Our disability projects aim to connect, support, and empower people with disabilities in our community to be physically and socially active.


We provide positive experiences through sport and leisure, supporting a more active and healthier lifestyle.


We also work with children and young people in educational settings, inspiring them to try new recreational and competitive opportunities in a safe and Inclusive environment.


Our projects include:

Bolton Wanderers Disability Football Club – providing regular training and competitive match opportunities for both children and adults with disabilities.


Healthy Goals for Life – improving health, wellbeing and sporting ability through weekly Inclusive Sports sessions, competitions, and workshops.


Bolton Super 1s – improving confidence and independence through Cricket coaching and competitive matches, in partnership with Lancashire Cricket Foundation.


Every Player Counts – raising participation levels in disability football for those aged 5 to 16 years.


Panathlon Challenge – Hosting a program of competitive sporting events for children with disabilities and special educational needs to represent their school at local, county, and regional levels.


“I’ve never been in a competition for school before. Now I have a gold medal around my neck and it’s amazing and its mind blowing! My head hurts and my heart are pounding”.

For more information contact

Disability Football Development Officer
Nathan Saint – nsaint@bwitc.org.uk

Disability Development Officer
Debbie Davies –

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