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  1. Teams from the Fermanagh Men's Shed take part in walking football delivered by Sport NI Active Communities coaches within Fermanagh and Omagh District Council. Active Communities is a National Lottery-funded programme that aims to increase participation in sport and physical recreation in Northern Ireland, especially among under-represented groups.
  2. More Walking football -- a slower version of the beautiful game! Chelmsford Walking Football http://www.chelmsfordwalkingfootball.co.uk Walking Football was initially designed to help get the over 50s back into football and exercise, our teams average age is 64. The main differences between standard football are the two rules of no running, no slide tackles and limited contact. Players do not bounce like they did in the past!!! Play the game you love but reduce the chances of injury. It's a great way to keep fit, learn skills, have fun and socialise all at the same time! If you think your footballing days are over then think again! We are now called Chelmsford City Walking Football with the support of Chelmsford City Football Club http://www.chelmsfordcityfc.com/ So, if you used to play football but now find the pace a bit too much or if you've never had the chance to be involved before, walking football is the perfect introduction to playing football for people aged 50 years and over, no age limit!!!! All the rules are the same but with one big difference, you can only walk -- no running, no sprinting, just walking. Any infractions are penalised by free kicks Deep down, are you still dying to play? A popular means of keeping fit, learning new skills, having fun and socializing! Never too old to play! Non-contact sport! The social aspect of the session as important as the game itself For further information or to join us at walking football email [email protected] or visit the website Chelmsford Walking Football http://www.chelmsfordwalkingfootball.co.uk
  3. On Monday 2nd November, Manchester County FA hosted an evening for Community Clubs to learn about the benefits and how to set-up their own sessions. Dan Pilling, our Recreational FDO and Nick Roberts, the Community Sport Activator of Lifeline FC hosted the event at Platt Lane which included a beneficial practical. In addition to this, the presentation can be found on the below link, along with a recent research and tool-kit document produced by The FA. Read more at: http://www.manchesterfa.com/news/2015/nov/walking-football-update#iU8XDtzcIO0fLuB7.99 Many thanks to Harry Peet who filmed and produced this video. He is currently a second year Journalism student at the University of Kent.
  4. Steve Rich is on a mission to turn walking football into a nationwide game. With the help of Barclays Digital Eagles, Steve set up a website to encourage others to play and has seen interest in the sport rocket in the past year. Take a look at Steve’s story, including a surprise from a certain Barclays Premier League​ legend.
  5. Walking football comes to the Banks's Stadium on Wednesday 13th May! Thought your playing days were over? Think again! Dust off your old boots and get involved!
  6. Our first attempt at a video showing what we do. Shot in March 2014.
  7. This is my dissertation film. A documentary on a Walking Football team in Harpenden
  8. Walking Football has taken off in Eastleigh FC. WINOL's Ross Perkins went down there to learn more about the unusual take on the sport.
  9. Some video footage from our last festival. http://cheshirewalkingfootball.uk/
  10. De Senior Army, de senioren supportersploeg van Racing Genk, is dit jaar gestart met wandelvoetbal. Zo biedt de club haar oudste supporters de mogelijkheid om via voetbal op maat actief te blijven en sociale contacten te onderhouden. #footballplus
  11. Walking Football

    A walking football 6-a-side game being played in Farnborough at Cove FC. To get involved in the session please email Mick: [email protected]
  12. Eastleigh FC's Walking Football is an inclusive, sociable fun version of 5 a-side football specifically for over 50’s. The rules are adapted so there is no running, very little contact and kick ins instead of throw ins. With less stress on the body and no real sudden change of direction or cutting movements the game allows participants to play without apprehension. The game is still competitive and play can be extremely tactical favouring those players who take their time and read the read the pitch around them. For more information please email [email protected]
  13. Soaring numbers of older men are pulling on their boots and shin pads to rediscover the joys of football. Scores of leagues are popping up across the country, and though the competition is fierce - the pace is anything but.
  14. Walking Football

    Made In Tyne & Wear visited Northumberland FA's weekly Walking Football session run by David Jones! 1PM - 2PM Every Tuesday afternoon at Blue Flames Sporting Club, Whitley Park, Whitley Road, NE12 9FA
  15. Football is a game for everyone, young and old. We’re giving away Barclays Premier League tickets and football experiences to help inspire the next generation of fans. Our team of Digital Eagles are also on hand to help older fans, like Roy, get more out of the internet, keep in touch with the game and start their own Walking Football teams. The Digital Eagles offer practical and helpful advice on a range of online issues. If you'd like to see how they can help you, sign up to a Tea & Teach session in branch.
  16. Walking Football

    The first ever “Walking Football” tournament has been held at the Glasgow Green Football Centre with four teams showcasing the sport which is aimed at keeping people aged over-50 involved with football if they are not able to play the traditional game. Though based on association football, the key difference is that if a player runs then they concede a free kick to the other side. This restriction, together with a ban on slide tackles, is aimed at avoiding injuries and allowing the sport to be played by those who are physically disadvantaged. Walking Football promotes cardiovascular fitness whilst producing the least stress on the body. It also assists participants maintain an active lifestyle and if this pilot tournament is a success, more Walking Football sessions could be introduced. For more information about how to get active and be more healthy please call 0300 343 0400.
  17. Walking football is taking off in Hampshire, with the launch of the Legends Cup tournament. Dominic Chandler went down to Eastleigh to learn more about it. http://www.ma-journalism.co.uk Video produced by the students and lecturers on the journalism courses at the University of Winchester near London in the UK.
  18. On UN Older Persons Day there was a Walking football tournament in Dundee city sq.
  19. An introduction to walking football, a new initiative for over 50's spreading across Leeds. More information on where the sessions are taking place can be found by clicking here: http://www.leeds.gov.uk/sports/pages/classes.aspx?cLt=112 To find out more contact: Phil Riley on 0113 3951688 or email [email protected] or Tom Dent on 0113 2821222 or email [email protected]
  20. Walking Football

    Video from the Walking Football session at Balerno. To sign-up please contact Chris Sellar on [email protected] or 0131 45 8437
  21. Video by Winchester News Online (WINOL) from the Hampshire FA Legends Cup Festival. Visit www.HampshireFA.com/players/walking-football for more details on how to get involved in a club, sessions in the county and how to set up your own club. Alternatively please email our football development officers: [email protected] or Matthew York: [email protected]

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