www.theEAFA.co.uk  2009 - 2014                    





What Does EAFA Do?


Where possible EAFA will direct new players to a local club where they can access football. EAFA runs two projects: We support, co-ordinate and help set up new Amputee Football clubs across the country and ensure that these teams provide recreational football and have access to competitive football as part of our development strategy. We also support the National Team, by administering Great Britain Amputee Football. We ensure that the team can have access to training and receives funding support to go to European & World events.




EAFA Mission Statement:


"To promote and develop the sport of Amputee Football and the development of persons interested in the sport primarily across England, but not excluding Wales and Scotland.


EAFA will provide any person with an amputation, congenital deficiency, or other limb affecting disorder the opportunity to access Amputee Football at grassroots, club and national level.


To maintain the charitable status of the organisation and provide funds to allow the above operations to function where required."



EAFA Club Mission Statement:


"To provide regular footballing opportunities, under the guidance of EAFA, to local and regionally based amputees, or those affected by congenital and/or acquired limb disabilities without predjudice."




We can only do this with your kind support. So if you would like to help us provide this service and support our athletes at all levels please visit our online donation facility @ www.everyclick.com/amputeefootball and follow the simple donation instructions. While you are there read about all the hard work others have been doing to support the charity, or set up your own sponsored event on our behalf. Thanks for your support.








EAFA is registered with the Charity Commision of England & Wales


EAFA charity number 328551


We thank those who have support us in the past and we look forward to maintaining & creating new partners