Sports clubs

The clubs and organisations below offer sport and activity to disabled people in Islington

  • All
  • Boccia
  • Cricket
  • Cycling
  • Dance
  • Football
  • Ice skating
  • Mixed martial arts
  • Multi-sports
  • Pilates
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Trampolining
  • Walking
  • Women's sport
  • Yoga
  • Zumba

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Active Islington

Active Islington lists sport and physical activity on offer in the borough regardless of disability

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Arsenal in the Community

Arsenal in the Community is part of Arsenal FC. It offers football to a wide range of disabled people.

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Centre 404

Centre 404 offers a range of services to people with learning disabilities including sports activities

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Dandelion Dance

The Dandelion dance session is open to all people aged 18+ whatever their disability

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Disability Sports Coach

Disability Sports Coach offer fun, accessible multi-sports sessions

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The Elfrida Society

The Elfrida Society offers a wide range of sport to adults with a learning disability

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GLL

GLL offers a wide range of activities for disabled people and concessionary membership of the leisure centres

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Illuminate Freedom

Illuminate Freedom offers dance, health and fitness activities for people with disabilities, specialising in work with people who are visually impaired

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Islington Boat Club

Islington Boat Club is a watersports leisure and training centre

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KEEN London

Keen London runs free weekly sports and recreation sessions for young people with learning, behavioural and physical disabilities

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London Amps

London Amps offers football to amputees

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London Canal Museum

The London Canal Museum offers walks along Regent’s Canal. There is a reduced rate for disabled people

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Mencap

The national charity Mencap offers sport to adults with a learning disability in Islington

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Metro Blind Sport

Metro Blind Sport is a sports and social club for blind and partially sighted people that offers tennis

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Mixed Martial Arts for Reform and Progression

Mixed Martial Arts for Reform and Progression offers mixed martial arts for 15-25 year olds who are either partially blind, Deaf, dyslexic, autistic, have ADHD or Downs Syndrome, or are an amputee.

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North London Special League

North London Special League offers a wide range of football opportunities to disabled people

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North London United

North London United offers football to boys and girls aged 5 to 18 with Down’s Syndrome

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Pedal Power

Learn to cycle or improve cycling skills with Pedal Power. Specialised bikes are available for a range of disabilities

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Sense

Sense is a national charity that works with people who experience sight and hearing impairments

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Sobell Trampoline Club

Sobell Trampoline Club offers trampolining to young people aged 5+ who are disabled or able-bodied

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