In 2017, Inclusive United was formed to engage and sustain the participation of disabled people in football by offering greater and more inclusive opportunities to become physically active in London. 

The project relied on the collaborative efforts of a number of organisations in London including 15 of the capital’s professional football clubs’ community trusts. Arsenal Community, Leyton Orient Trust and the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation amongst others worked alongside London Sport, County Football Associations, the FA and the WNST to formulate the Inclusive United Project.

This report is a summary of that project, exploring the instrumental effects that Inclusive United has had since its inception. A snapshot of these impacts includes £430,000 invested in over three years by the FA and WNST, over 3000 disabled individuals taking part and 150 programmes delivered across 12 separate clubs.

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