People tell us that one of the worst things about living with neuro, is that it's so hard to enjoy the things you love.
Illness, condition or disability, makes it difficult to pursue hobbies and pastimes. There's a shortage of clubs and organisations who can support people to take part in sport, or even simply leave the house.
We're hoping to change that for children and adults who want to play football.
We're working with the charity Cerebal Palsy United FC who provide opportunities for people with Cerebral Palsy and Acquired Brain Injury.
Training sessions and fixtures are open to everyone regardless of age, ability, experience, gender, mobility or CP classification.
Training sessions are run by FA and UEFA qualified coaches (including goal keeper training) and are specifically designed for players with CP and ABI.
To find out more click here for their official website