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  • Become a Member of the Disability Football Development Group

    The Football Association have made a £1.5 million investment into disability football across the country with the goal of encouraging people to engage more with the sport. The County FA is particularly keen on involving players, parents and carers who would like to take part in a football development group for the region.

  • Paces Family Fun Day & Five-a-Side Football Tournament

    Register for the tournament or simply enjoy all the activities at this fun day for all the family on 18th June raising money for Paces in celebration of their 20th anniversary year.

  • Disability Football Talent Identification Day

    On the 15th April 2017, Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA will be hosting a Disability Talent Day for 11-16year olds. If you have a talent for football, and you have one of the listed impairments, then this could be for you.

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