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  • Writer's pictureMichael Barritt



The Ards F.C Disability squad is expanding and needs more volunteer helpers. The fledgling team have been successful on the pitch securing the runners-up spot in the I.F.A Disability Championship in 2022 and they were also runners up in the recent George Best Community Cup which featured teams from the United Kingdom and Ireland. This success has attracted more players and consequently more volunteers are needed as it is hoped to start a second team next season. There are various ways of helping, so if you have some spare time and would like to get involved, contact Michael McShane at for more information. See below for more details.

  • Experience working with people with learning disability and/or Autism is desirable but not essential.

  • Volunteer coaches do not need any specific football coaching qualifications although desirable. Support can be offered for those seeking to undertake disability football coaching accreditation.

  • The Disability section are seeking volunteers for evening and weekend involvement. Volunteers must be willing to undertake an enhanced Access NI.

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