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Bristol Rovers Community Trust currently run Disability Football sessions for young people with disabilities. We aim give young people the opportunity to play football in a fun inclusive environment which is catered for their needs. The sessions are led by the Trusts Community Coaches who create a fun and inclusive environment for all involved. 


The sessions are based at the brand new 6 million pound Lockleaze Sports Centre, Bonnington Walk, Lockleaze BS7 9XF. They will be on a Tuesday evening from 5-6pm during term time. The sessions are led by the Trusts Community Coaches who create a fun and inclusive environment for all involved. There will be 2 sessions running at the same time, one for primary ages (6-11) and the other for secondary ages (11-16). All sessions are free of charge.


These sessions offer young people with disabilities the opportunity to play football, keep fit and make new friends. It demonstrates our commitment to improving the opportunities for young people in the local area.


Feel free to register for these sessions and come along on the night to give it a go. Or for more info contact Matt Bennett via




It is the responsibility of each participant or their parent/guardian to inform Bristol Rovers Community Trust of any relevant information relating to the participant including medical info, food allergies, welfare issues etc. 

The Trust cannot be held liable for any incident that falls outside of our duty of care. As with all activity there is some risk of injury but participants take part at their own risk. 

The Trust does not take any responsibility for any items or valuables that are lost, damaged or stolen at our events. Participants bring such valuables at their own risk and have responsibility for their own belongings. 

At all Bristol Rovers Community Trust events photograph and video images may well be taken by officially appointed personnel. These may then be used on the Trust or Clubs media outlets. If any participants do not consent for this to occur then they will need to contact the Trust prior to the event.


The Kicks programme is designed to be open, turn up and play events. Participants are free to come in and out of the session when they wish and it is the participants, and their guardians, responsibility for their well being outside of the session. Bristol Rovers Community Trust cannot accept any responsibility for the participant if they choose to leave the session at any time.

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