Able Too United, an East Staffordshire based disabled football team, will be making history this weekend by playing in the inaugural FA ‘Disability’ Cup.

Able Too United have been drawn in the Northern Section of the competition and play Boston United Positive Pilgrims on Sunday 24th March, kick off 1.30pm at St George’s Park, FA National Football Centre.

The club who are supported by the Able Too Forum, East Staffordshire Borough Council and B

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urton Albion Community Trust are overjoyed at being selected to represent Staffordshire in this competition and win lose or draw will fully enjoy the occasion.

The match is being played on the David Beckham pitch, at St George’s Park with a 1.30pm kick off and admission is free.

Councillor Bernard Peters, Deputy Leader for Service Commissioning, said: “The Council is committed to providing sporting opportunities to everyone in our community and it’s fantastic to see how successful and popular Able Too United has become. To be accepted into the first FA ‘Disability Cup’ is testament to the success of Able Too United and I wish them the best of luck in their match this Sunday.”

If you would like any further information about Able Too United or the FA Cup fixture, please contact Neil Brown on 01283 508192 or

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