Action in the B1 League for blind football


From grassroots to the elite game, whether you're a coach or a player,  here is how you can take part in disability football


Disability Football is high on the agenda in West Riding with West Riding County FA and its partners working closely together providing Football for All.

We are committed to enabling all players to play our national sport and providing opportunities for people who want to become involved in the many different areas of football. We strive to ensure all those involved reach their potential as a player, coach, referee, administrator or volunteer.

With many changes within the structure of local authorities and funding streams, it is vital that we work together and look to gain sustainability for the future development and provision of disability football.

In addition to the support offered to clubs and providers, we work closely with the West Riding Ability Counts League, the Good Mood League, Schools, Further and Higher Education providers and key partners to ensure that there is a wide range of playing opportunities for players with disabilities and a clear pathway for progression.

West Riding County FA are keen to support Clubs who would like to become accessible to people with disabilities or those Clubs who would like to establish a team for players with a variety of disabilities.

Journey to Inclusion

Disability Training & Toolkit For Clubs

If your club is looking to establish opportunities for people with disabilities, you’re in the right place! 

We’ll be hosting a training event here at West Riding FA (Date TBC) in addition to a Super Event hosted at St George’s Park on the 10th December.

You can register your interest for either event via the links below.

West Riding FA Local Event – via this link

Super Event @ St George’s Park – via this link

To download a copy of the disability toolkit to support your club, or for more information, please click below:

disability training