Special Needs Football program headlines at NWSWF


North West Sydney Women’s Football Association (NWSWF) with the support of the City of Ryde is continuing a special needs football program in 2015.
The inclusive football program “PINK” is for women & girls with specific needs and welcomes players of all abilities.
This program aims to provide an opportunity for females in the Sydney metropolitan region who have a physical, intellectual and/or developmental disability to participate in the sport of football.
The PINK Football4All team will have the opportunity to learn football skills, make new friends and play other NWSWF teams in a modified format.
The coaches will ensure that the program is tailored to meet the specific needs of players.
NWSWF has always created an environment that enables players to join in to the fullest of their abilities in the spirit of inclusion, tolerance and fair play. The program commenced last season with 12 players registering from various localities and received positive feedback from all involved.
Commencing: Sunday 19th April, 2015 (10 weeks except the June Long weekend – concludes Sunday 28th June)
Time: 11:45am – 1pm
Venue: Morrison Bay Park, Frances Rd, Putney
Cost: Free
Bookings: Register your interest by 22 March on 0409 154 090 or email nwswf@bigpond.com (late registrations accepted).
Parking: Available in car parks and on-street parking on Frances Rd.
Suitability: Women and girls (aged 6 years and over) with physical, intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Parent/carer/guardian must be in attendance.
No previous experience necessary. Beginners welcome.
For more information visit the North West Sydney Women’s Football Association website.