive football provides an inclusion, fun and safe environment for people with physical or mental impairments and we work with a number of organisations to support opportunities for all. Mainland Football run weekly sessions for tamariki including outdoor and indoor venues throughout the year.
Keen to volunteer and support Adaptive Football within our region?
We are always looking for volunteers, coaches and good people to get involved and support Adaptive Football and sporting opportunities for all.
Email Josh.Dray@mff.nz to find out volunteering opportunities available!
Adaptive Football Key Partners
The Halberg Foundation aims to enhance the lives of physically disabled New Zealanders through sport and recreation.
A not-for-profit organisation, focusing on people with physical or visual impairments. Parafed Canterbury offer a variety of programmes and services to members including Para sports programmes, adaptive equipment, sports wheelchairs and children’s after-school programmes.
Sunshine Football provides a year-round programme, for children and young adults, is designed to provide footballing and regular exercise opportunities for players with developmental delays including those with Down Syndrome and Autism.
A sports club for people with an intellectual disability but it provides athletes with far more than the physical benefits of sport. It’s about fun, friendships and team spirit; it’s about a feeling of belonging and ultimately improving quality of life