The Leyton Orient Trust Disability Inclusion programme enables children with any disability to participate in regular coaching sessions in a safe and enjoyable environment. Through quality structured training sessions with specialist coaches, our programmes encourage disabled players of all abilities to develop their health and independence and realise their full potential. 

Leyton Orient Trust run a number of different sessions in partnership with NELFT for young people with developmental coordination disorder. dyspraxia and Cerebral Palsy, In addition to this, pan disability sessions are also running on a weekly basis with all of the above sessions running at SCORE. For more information on how to be referred onto these sessions, please contact Phillip Smith (details at bottom of this page).

We are also pleased to be able to host the London Regional Partially Sighted & Deaf Futsal Centre of Excellence, London Regional Player Development Centre and London Regional Cerebral Palsy Football Centre of Excellence all run by Tottenham Hotspur.

London Regional Cerebral Palsy Football Centre of Excellence 

Venue: Score Sports Centre, Oliver Road, London, E10 5JY
Time: 10.00 - 12.00
Day: Saturday
Age group: 12+

Backgrounds / Aims
The regional centre of excellence for cerebral palsy football aims to develop footballers who have cerebral palsy and/or an acquired brain injury to progress onto national emerging talent camps, England Development Squads and the full senior squads including Team GB.

London Regional Partially Sighted & Deaf Futsal Centre of Excellence 

Venue: Score Sports Centre, Oliver Road, London, E10 5JY
Time: 12.00 - 14.00
Day: Saturday
Age group: 12 - 16

Background / Aims
The regional centre of excellence for partially sighted and deaf footballers aims to develop players to progress onto national emerging talent camps, England Development Squads and the full Senior squads.

For any enquiries regarding the centres of excellence, please contact Dan Slaughter from Tottenham
Email: dan.slaughter@tottenhamhotspur.com
Telephone: 020 8365 5138

 

Leyton Orient Trust offers inclusive coaching sessions within mainstream and SEN schools. Sports, health and education programmes are provided to the community based on the belief that engagement through sport develops more than just sports skills. We aim to use the power of sport to encourage as many young people as possible every year to get active, stay healthy and partake in positive activities. Our programmes aim to offer quality sport and personal development to local communities regardless of age, race, gender or ability. As part of this and in addition to our standard coaching sessions, we are able to deliver 'playdagogy' sessions to support raise awareness and understanding of disability between pupils.

For more information on Leyton Orient Trust disability programmes, please contact: enquiries@leytonorienttrust.org.uk or call 020 8556 5973.