The Adapted Football League gives children and adults with more than 17 different types of disabilities the opportunity to participate in an organized and developmental sport that would otherwise be unavailable to them. The primary focus for each player includes 1) skill development, 2) social interaction, and 3) physical exercise. The league is organized into two divisions – one for able-bodied players and another for players using wheelchairs.
The Adapted Football League is the first of its kind in the state of Ohio and provides the opportunity for disabled children and young adults to participate in an organized, competitive, and developmental sport. The Adapted football league relies heavily on volunteers, with over 150 volunteers committing their time. Please help us in raising money to help this great cause