Last updated : 04/08/2023 22:13:29
Wellington Disability Development Team are a Disability football team.
The team is from England, United Kingdom and play in the Somerset Ability Counts League Info.
Wellington Disability Development Team Football
The Wellington Disability Development Team is a friendly group of footballers who train every Monday night at Castle School in Taunton from 7pm to 8pm. The team is open to all abilities and ages, and players are welcome to come along and try it out for free.
The team is led by Jason Fox, who has been involved in disability football for many years. Jason is passionate about providing opportunities for people with disabilities to play football, and he has helped to develop the team into a successful force in the Somerset Ability Counts League.
The Wellington Disability Development Team has won several trophies in recent years, and they are always looking for new players to join the squad. If you are interested in playing football, or if you know someone who might be interested, please contact Jason Fox on 07477 100529.
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Somerset Ability Counts League
The Somerset Ability Counts League is a football league for people with disabilities. The league was founded in 2005, and it now has over 20 teams competing in different divisions. The league is affiliated to the Somerset FA, and it provides a great opportunity for people with disabilities to play football and make new friends.
The Somerset Ability Counts League is a great way to get involved in football if you have a disability. The league is open to all abilities, and there are teams for all ages. The league is also very welcoming and inclusive, and it is a great way to meet new people and make friends.
If you are interested in playing football in the Somerset Ability Counts League, please visit the league's website for more information.Somerset Ability Counts League website