ENGLAND AMPUTEE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION
If you would like to start playing amputee football then please email the Football Development Officer. If you have a question about the work we are doing or a coaching related enquiry, please contact our Technical Director. For questions about the charity itself please contact the Chairman. If you would like to make a donation or would like to raise funds on EAFA's behalf, then please contact our Fundraising Co-ordinator.
We look forward to hearing from you, but please be patient if it takes some time to answer your questions, as all staff are volunteers.
The England Amputee Football Association trustees & staff:
Chairman: Steve Johnson
Vice Chairman & FDO: Dave Tweed
Secretary & Head Coach: Pete Wild
Trustees: Tom Jordan & Adam Temple
Junior Coach: Dawn Georgeson
Development Coaches: Joel Callister & Owen Coyle Jnr
About the Chairman
After losing his leg Steve Johnson discovered amputee football which helped him turn his life around. Three World Cups and a Hall Of Fame induction later, Steve takes great pleasure in chairing the England Amputee Football Association charity and promoting the sport to others in the hope that they get the same enjoyment and success that he has.
Contact Steve: chairman@theEAFA.co.uk
Steve receiving his Hall of Fame induction in 2008
About the Head Coach
Pete Wild has worked in football coaching for many years and took up his role as GBAF coach in the middle of 2011, prior to that Pete was involved in supporting Lancs & Mersey Amputee FC. As a Social Inclusion officer for Lancashire FA Pete has lots of experience in development and coaching around both able-bodied & disability sport. As Head Coach Pete will be responsible for the GBAF national squad and supporting EAFA staff in delivering development sessions.
Contact Pete: coach@theEAFA.co.uk
For general enquiries please contact:
EAFA Football Development - email Dave Tweed: fdo@theEAFA.co.uk
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