Weekly inclusive football sessions delivered by qualified FA Charter Standard coaches. An opportunity for any individual with varying disabilities to have fun, make friends and play football.

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November 23, 2021


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AFC Masters is a football club run for children and adults with a disability, based in Horwich. Established in 2005, AFC Masters began when two young individuals (who still play to this day) decided they wanted to start their own football club. Year on year, the club has grown into the huge community that it is today. For the players and families alike, it’s the highlight of the week.
The FA Chartered Standard club runs sessions everyweek for all ages, gender and ability. To find out more, click here.
Our main focus is friendship and enjoyment. This is a great opportunity for children and the young people of Bolton with a disability, to get together and have fun. #football4all




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The club runs three training sessions on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, all for £15 a month.
Monday6pm – 7pmOver 16s
Thursday7pm – 8pmOver 16s
Saturday9am – 10amOver 16s


10:30am  –


Under 16s &

Under 11s

The club also takes some of the teams to monthly FA Lancashire Ability Counts League fixtures held in Preston. These days usually run from 9AM-2PM, with coach transport.
Feel free to come down to one of the weekly training sessions to meet the team.

Iain Massingham

Club Manager

Bob Massingham

Club Secretary

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