Join us for training sessions every Thursday evening at 5pm.
St Johns Sports Centre all-weather pitches.
11 Malvern Road, St Johns, Worcester WR2 4LE
Women and beginners team: 5pm – 6pm.
Men’s team: 5pm – 6pm
£1 per training session, or £5 per month for regulars
Family and carers are welcome to stay — and join in!
Manager and Welfare Officer – Helen Gill
Assistant Manager – Tom Langfield
If you would like to come along, call Helen on 07973 788029
We follow the FA COVID-19 guidance and policies for non-elite and grassroots football in England and Wales.
We are a Chartered Standard Adult Club affiliated to Worcestershire FA. We adhere to the FA Anti-bullying and Equality Protocols.
The Monday Night Club Football Club belongs to the Three Counties Ability Counts League and enter two teams to play in six tournaments in the league every season. The tournaments are played in Worcester, Telford and Hereford. We were runners-up in 2018.
The league fixtures in the 2020 season have all been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
We are trained by Worcestershire Disability Sport FA-trained coaches and we encourage and support players to become trained coaches. Our club founder, Laura Gill, is an FA Level 1 coach. This includes first aid for football and adult safeguarding qualifications.
The manager and coaches have FA qualifications in Training Disabled Football.
We took part in the community sporting event, Worcestershire Street Football Tournament in July 2019. We won the Disability Team cup.
We received the Worcester Community Sport Award 2017, presented to Laura and Owen by Steve Cram, Olympian.
Sport and physical activity are crucial to achieving our club’s mission and are an integral part of the club’s activities. Adults with learning disabilities and autism find opportunities to engage in physical activity are hard to access in the community. The Monday Night Club is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of our members and we actively encourage them to take part in enjoyable, regular, inclusive physical activity. To this end we started our own football club over five years ago.
We have now added a women’s training session and have 8 young women with disabilities training every week with other beginners.
People with learning disabilities are at danger of becoming much more isolated from the wider community – they will not be in education or employment and anything that brings them together in a common activity will be of benefit to their mental and physical health. There are many benefits derived from belonging to a team, training and challenging each other together. Improved mental health from social cohesion, connections and regular physical activity. Feelings of well-being will be enhanced, resilience and confidence improved, fitness boosted and all the subsequent benefits for future health outcomes that this all brings.
The Monday Night Club is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of our members and we actively encourage them to take part in enjoyable, regular, inclusive physical activity.