You may be an enthusiastic grassroots player who likes nothing more than a kick about with your friends or you might have ambitions to develop your game and play elite football. Either way, Surrey FA’s ethos of ‘Football for All’ means we aim to provide everyone with a disability an opportunity to participate in football, be it as a player, coach, referee or in any other area of the game.
At Surrey FA we are proud to host a thriving PAN-Disability league- The Surrey Football For All League- which caters for a wide range of impairments, and was voted Charter Standard League of the Year for the 2015/16 season. We also have The Surrey Community League for Mental Health, the South East Regional Talent Centre for Cerebral Palsy, and impairment-specific opportunities such as Crystal Palace's Powerchair Football.
For any information or if you want to get involved, please contact Tamsyn Woodman at firstname.lastname@example.org or have a look at one of the links below.
We are delighted to announce that we have launched the Surrey FA Disability Blog, written by footballers with a disability and influential figures in disability football. Click here for details.