All hail Inclusive United

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All hail Inclusive United
18th November 2014

Inclusive United is a flagship partnership project which aims to get more disabled people playing football. 

Funded by The FA and Wembley National Stadium Trust, Inclusive United has been going since 2012 and is a Co-operative of fourteen Professional Football clubs in London.  

The team is part of wider scheme “London United”, which aims to get clubs working together to battle social issues that are affecting London, such as health, disability, crime, education and community cohesion.  

During its first three years, Inclusive United plans to involve over 3000 disabled footballers, and looks to include anyone with any disability, be it physical or visual impairment, or learning disabilities.

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