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Oxford City Casuals - football for children, young people and adults with special needs

Oxford City Casuals teams are a fun, friendly and safe pan-disability football club.  A friendly and welcoming club with enthusiastic coaches who are passionate about helping disabled children and adults have fun and play football. Equipment needed - football boots, shin pads and your favourite…

Oxford City Casuals teams are a fun, friendly and safe pan-disability football club.  A friendly and welcoming club with enthusiastic coaches who are passionate about helping disabled children and adults have fun and play football.

Equipment needed - football boots, shin pads and your favourite sports kit.

Do we play tournaments or matches? Oxford City Casuals are part of the BOBI Football League which gives us the opportunity to play tournaments in the following places, Milton Keynes, Banbury, Marlow, Henley-on -Thames and of course at Oxford City Football Club. Every player gets to play.

This is a wonderful club run by a group of very committed volunteers who have a wealth of experience when working with children, young people and adults with special needs.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mark Heelis
Contact Position
Volunteer Manager
Telephone
07714 756917
E-mail
mark_heelis@hotmail.com
Website
Oxford City Casuals

Where to go

Name
Oxford City Football Club
Address
Court Place Farm
Marsh Lane
Headington
Oxford
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX3 0NQ

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Every Sunday
Time of day
Morning
Session Information
9.45am - 11.30am

Other Details

Additional Information

Providing services to
Disabled children/young people

Supporting people with
Physical disability
Hearing impairment
Visual impairment
Learning difficulty
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment

Last checked on 13/11/2017

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

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