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  1. The second official trailer for "You'll Never Walk Alone" - a half-hour programme dedicated to walking football to be broadcast on Sky Sports on 3rd & 4th October 2017. View the full broadcast schedule for the film, produced by The Walking Football Association (WFA) and SGTV, here: https://walkingfootballworld.com/news/sky-sports-walking-football
  2. The first official trailer for "You'll Never Walk Alone" - a half-hour programme dedicated to walking football to be broadcast on Sky Sports on 3rd & 4th October 2017. View the full broadcast schedule for the film, produced by The Walking Football Association (WFA) and SGTV, here: https://walkingfootballworld.com/news/sky-sports-walking-football
  3. Walking Football is a minimal contact sport with one main difference to standard football - no running! Play the game you love but slowed down slightly. Ideal for over 50's but open to all ages. It's a great way to stay fit, have fun and socialise. Come along and join us on our new Wednesday sessions at The Portal Leisure Centre in Irvine. 6pm-7pm, £2 per person.
  4. Lincs Inspire Limited is a registered charity committed to inspiring people in and around North East Lincolnshire to lead more active and healthy lives through a wide range of sporting, leisure, cultural and learning services. This short film focuses on our Over 55s Walking Football sessions which take place at Bradley Football Development Centre and are run in partnership with the Grimsby Ancient Mariners Walking Football Club. Find out more about us at: www.lincsinspire.com.
  5. This poem was written by one of our walking footballers, Patrick Malone. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A slower version of the beautiful game, suitable for men and women over the age of 50, or those with health problems. We have sessions run all over Manchester including Wythenshawe, Salford and Irlam. For more information visit us at https://www.mancom.btck.co.uk or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ManchesterCommunityWFC/
  6. Demo of one of the warm up's our session leads use at all our sessions. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A slower version of the beautiful game, suitable for men and women over the age of 50, or those with health problems. We have sessions run all over Manchester including Wythenshawe, Salford and Irlam. For more information visit us at www.mancom.btck.co.uk or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ManchesterCommunityWFC/
  7. Interviewed in this piece: Starting at 31 seconds: Chris Fletcher (Left) and Stuart Langworthy (Right) Both of Abbeymead Rovers. Starting at 1.42: Reg Waite,VoWH District Council (Left) and Jeannette Matelot, South Ox District Council Right. Appearing at 2:27 : David Wallace (Left) and Paul Fruin (Right) both of Eastleigh Walking FC. If you want to know more about the rules of walking football, members of Eastleigh Walking FC helped create this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbxkpmmL6oM
  8. Football players who think their playing days are well behind them should think again! Walking football is a non-contact activity where any player who sprints, runs or jogs while the ball is in play concedes a free-kick to the other team. It’s designed to help players maintain an active lifestyle and encourages those who may have had to stop taking part in sports, to become active again by playing football. Sessions are aimed at people aged over 50 or for people with restricting health conditions, but all are welcome – check out the video to get an idea! There are three different weekly indoor walking football sessions: Desborough Leisure Centre – Fridays, 10.30am – 12 noon* Kettering Arena (KLV) – Tuesdays, 10.30am – 12 noon* Kettering Science Academy – Wednesdays, 8.30 – 9.30pm (* £2.50 per person or £1.25 with a Kettering Leisure Pass)
  9. STV Live At Five - 19/06/17
  10. AFC Fylde Coasters Walking Football. Come and join us for fun and a bit of exercise!
  11. AFC Fylde Coasters Walking Football. Come and join us for fun and a bit of exercise!
  12. AFC Fylde Coasters

    AFC Fylde Coasters Walking Football. Come and join us for fun and a bit of exercise!
  13. On Saturday 17th June, 12 teams of men and women over the age of 50 battled it out in the EFL Trust Walking Football Cup Finals. The finals took place at Aston Villa's training ground with an added 'Legends game' which saw a number of ex-pros take one an EFL team with charity partner Prostate Cancer UK. www.efltrust.com
  14. This video was created for Eastleigh Walking Football Club. Get involved with your local Walking Football Club today! Created by Ellis Maunder, Lewis Gray & Peter Nelson. Additional Footage by Brian Cleckner & Danielle Hickman. Special Thanks to Dave Wallis. "Carefree" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
  15. One of the more recent club formations welcoming players of all ages, abilities and is unique in that women and men can play together. They train regularly at Beau Sejour Leisure Centre during the Winter and at KGV Playing Fields on the 3G pitch during the summer. #GetInvolved in this activity and find out about what other #AccessibleActivities are available in Guernsey by visiting: https://matter.gg/accessible-activities/accessible-sports-directory/
  16. A slower version of the beautiful game, the increasing popularity of walking football is seeing clubs popping up all over the UK. While the sport might be the opposite of fast and furious, it still works up a sweat, as I discovered when I turned up to watch a game in action at Cupar Sports Centre. Aimed at men over 50, walking football applies the same rules as “regular” football but at a gentler pace. Running is forbidden and the ball mustn’t rise above head height, so no headers. If the referee spots anyone flouting the rules, the whistle is blown and the other side gets a free kick. Many of the men who turn up to take part in the Tuesday morning sessions run by AM Soccer Club have played before while a few hail from rugby backgrounds. What’s inspirational is that some of them are living with Alzheimer’s and dementia, while others have had strokes and open heart surgery. That doesn’t stop them from throwing themselves into it 100% – which has landed a few players with minor injuries (nose bleeds, chipped bones and the odd cut and bruise!). After they’ve warmed up, the men divide themselves into teams under the watchful eyes of coach and club coordinator Danny Mason and part-time coach Stuart Goldie. Stuart’s dad Alistair, 59, is among the players. “He played five-a-side all his life but he had a mini stroke in January 2015,” explains Stuart. “Walking football has hugely helped his rehabilitation and completely transformed his life. “At one stage, he was sleeping six times a day while now he only sleeps a couple of times. And it’s funny how he never feels ill on a Tuesday!” Subscribe US: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKgPhDLW5VFaSKanVVJbJdw Watch More Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKgPhDLW5VFaSKanVVJbJdw/Videos Follow us on Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/edy.drew3/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/edward74/
  17. WarmUpDrills

    Lion Angels Walking Football team
  18. Lion Angels Walking Football team
  19. It is important to stay fit, active and healthy whatever your age. As you get older, you should have regular exercise - and playing a physical game such as walking football is great. Football is a game for everyone, young and old. Take a look at our short video from one of our popular walking football sessions. Take part with our Walking Football sessions every Thursday for over 50’s on the pitch at Boston United's The Jakemans Stadium, York Street. The first 8 sessions are FREE then £1.50 per session. The session is for males and females who are aged 50 and over. For more information please contact Nicola Drummond on 07951 401718 or email [email protected]
  20. Walking Football

    Heath Check - Over 30's Walking Football - AFC Telford United- Telford & Wrekin Council - Lesuire - Football - Coaching
  21. Our Walking Football project has been going from strength to strength with new faces coming along each week recently. If you're aged 50+ then come along and give it a go.
  22. 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]
  23. Walking Football

    Walking football for men and women aged 55 and over. Every Tuesday 11 until 12 at Ashton Gate. For more information contact the Trust on 0117 963 0636.
  24. Think about it, age shouldn't stop you playing football. In fact research says there's no reason why you shouldn't play when you're in your fifties or sixties. The game is not played as you might see it in the premier league; it is very adaptable, can be played at any level of skill and is open to men and women of all ages and abilities. If you would like to increase your physical activity levels in a fun and rewarding way why not join Croí and the FAI at the new Walking Football. For more details or to start a course in your area contact [email protected]

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