FOOTBALL YOUR WAY
Other ways to get involved include:
There has never been a better time to get involved and play football, whatever your ability level. There are now more opportunities than ever to play football if you have a disability.
Berks & Bucks FA believe in flexible, inclusive, and accessible playing opportunities for everyone, and are committed to delivering a range of opportunities for disabled players to access football at various levels across the county.
The BOBi (Berkshire, Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Inclusive) League is a PAN-Disability league which offers disabled individuals the opportunity to play competitive football regularly.
The League has over 60 teams participating in divisions for adult males and females, in addition to several youth divisions including U12, U14 and U16’s. The League plays one central venue fixture a month which consists of teams playing between 4 and 6 games. For the 2023/24 season, there are a total of 7 central venues festivals with the season running from September to June, with a winter break.
For more information about the BOBi League including fixtures, registration information and contact details please visit their website
Thames Valley Inclusive Education League
The Thames Valley Inclusive Education League (TVIEL) is a football league for disabled players who are currently enrolled in Further Education (FE) or Higher Education (HE) institutions. This inclusive league provides a fun but competitive experience for disabled players to continue playing football throughout their studies.
The league is designed to provide a fun, enjoyable experience for players. Social interaction between students is as big a part of the league as the games themselves.
For more information about the Thames Valley Inclusive Education League and how to take part, please contact Rod Noble (Football Development Officer) via email.
Comets is a safe space for disabled children aged 5-11 to kickstart their football journey. Pan-disability is the largest format of disability football, which sees players with a broad range of impairments and health conditions play together.
Comets sessions provide a safe space for disabled children to play football, belong and just be themselves, allowing them to use their imagination to take them to a world where the possibilities are endless! More than anything, Comets is football that breaks the old rules and replaces them with a brand new one: JUST BE YOU!
If your club are interested in becoming a Comets provider in the future, please contact Rod Noble (Football Development Officer) via email.