With new coaches Jordan, Paul, Andy and Callum all joining the team they are hopeful of following previous years of success. This success including the Championship team winning the Chelsea F.C disability tournament which meant they got the privilege to play on the hallowed turf and come the end of the tournament lift the trophy. Not to forget the Prem Pink team winning the local Lancing Disability league and The Prem yellow team winning the League round cup. The boys are keen to continue this success.

The side consists of 20 plus lads with all different types of disabilities with amazing team bond who are always looking for a new challenge. They started training for the upcoming season on the 26th of July.

The Sussex disability league is the only one of its kind in the county. Worthing will be taking on four teams making them the second highest contributor in the league joint with 1066 specials and only trailing to Albion in the community. The Pan Disability league means that player with all types disabilities can take part.

We spoke to Jade Harker who is the football development officer specifically for disabled football at Sussex FA. Jade was delighted at Worthing getting involved, “it’s great to see local mainstream clubs getting involved with and supporting disability football right here in Sussex”.

Jade also expressed her delight at Worthing entering four teams, “Worthing will be supporting four teams who will compete in the Sussex Disability league and I believe this is a section of the club that will flourish”.

Worthing FC Inclusive team are always looking for new members and the sessions are open to anyone over the age of 18 with any form of disability.

If you would like to join or want some more information on joining please do not hesitate to contact worthingfcinclusive@gmail.com.