Transplant Football coming to Nottingham
U-Try Transplant Football Hub -Nottingham
Our 1st ever U-try Hub will be held on Sunday the 15th of May 2022, giving transplant men and women another chance to participate.
The England Transplant Football Association will run mini-trials and an introduction to Transplant Football and Futsal. Including some initial fitness and skills tests.
What’s Involved in the Sessions?
Although our Holland friendly is on the 28th of May, we are still on the search for players for our development squad and Women’s Senior team. There are more Internationals friendlies on the calendar for 2022, including Charity matches.
These hubs are a great way to find out more about what is involved in transplant football. The format we play, the rules of the game but most of all, meeting like-minded transplant recipients who love football.
Who can attend the Transplant Football Hubs?
The Nottingham transplant football hub is for all genders aged 16-50+ who have received an organ, stem-cell or Xeno transplant. Who may want to take up the game regionally as a social sport or progress on to one day maybe play for England?
We would love to see the transplant community come together, and if not to take part, then why not come along and support us. Refreshments will be provided on the day, and the U-try hubs are free to attend.
U-try Transplant Football Nottingham
The Long Eaton School
Thoresby Road, Long Eaton, Nottingham. NG10 3NP
Start: 10:30 Finish: 12:30
Watch the Action
Following the Transplant Football session, Nottingham Transplant FC will be taking part in their monthly Ability Counts league fixtures. If you have time, stay and support the team and see what we are rolling out across the country.
Frequently Asked Questions?
How can i play transplant football near me?
Register your interest in playing transplant football in your region, and we will help you find a club.
Do i need to be fit to play transplant football?
No, taking part in transplant football can help with losing weight and regaining fitness.
Can transplant football help me with depression and anxiety?
Yes, it has been proven to help with building confidence and aiding mental health after transplantation.
Is it expensive to get involved in Transplant Football?
No, it doesn’t have to be expensive to play transplant football. Some clubs offer free sessions or a minimal fee for taking part.
Get Involved In Transplant Football
If you would like to find out more about how you can get in involved in transplant football. As a player, coach or supporter please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can find a local event, tournament or trial by clicking get involved.