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  1. A wee video celebrating our 'lockdown' year. It didn't work out how we planned but we still had lots of fun!
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    Osborne Park

    Walking Football with Newton Abbot 66 Walking football area for over 50’s Come along to find out more about it and meet other like-minded people Boost self-esteem and confidence – Have fun! – Keeps you fit and healthy – Reduces stress – Make new friends and improve quality of life – Improves balance and strength 6.15pm for 6.30pm at Osborne Park. Wear suitable footwear for a light intro session followed by refreshments in our club room For more details please contact Kay Fice or Mike Allen
  3. Walking Football with Newton Abbot 66 Walking football area for over 50’s Come along to find out more about it and meet other like-minded people Boost self-esteem and confidence – Have fun! – Keeps you fit and healthy – Reduces stress – Make new friends and improve quality of life – Improves balance and strength 6.15pm for 6.30pm at Osborne Park. Wear suitable footwear for a light intro session followed by refreshments in our club room For more details please contact Kay Fice or Mike Allen
  4. Lanivet Red & Black Pandas FA Affiliated 50+ Contact Norman Hepples
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    Lanivet Pandas

    Lanivet Red & Black Pandas FA Affiliated 50+ Contact Norman Hepples
  6. The Pink Pandas. Cornwall's first women's walking football team. Membership - Adults over 16 The group was formed in Lanivet to encourage those who'd played sport in the past to come back and try a new game. It's been an unprecedented success. Run by Kathryn Pearn & Cheryl Ingram
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    Lanivet Pink Pandas

    The Pink Pandas. Cornwall's first women's walking football team. Membership - Adults over 16 The group was formed in Lanivet to encourage those who'd played sport in the past to come back and try a new game. It's been an unprecedented success. Run by Kathryn Pearn & Cheryl Ingram
  8. Walking Football Tours first ever women's soccer matches between Bracknell Town and Arsenal. Some great football played and everyone is now looking forward to coming on our first available Covid free tour. Visit https://www.walkingfootballtours.com/
  9. We are incredibly happy and proud to announce that the 2021 World Championship Cup will be held in Malmö, Sweden in a co-arrangement between Sweden Walking Football, IWFF, Malmö City and Clarion Hotel & Congress. We hope and believe that this is a big step along the way to draw attention to the sport that makes even more people want to play football and hang out all their lives. Source: https://www.facebook.com/iwffsverige
  10. Walking Football runs every Tuesday from 1.30pm – 3pm at Westgate Leisure Centre. All ages, abilities and genders are welcome, there is no need to book in advance and the first session is free! For further information please contact reception on 03330 050396.
  11. Walking Football is the traditional game of football but with no running or sliding tackles. Ideal for those aged 50+. Sessions are held at YMCA East Surrey, Princes Road, Redhill. Contact Wayne Askey for more details.
  12. Walking Football offers an opportunity to get back into the game if you are over 50, have mobility issues or are recovering from injury. Cranleigh Walking Football
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    Crawley Old Girls

    Women’s Walking Football is becoming increasingly popular among women aged 40+ and was a new inclusion in the FA’s national amateur 5 a-side football competition, the FA People’s Cup, this year. It’s a slower paced version of the game and includes laws such as no tackling, no running and the ball has to stay below head height. It’s great for women who want to learn to play, as well as those who may be coming back from injury or those who just enjoy playing a slower paced game. Getting active at age 40+ is really important for not only mental health but physical health too and you’ll
  14. Crawley Old Girls Women’s Walking Football is becoming increasingly popular among women aged 40+ and was a new inclusion in the FA’s national amateur 5 a-side football competition, the FA People’s Cup, this year. It’s a slower paced version of the game and includes laws such as no tackling, no running and the ball has to stay below head height. It’s great for women who want to learn to play, as well as those who may be coming back from injury or those who just enjoy playing a slower paced game. Getting active at age 40+ is really important for not only mental health but physica
  15. Burgess Hill Strollers Burgess Hill Strollers This friendly group meets every Tuesday from 5.30 to 6.30pm, with the emphasis on exercise and fun rather than competition. We welcome new players, men and women over 55, and no experience is necessary. Contact Laurie Perry

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