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Disability From Grassroots to the Elite Game. There are now more opportunities than ever to play football if you have a disability. There has never been a better time to get involved, whatever your ability level. Within Essex our disability programme has continued to grow and we are leading the way in developing Soccability football initiatives across the county.
We welcome players who are able to cope physically, with good levels of spatial awareness, strong footballing ability, who can understand tactics and have a good level of physical strength and fitness.
Players with limited mobility, spatial awareness and fitness and basic or no footballing ability can also take part. This has taken place over a number of years and as a partner in this process Beacon Hill Rovers and its coaches have played a significant role. They began working with players, their carers and therapists in to provide coaching and practise when they might not otherwise be able to play football. Initially, coaching support was given to a group in Colchester, then expanded to include Braintree and Witham.
Partner football clubs in Clacton and Chelmsford followed suit as enthusiasm for the programme grew. The coaching programme delivered by Beacon Hill's FA licensed coaches, access to which is by clinical referral, is beneficial tothe players in a number of ways.
As well as physical activity and social interaction, it offers them the chance to learn and develop a variety of life skills. Consistent with Beacon Hill's approach to its coaching throughout the club, the programme seeks to provide access to football for all, irrespective of their abilities.
Up to twenty Healthy 4 Life Soccability players take part every week on the outdoor synthetic pitch at Bramston Sports Centre in Witham developing their football skills, and great progress has been made since the sessions began almost two years ago.
Playing in a league creates even more opportunities to have new and rewarding experiences. The next round of matches will take place in Colchester on Saturday 28th of November.
The teams will then travel to various grounds across the region to compete in four more match days before the season ends. To find out more about the teams, fixtures and results check out the Healthy 4 Life team page on the Beacon Hill website and if you can make it to any of the match days to support, the players and coaches would be delighted to see you.