Disability sport

Disability sport ranges from entry level to international competition but there is a sport and a place for everyone.

Find out about sports events in your area.

Disability sport organisations and websites

  • ABLEize has a directory of sports and recreation websites for disabled people.
  • Activity Alliance (previously known as the English Federation of Disability Sport) works with disabled people to make active lives possible.
  • Accessible Countryside for Everyone promotes sport and recreation for disabled people, specifically for wheelchair users, or organisations that encourage inclusion and participation.
  • British Paralympic Association is a registered charity responsible for selecting, funding and managing Britain's teams at the Paralympic Games and Paralympic Winter Games. They also operate talent identification days to find the disabled sporting stars of the future.
  • Boccia England is a sport designed for athletes with severe impairments.
  • CP Sport England and Wales promotes and seeks to increase sport and physical recreational opportunities for disabled people, especially those with cerebral palsy.
  • Disability Snowsport UK offers opportunities for disabled people to take part in snowsports.
  • Disability Sport Wales There are hundreds of clubs across Wales offering disability-specific or disability-inclusive sport opportunities. Find the ones that suit you.
  • Doing Sport Differently is a guide to exercise and fitness for people living with disability or health conditions.
  • Disability Gymnastics can help you find inclusive gymnastics near you.
  • International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports are the founders of the original Paralympic Games and organisers of international sporting events for disabled people.
  • Parasport helps you find a sports club near you.
  • Wheelpower (formerly British Wheelchair Sports Foundation) organises and supports wheelchair sports at all levels.

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