Amputee Football for Children

Do you enjoy football? How about joining England Amputee Football Association?

Where possible England Amputee Football Association will engage with and direct new players, of any age, to a local club where they can access football at the level best suited to them. 

They support, co-ordinate and help set up new Amputee Football clubs or “turn up & play” sessions across the country and ensure that these teams provide recreational football and have access to competitive football as part of our development strategy. 

They also support the England Amputee National Squad, ensuring that the team can have access to training and receive funding support to participate in  European & World events. 

EAFA Mission Statement

“To promote and develop the sport of Amputee Football and the development of persons interested in the sport primarily across England, but not excluding Wales. EAFA will provide any person with an amputation, congenital deficiency, or other limb affecting disorder the opportunity to access Amputee Football at grassroots, club and national level. To maintain the charitable status of the organisation and provide funds to allow the above operations to function where required.”


The EAFA invite 5-16 year old amputees, the congenitally deficient or those without complete use of a limb to come along and try football in a fun, secure and friendly environment.

All sessions will be taken by EAFA dedicated and fully qualified FA licensed coaches on astroturf surfaces.

For more information contact England Amputee Football Association

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