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Amputee Football Association Scotland has committed to creating opportunities, promoting accessibility and inclusiveness in football for young people in Scotland who have an amputation or limb differences.
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We aim to create opportunities for players of all ages and we are currently working to roll out a junior amputee football development programme in partnership with football clubs and community trusts across Scotland.
The programme will consist of:
· regular junior open training days
· amputee football taster sessions in our nationwide roadshow
· summer football camps
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In March 2016, the European Amputee Football Federation (EAFF) held the first ever European Amputee Football Junior Camp in Dublin, hosted by the Ireland Amputee Football Association.
Since then, every year we have been delighted to fund our Junior players to attend camps in destinations including Warsaw, Rome and Hoffenheim for the EAFF Junior Camp, where they spend three days training, having fun and improving their ball skills with more than 90 other junior amputee footballers from across Europe.
This annual event run by EAFF continues to grow. Once the pandemic has subsided, we hope to restart this activity and create further exciting opportunities for our junior players.
Child Wellbeing and Protection and the Safeguarding of Adults
Amputee Football Association Scotland is committed and adopted the Scottish Para-Football’s Child Wellbeing and Protection Policy. Our Child Welling and Protection Officer is Ashley Reid who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also adopt the Scottish Para-Football Protected Adults Safeguarding Policy.