Risborough Rangers Pan-Disability Football

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Risborough Rangers Junior Football Club have a Pan-Disability football group for 6-12 year old boys and girls.

Mike Bushell, the BBC sports presenter, is the team's Patron.  The team are also part of the BOBI League which holds 6 tournaments throughout the year. The group gives children with disabilities the opportunity to play football at a level where they can feel comfortable participating and, above all, in having fun while they do so.

In football terms, pan-disability refers to individuals with different disabilities all participating together. This includes those with learning difficulties, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, with ADHD, global development delay, having hearing or sight impairment, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, Down’s or Tourette’s syndrome, dwarfism/restricted growth, amputees with or without prostheses as well as other disabilities that impact on their sporting performance. Unfortunately it does not include those who are blind or in a wheelchair. 

The RRJFC Pan-disability team for boys and girls aged 6-12 trains every Saturday morning from 9.15am – 10.30am. Come along for a free "taster" session.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Melanie Timberlake or Ben Marman
Mel - 07495 516 241 or Ben - 07947 044 360 Mel - 07495 516 241 or Ben - 07947 044 360
melanietimberlake@googlemail.com or marmanbenj@hotmail.com
Risborough Rangers Pan-disability team
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Where to go

Princes Risborough Community Centre
Indoor Sports hall
Stratton Road
Princes Risborough
HP27 9AX
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Age Ranges
6-12 year olds

Additional Information

Providing services to
Disabled children/young people
Supporting people with
Physical disability
Hearing impairment
Vision impairment
Learning difficulty
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment


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