While we have the Women’s World Cup taking place in Canada, the Under 21’s competing in their own European Championship, you can’t miss out on the Deaf Internationals playing in the European Deaf Championship. This summer (happening right now actually) Great Britain Deaf is set to play against international teams around Europe to vie to

Fulham DFC 3-2 Doncaster DFC

Wednesday, 26 May 2010 by

Fulham DFC 3 – 2 Doncaster Deaf FC British Deaf Cup Final, Goodison Park 16th May 2010 FDFC played their final and most important match of their season on a warm Sunday afternoon at Goodison Park, the home of Everton FC. The squad, who had taken the decision to stay overnight near Liverpool in order

The Surrey County FA is pleased to announce the first ever FA Level 1 coaching course for deaf coaches to be held in Surrey. The course will take place on Monday 7th June 2010 and finish on Friday 11th June 2010; each day will run from 9.30am-4.00pm and will provide deaf coaches the opportunity to

February & March Round up   A number of matches were called off due to exceptionally poor weather conditions since the New Year. In our first league game of 2010, the Fulham Deaf 1st team had to travel away to AFC Cubo in Barnes for a fixture which was re-arranged to a pitch more suitable

Great Britain take on Israel in the 1st leg of their European Deaf Championships Qualifier on Saturday 24th April, at the Fulham FC Training Ground, Motspur Park.  Kick off is 3pm. If GB beat Israel over both legs, they will then qualify for the 7th European Football Championships being held in Denmark, June 2011. GB

I am aware that there may be plenty of discussions of Deaf Sporting achievements socially at deaf pubs, clubs or amongst friends but no official recognition has ever been given to exceptional achievements across Great Britain or United Kingdom. E.g. At Summer Deaflympic events Great Britain may have achieved some amazing results but with lack