Adult Disability Football

Notts FA and NDFF offer a comprehensive pathway for adults with a disability to play football, from beginners who just want to play football for fun, to elite players representing the county in league competitions. We have an opportunity for everyone to get involved.

Ability Counts Football League

Do you want to take part in our day time league and have fun? Why not join one of our Ability Counts teams?

The teams are flexible from 2v2 to 5v5 dependant on numbers and compete in 2 monthly leagues

One North based at Dukeries Leisure Centre and one South based at South Nottingham College!

The teams are open to any one over the age of 16 and play on a monthly basis throughout the season in a fun football environment.

Positive Goals

Our Football League for Mental Health Service users is one of our most popular events in the county.

Now in its fourth season the league boasts 10 teams and over 150 players with Mental Health issues.

Funded and Support by the NHS the league has been used a intervention to improve the health and well being of all its players and has received recognition and praise from many health experts.

The League runs on a monthly basis in a competitive environment based at Powerleague on a Thursday afternoon.

Ultimate Play League

New for 2012 the Ultimate Play League is a chance for you and your friends to join up, socialise and play against others in a safe and relax environment.

Taking place at South Notts College on a Saturday Morning the UPL is a flexible league that players can enter teams in and play quick fire matches, while receiving coaching and support from Notts County's Football in the Community Staff.

More information and dates will follow but please register your interest with either Notts County FITC or Notts FA today.

If you would like to join any of the above activities please contact the office:

0115 9837406

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