Football For All

Our main objective for Football For All is to make sure that the sport of football is welcoming and inclusive to all members of our society in Northern Ireland.

Football For All

Our main objective for Football For All is to make sure that the sport of football is welcoming and inclusive to all members of our society in Northern Ireland.  We work closely with the Irish FA and Disability Sport NI who support our Frame Football project that originated from Richard Seedhouse who created the program in the Midlands, England.

We provide many other great opportunities to get involved in football regardless of ability or your age!
 
After School Football

TW Sports can offer your school an after school club.  From only £25 per pupil we will offer a 6 week course.  Sessions will be operated by our qualified coaches who will provide quality coaching and fun games.  We can even organise the application forms and have them divided out for each class saving your school time.  Our program can operate all year round.

The majority of schools we have been delivering an after school program have enjoyed our services for over 10 years!  As a thank you to the schools that support us throughout the year we can offer our services at school events or offer FREE prizes for school fairs.

We can offer tailor made packages for Nursery School groups, Primary School age or Secondary Schools.  We also work with independent organisations from Sure Start to Church and youth group organisations.

For more details please contact Tim Wareing on, 07740120788 or complete the form below.


Frame Football
 

Frame Football was first launched in England in 2013 and provides the opportunity for children who are unable to walk unaided but do not require a wheelchair to play football. Many of these children use a walker style frame for mobility. These children cannot play in mainstream football because of the safety regulations. Frame Football brings them together to play an adapted game that suits their needs.

The Irish FA believe in creating opportunities for those with a disability to play the beautiful game.  Let Them Play is the strapline of the new Youth Strategy and this Frame Football Programme will enable those children to play the game.

Irish FA Development Manager for Disability Football, Alan Crooks, is very positive about this new initiative in Northern Ireland.  He commented, “Frame Football is a great example of how ‘Let Them Play’ is having a positive impact on the kids in Northern Ireland. We hope that with the awareness raised and support from Colin Murray that Frame Football will take off in our wee country.”

Local club, TW Braga, facilitate Frame Football in Northern Ireland.  They have seen great development in the children taking part in the classes from a skill point of view along with their endurance.  The classes are always looking new faces so if you’re interested please get in touch with us! 

VenueDayTime
University of Ulster, ColeraineSunday1-2.30pm (fortnightly)

Lads & Dads / Daughters & Mums
 
We work in partnership with schools and community organisations to support positive family relationships by giving dads, male carers and their sons the opportunity to play football together.  We extend this to also offer separate classes for mums and their daughters!

It's competitive but fun, and the shared experiences create great family memories that last a lifetime.   If you’re interested in TW Sports operating a Lads & Dads / Daughters & Mums event at your venue simply complete the form below.

TW Sports provides a weekly class of Lads & Dads / Daughters & Mums.  You can get involved by completing the form below or contacting 07740120788.

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Ormeau Park 3GSunday1-2pm

Back in the Game
 
Back in the Game is aimed at keeping people aged over 35 involved with football.  Though based on association football, the key difference in the rules, from standard football, is that if a player runs then they concede a free kick to the other side.  This restriction, together with a ban on slide tackles, is aimed both at avoiding injuries and facilitating the playing of the sport by those who are physically disadvantaged.  The manner in which the sport is played promotes cardiovascular fitness whilst producing the least stress on the body.  It also assists participants maintain an active lifestyle.

We provide a weekly class of Back in the Game.  You can get involved by completing the form below or contacting 07740120788.

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Ormeau Park 3GSunday1-2pm

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