Last updated : Monday, 08 April 2024

Dorset Inclusion Football Hub

The Dorset Inclusion Football Hub is an amateur football league in Dorset, England, that provides opportunities for people of all abilities to play football.

The league was founded in 2019 by a group of volunteers who wanted to create a more inclusive environment for football in Dorset. The league currently has over 50 teams, including teams for people with disabilities, mental health conditions, and learning difficulties.


Dorset Inclusion Football Hub action

The Dorset Inclusion Football Hub has two divisions: the Lulworth Division and the Durdle Door Division. The Lulworth Division is for teams of players with disabilities, while the Durdle Door Division is for teams of players without disabilities.

The league also has a number of cup competitions, including the Dorset Inclusion Cup and the Dorset Inclusion Super Cup.

Venues Dorset Inclusion Football Hub match

The Dorset Inclusion Football Hub matches are played at a variety of venues across Dorset, including:

  • The Marsh Playing Fields, Weymouth
  • Dorchester Town Football Club
  • The Purbeck Leisure Centre, Wareham
  • The Blackmore Vale Community Sports Hub, Shaftesbury


For more information about the Dorset Inclusion Football Hub, please visit their website:

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