The Scottish FA Disability Football Roadshow continues on its travels this month with a session at St Peter the Apostle High School in Clydebank on Saturday 20 March between 10am and 12 noon.

This is a joint Dunbartonshire initiative, and is being run in conjunction with the Sports Development Departments of both Local Authorities.

Players of all levels of ability with a disability will have the opportunity to play football in a safe and fun environment under the watchful eye of our fully qualified Coaches.

The Roadshow programme is part of the campaign to promote the European Championships for players with cerebral palsy and acquired brain injury to be held in Glasgow in August 2010. The Championships are being organised by the Scottish FA in partnership with Scottish Disability Sport.

An invitation is extended to non wheelchair players with a physical, sensory or learning disability age 8 years to adult to attend. The session will be delivered indoors by Scottish FA coaches.

If you wish more information about the Dunbartonshire Roadshow please contact Greig Taylor, Scottish FA/ Scottish Disability Sport Asst National Football Development Officer on :

or on

tel: 0131 317 1130

mob: 07883227833