The Liverpool CFA Ability Counts leagues continues to create new opportunities for disabled players to play competitive football.
The league works unlike any other league within the county and operates purely on a festival basis, where teams come to central venues across the county over the season to compete. The results from each festival are collated and added to previous festival results to produce league tables and overall winners.
One of the elements it shares with the traditional mainstream leagues are that players are put into divisions due to their ability and not disability; this, therefore sees players with different impairments playing together and against each other in what is known as PAN disability.
For more information about disability football competitions please contact Mark Horlick.