The Community Trust will be showcasing their involvement in the local disabled sporting community in the fun zone on SaturdayFollowing Team GB’s best ever Paralympics, Reading FC Community Trust will be showcasing their involvement with the local disabled sporting community on Saturday in the Fun Zone ahead of the game against Huddersfield.
Make sure you swing by for the opportunity to both learn and participate!
In attendance on Saturday will be...
Reading FC deaf team – Fans will have a chance to take on the deaf team in a 3 vs. 3 game
Reading Powerchair – A member of the team will be helping at the speed cage whilst discussing their relationship with the Community Trust
Visually impaired penalty shootout – fans will get the chance to experience visually impaired football by taking penalties blindfolded
Total Communications – will have a stand discussing their partnership with the Trust as well as promoting their work with Reading’s deaf community
Berkshire College of Agriculture – Representatives from the college will be explaining about the work the Community Trust do with their foundation students whilst also advertising courses at the college targeting foundation learners.
The highly successful Reading FC Deaf Team will also be forming a guard of honour to welcome the Royals onto the pitch.
Reading FC’s Community Trust work with a number of Special Educational Needs (SEN) schools and organisations in the Berkshire catchment. They work with special schools, delivering school coaching and lunch time clubs, plus school tournaments at the Reading Football Club Dome, throughout the year. For more, information click here.