• It’s non-competitive, inclusive and accessible
  • It’s structured yet an adaptable programme

CONNECT       WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT YOUR TEAM MATES?

FLOURISH      WHAT KEEPS YOU HEALTHY AND ACTIVE?

DISCOVER      WHAT CAN YOU AND YOUR TEAM DO TOGETHER ?

SHINE              WHAT DO YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE ?

                         WHAT SPECIAL TALENT CAN YOU SHARE OR ENJOY ?

Charlie Fry, an exceptionally talented

footballer with autism. Now progressed to

being a coach enabler.  Allowing him to

support and coach younger, less experienced players but also providing him with new skills and experience. 




Offers young people an opportunity to participate in an awards scheme that has activities which focus on increasing social communication and social interaction.

The Award scheme forms an integral part of the player pathway and the activities can be undertaken individually or as part as a group.  



        WINNERS REGIONAL AND

NATIONAL PARA FOOTBALL

                  PROJECT 2018

WINNERS of Endeavour Award, 2017

Lothian Disability Sport

Team United Sports is a registered charity (SCIO) SC047640


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Scottish Charity SC047640 (SCIO)

Orla Winn, shown here, learnt all she knows about football by watching YouTube.

A naturally talented athlete, Orla is now part of the ScottishFA Girls Performance Squad for East Lothian..

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