Mission Statement

To promote and develop the sport of Transplant Football and the development of persons interested in the sport primarily across England, but not excluding Wales.

ETFA will provide any person who has received an organ donation, Stem-Cell or Bone Marrow transplant the opportunity to access Transplant Football at a grassroots, club and national level.

To maintain the organisation’s non-profit status and provide funds to allow the above operations to function where required.


Transplants Take On Sport Podcast

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Transplants Take On Sport Podcast

Listen to the latest Podcast from Lewis Daniels, the host of Transplants Take on Sport.

Lewis will be joining our new co-host Steven Harrison on our very own inclusive sports podcast “Natter”. Launching next week here on TransplantFootball.com and all the major streaming services.

In this Transplant Sport Episode

Joining Lewis this week will be the Chairman of England Transplant Football club, Steve Woodrow. He is accompanied by Cheshire and Liverpool Football Association’s development officers, Daniel Landstrom and Mark Horlick.  Who forms part of the advising committee for the growth of Transplant Football in the UK.

Tune in and find out how you can get involved in transplant football from grassroots to perhaps one day playing for your country. Starting with the upcoming trials for England Men and Women’s Senior teams at LCFA Sefton on the 20th of March.

Our 2nd trials will take place at the home of English football St Georges Park on Sat 23rd April 2022. That’s right what a way to celebrate the birth of England transplant football than on St Georges’s day at St Georges Park.


ETFA will provide regular access to play transplant football around the UK.

Developing the game for all

In this podcast, you will find out how the national rollout will bring a Utry Hub to your local club. Supporting regional club managers to run sessions for children, teens and adults to have a go at transplant football. In a safe, structured and enjoyable environment.

As well as helping coordinate the set-up of regional transplant football clubs. Giving organ, stem-cell and bone marrow recipients regular access to competitive football in pan-disability leagues.

Get Involved In Transplant Football

If you would like to find out more about how you can get in evolved in transplant football. As a player, coach or supporter please email info@transplantfootball.com

Or you can find a local event, tournament or trial by clicking get involved.

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