Coundon Court Football Club is a much recognised and decorated Football Association Charter Standard Community Club.
They have fun sessions that provide opportunities for anyone with a disability aged between 4 and 16 who want to develop their skill, knowledge and performance in football.
Sessions are designed for all players between 5 and 16. They can cater for players who use crutches, canes or walkers.
Sessions are outdoors.
Coundon Court Football club meets all the requirements and the highest level of standards laid down by the Football Association to provide a safe environment for children to learn and play football. All their coaches are volunteers and have the relevant FA qualifications, including child protection and emergency aid and are fully CRB checked.
Coventry Sports and Leisure Centre have taken reasonable steps that customers with disabilities are able to access all of their venues and enjoy the activities on offer.
Specific activities have been arranged in certain instances for customers with disabilities (ie swimming) where additional staff are on hand to assist if required. Otherwise, fully integrated use of the facilities is encouraged in other activities on offer (ie Arena Health & Fitness Centre).
Those with a hearing impairment can contact the Coventry Sports Trust on (024) 7625 2527. A hearing loop is installed at the reception desk at Coventry Sports & Leisure Centre to assist you on your visit. Please enquire at the reception point which displays the hearing loop sign.
Sky Blues in the Community is part of the Coventry City Football Club.
They are committed to providing opportunities to a wide range of communities within Coventry and Warwickshire.
The term ‘Inclusion’ covers a wide spectrum, but for Sky Blues in the Community it is about providing opportunities for members of our community to take part in sport or personal development opportunities who may not normally get the chance.
The club’s community team have converted two hospitality boxes at the Ricoh Arena into a quiet viewing room and a separate sensory space, where adults and children with autism and other disabilities can watch the action whilst being shielded from loud noise and bright lights.
Project Rugby currently engages with participants aged 14+ (and 16+ for disabled people) and is delivered by Wasps Community Coaching staff at several locations across Coventry, Birmingham & The West Midlands, providing accessible opportunities for people to participate in the game at a time and place that can be easily accessed by participants.