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

Limping Chicken Co-editor Andy Palmer has written a list of 15 amazing and inspirational deaf sports people. Former FDFC Striker Daniel Ailey who still holds the FDFC record of most goals scored in a season – 47 in 2009/2010 season, makes the list! http://limpingchicken.com/2014/02/04/15-inspirational-deaf-sports-people/

The dates and venues for the 2014 National Deaf Youth Football Tournament have been announced. Please see the below and attached or view National Deaf Youth Football Tournament; The 2013 tournament saw Cardiff, Northampton and Derby beat off competition from a total of 21 teams to be crowned champions in their age groups. The format is

Many of the dates for the 8th European Deaf Football Championships in Germany, Hanover in 2015 from 14th – 27th June 2015 has now been finalised. Great Britain are in Group  F with Sweden and Belgium.  The first and second placed team from each group qualifies automatically to Hanover 2015.  All the third placed teams enter into

The National Deaf Children’s Society have announced the dates and venues for the 2014 National Deaf Youth Football Tournament! SOUTHERN AREA SUNDAY 2 MARCH 2014 GOALS SOCCER CENTRE – READING NORTHERN AREA SUNDAY 23 MARCH 2014 GOALS SOCCER CENTRE – LIVERPOOL   The format is 5 a-side and the age groups include U12, U16 and

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

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