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Last updateSun, 06 Nov 2016 10am

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FAI establishes an Inclusive Supporters Club (FAIISC)

The Football Association of Ireland, through their Football For All programme has established a new supporters club in partnership with all disability governing bodies throughout the country.

The FAI's Football for All programme supports in excess of 3,900 players nationwide every year in cooperation with our programme partners, Special Olympics Ireland, Association of Irish Powerchair Football, Football for All Schools, Irish Deaf Sports, Irish Blind Sports, Cerebral Palsy Sport Ireland, Irish Wheelchair Sport, National Learning Network / Rehab Care, Street Leagues Ireland, Down Syndrome Ireland, Dyspraxia Ireland, Acquired Brain Injuries Ireland/Headway and Amputee Ireland. The Football for All programme improves opportunities for players with a disability to enjoy football at over 40 venues throughout the country.


The Irish Deaf football team

For many, the phrase 'it's just a game' is an adage to live by when dealing with football. After a major disappointment, like a relegation or a heartbreaking loss, we are often told that, in reality, football is not the most important thing in life, even if that late goal or that blatant handball may make happiness seem a distant memory. But football is, in many cases, more than that; football can be the impetus for change in society, and can create social opportunities beyond a joyous group of supporters enjoying themselves in the post match pub. Football to many is not just a 90 minute distraction, but a way to change one’s life.



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