Cambridge United Community Trust

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To see all the disability sport sessions currently provided please see the list at the bottom of this page.

Cambridge United does an excellent job of providing opportunities for thousands of young people to play sport every week. However, there are some groups that require a little more expertise; this is where our Community Trust is so important. One of these groups are those with disabilities. Cambridge United Community Trust has run football sessions for those with cerebral palsy and Down's syndrome for over a year, but we recognise that this is scratching the surface, and that there is a lot more to be done.

We also deliver football sessions to classes in special schools around Cambridgeshire, which is a natural offshoot of our School Sport programme. These are all significant steps towards our goal of being able to provide the opportunity to play sport to every person in Cambridgeshire, regardless of age, gender, ability or any other characteristic.

Please email for more information on any of these opportunities, or to explore how you or your company could help support our work, please contact Ben Szreter, CEO Cambridge United Community Trust at

See the video below to hear from some of our regular participants


Each disability football session is free to attend for each participants first two weeks and then the cost is £3 per participant per session.

Disability Football Festival

Cambridge United Community Trust are excited to announce we will be working in partnership with Histon Hornets Football club to hold our annual Disability Football Festival for school age children. The festival takes place alongside the Histon Hornets football tournament each July at Impington Village College. Young people have the opportunity to engage in fun football sessions designed to meet the needs of every level of participant and to take part in matches.

For more information on any of these sessions please contact Phil Mullen at

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