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The FA’s pathway is very much a dual pathway whereby players are encouraged to play wherever they are most challenged, whether that be in mainstream football or disability football. England’s Para Football is designed to run in PARAllel with mainstream football.

What is Para Football?

Para Football is designed to give players with specific impairments chance to develop and improve. Whether players are currently in mainstream football or just having a kick about with their mates, Para Football gives players the opportunity to dream big.

We are proud to be hosting Lincolnshire's England Talent ID day, giving players a chance to join the FA's England pathway and play for England.

Any questions? Email football@lincolncityfoundation.co.uk

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England Talent ID Day

The England Talent Day is the entry point to the FA Disability Pathway. The day will consist of a two-hour football session, hosted by Lincoln City Foundation's fully qualified coaches.


 

We are inviting footballers with the following disabilities:

  • Partially Sighted (male and female) B4 and B5 (goalkeepers may be fully sighted or partially sighted)

  • Cerebral Palsy (male and female) FT1-FT3

  • Deaf (male and female) Must have a hearing loss of 55DB min in their better ear to qualify to play

 

 

Following the Talent Day, players may then be selected and invited to join their respective impairment specific Regional Talent Hubs for the season. Age groups are 7 - 11 and 12 -16 years old.

Register for the day with the FA below.

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