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Don't Quit, Do It

Play Inclusive Football

We are proud to be teaming up with the Aston Villa Foundation to run a day dedicated to disability football and celebrating inclusivity on Wednesday 11 April. 

Aston Villa’s Disability Football Manager, Nigel Macrow will be running the sessions, which will include a crossbar challenge, penalty shoot-outs and plenty of information on the different types of football your child can enjoy. 

Our legal team will also be on hand to join in with the activities and as well as offering advice and information for the families and parents attending the event.  

The planned activity for the day includes: 

10am - Registration 
10.30am - Warm up 
11.15am - Shooting Session 
12pm - Crossbar Challenge 
12.30pm - Lunch 
1.15pm - Round Robin Matches

The inclusive football day will run from 10.30am to 3pm and will be held at:

PlayFootball Birmingham,
20 Great King Street North, 
B19 2LF

If you’d like to attend or would like more information then please contact Nigel on 0121 3261 516. Alternatively you can find out more about the Aston Villa Foundation here

Please note this session is not suitable for wheelchair users, however if you would like more information on wheelchair friendly sessions please contact debbi.rawson@avfc.co.uk 

If you’d like to find out more about our commitment to supporting inclusive sport and how it helps with our client’s rehabilitation then please contact emma.rush@irwinmitchell.com

Don't Quit, Do It 

There are 12 million people with disabilities in the UK but only one in six takes part in sport regularly and we want this to change.

Due to the work we do with people who have suffered life changing injuries, as well as those who support and care for them, we recognise the psychological, social and rehabilitative benefits that physical activity and playing sport can have.

Our Don’t Quit, Do It campaign showcases the many benefits of sport in helping people recover from serious injuries and other major traumas in their lives.

To find out more click here.