Northern Ireland Polio Fellowship Boccia Club

About

Weekly boccia session for players of all levels, who have a physical disability.

Glentoran Inclusion FC

About

7 + years old male and female players with learning and or physical disabilities

Salto SO Club

About

15+ years old male players with learning disabilities

Belfast Deaf United

About

7 + years old male and female players who are deaf/hearing loss

Contact Details

Trailblazers Powerchair FC

About

7 + years old male and female wheelchair users

Community Sport & Football

About

7 + years old male and female players with learning and/or physical disabilities

Crusaders

About

7 + years old male and female players with learning and or physical disabilities

Grove Athletic

About

Pan disability club for 15 + years old male players

Contact Details


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St James Swifts DFC

About

Pan disability club for 7 + years old male and female players

Inspire NI Youth FC

About

Pan disability club open to male and female players ages 5-18

Mencap

About

15+ years old male players with learning disabilities

Now FC

About

7 + years old male and female players with learning disabilities

Linfield Disability FC

About

Pan disability club open to male and female players 7+ years old

Hanwood Centre

About

7 + years old male and female players with Downs Syndrome

St Malachys OB

About

Pan disability club open to male and female players between 7 - 18 years old.

Newforge Taggers (PSNI)

About

It is a Tag Ruby Club for those with learning disabilities and was the first club of its type in Ireland Club meets Sundays 10-11.15am (September-December and March-June), Age Group: 6 years with no upper age limit.

Malone Tornadoes (Malone RFC)

About

Mixed ability rugby session for adults with a disaiblity, supported by experienced rugby players.

Belfast Deaf Badminton Club

About

A weekly badminton club for people who are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus. Wednesdays 7pm - 9pm.

NI Civil Service Archery Club

About

Monday evenings 6.30 - 8.30 pm Outdoor Venue: Stormont Pavilion, May to mid-September Indoor Venue: BRA Sports Hall, mid-September to April

City of Belfast Archers

About

We shoot at Boucher Road playing fields, from May to September; we also an indoor range at Shaftesbury Community Centre, Lower Ormeau Road Belfast on Monday evenings 8-10pm.

East Belfast Archery Club

About

Small, friendly archery club founded in 2011 by Patrick Huston that meets on a Monday and Thursday night from September to May and outdoors over summer.

Para Training Sessions (Athletics NI)

About

These sessions are open to new and existing para athletes (12 and up) to work with experienced coaches. Personal coaches are also invited to attend these sessions for their own personal development. https://athleticsni.org/Athletes/Para-Athletes

Wheelchair Racing (Athletics NI)

About

Wheelchair track training sessions - these are held at the Mary Peters Track (Belfast) on Thursday nights 5pm - 6pm for athletes aged 8-12 (April to October) and from 5pm - 6.30pm (all year) for athletes aged 12 and older.

Swimming Buddies NI

About

Swimming Buddies is an accredited Autism Swim centre the first of its kind in Europe. We also work in partnership with Belfast’s GLL Brook Activity centre to bring this essential life skill to more families.

CIYMS VI Tennis

About

CIYMS Tennis Club run inclusive sessions for people with sight loss. Adult sessions are every Tuesday from 11.30am - 12.30pm. Junior sessions (for under 18's) are every Saturday evening from 5.30pm - 6.30pm and 6.30pm - 7.30pm.

Spokes in Motion

About

A weekly tennis club for wheelchair users. Mondays 7pm - 9pm.

Windsor Lawn Tennis Club

About

Windsor Lawn Tennis Club run inclusive sessions for people with sight loss at the Ozone in Belfast. The sessions are on a Monday morning from 11.30am - 1.30pm.

Disabled Bowls NI

About

A weekly bowling club for people with a physical disability. Thursdays 7pm - 8pm.

Belfast Wheelie Active Club

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.   Tuesdays 4-5pm. Free of charge.

Shankill Judo Club

About

Judo opportunities for people with disabilities in the Belfast area.

Wheelchair Bowls Northern Ireland

About

Wheelchair Bowls sessions at Shaw's Bridge Indoor Bowling Centre.

Kinghan Church Deaf Bowls Club

About

A weekly bowling club for people who are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus.

West Belfast VI Walking Group

About

A weekly walking group for people who are blind or partially sighted delivered in partnership with RNIB. The group also arranges regular social outings to new locations.   Guests and volunteers welcome.   The group meet weekly at  Falls park at 10.30am on Fridays.

Malone Rugby FC

About

Malone Tornadoes Mixed Ability Rugby (male). Every Monday 7-8:15pm. 18+.

Newforge Taggers Rugby FC

About

Disability tag sessions on Sundays 10-11:15am. Season runs September - December and March to June. Under 15s and Over 15s.  

NI Disability Darts Association

About

Northern Ireland Disability Darts Association (N.I.D.D.A) play ranking tournaments for members only once a month in the North Club, we also host tournaments open to anyone in between ranking tournaments.
The criteria is anyone on pip/dla or if you don’t receive these and can get a letter from your doctor to say you have a disability, then this will be accepted, members must be 18+
We have 2 sections one is called World Inclusio ParaDarts and the other is World ParaDarts, the difference being World ParaDarts follow the paraplegic guidelines and World Inclusio is for people who do not meet the paraplegic criteria, perhaps even having invisible disabilities.
We have ranking tournaments, as we have a national team and this goes towards the selection, we are also affiliated to the World Darts Federation (WDF) who run the mainstream darts and have a circuit alongside their own tournaments for the World ParaDarts section.

VI Bowls- Belfast

About

Tuesday's - 10.30am to 1pm, Grove Bowling Club, York Road, Belfast - Open to new interest. Facilitated by Irish Bowls Federation.

Belfast Boccia Session

About

Fridays 11:30am-12:45pm. Divis Community Centre. Registration Required.

West Belfast Walk -RNIB

About

West Belfast Walk -RNIB 10.30am meeting at main gate of Falls Park. Organized by DSNI - Two levels, a slow walk, and a faster walk. The group usually go for coffee in the local café for a chat.

VI Tennis - RNIB

About

VI tennis - 11am – 12.30pm - Belfast Indoor Tennis Centre. Facilitated by Windsor tennis club. Registration required.

Bowls - Grove Park Belfast

About

Visually Impaired Bowls on Tuesdays 10:30am-1pm.

VI Swimming

About

Visually Impaired Swimming - Wednesdays 11am-12:30pm.

Visually Impaired Tennis

About

Visually Impaired Tennis- Mondays 11.30am - 1pm

Visually Impaired Tennis

About

Visually Impaired Tennis- Mondays 10:30am-1pm.

Contact Details

Visually Impaired Walking Group

About

Visually Impaired Walking Group- Friday 10:30am-12pm.

Belfast Inclusive Bike Hire Scheme

About

Starting Monday 15th July. Book in using the contact information for your bike induction and sign up using the link in flyer. Contact Ozone to enquire about bike hire availability (at least 24 hrs in advance). Make booking: Email: ozone@gll.org (Bike hire available from Monday 15th July 2024, if you have completed your bike induction session.)

If you wish to submit an opportunity please contact email@dsni.co.uk for further information.

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About

Weekly boccia session for players of all levels, who have a physical disability.

About

7 + years old male and female players with learning and or physical disabilities

About

15+ years old male players with learning disabilities

About

7 + years old male and female players who are deaf/hearing loss

Contact Details

About

7 + years old male and female wheelchair users

About

7 + years old male and female players with learning and/or physical disabilities

About

7 + years old male and female players with learning and or physical disabilities

About

Pan disability club for 15 + years old male players

About

Pan disability club for 7 + years old male and female players

About

Pan disability club open to male and female players ages 5-18

About

15+ years old male players with learning disabilities

About

7 + years old male and female players with learning disabilities

About

Pan disability club open to male and female players 7+ years old

About

7 + years old male and female players with Downs Syndrome

About

Pan disability club open to male and female players between 7 - 18 years old.

About

It is a Tag Ruby Club for those with learning disabilities and was the first club of its type in Ireland Club meets Sundays 10-11.15am (September-December and March-June), Age Group: 6 years with no upper age limit.

About

Mixed ability rugby session for adults with a disaiblity, supported by experienced rugby players.

About

A weekly badminton club for people who are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus. Wednesdays 7pm - 9pm.

About

Monday evenings 6.30 - 8.30 pm Outdoor Venue: Stormont Pavilion, May to mid-September Indoor Venue: BRA Sports Hall, mid-September to April

About

We shoot at Boucher Road playing fields, from May to September; we also an indoor range at Shaftesbury Community Centre, Lower Ormeau Road Belfast on Monday evenings 8-10pm.

About

Small, friendly archery club founded in 2011 by Patrick Huston that meets on a Monday and Thursday night from September to May and outdoors over summer.

About

These sessions are open to new and existing para athletes (12 and up) to work with experienced coaches. Personal coaches are also invited to attend these sessions for their own personal development. https://athleticsni.org/Athletes/Para-Athletes

About

Wheelchair track training sessions - these are held at the Mary Peters Track (Belfast) on Thursday nights 5pm - 6pm for athletes aged 8-12 (April to October) and from 5pm - 6.30pm (all year) for athletes aged 12 and older.

About

Swimming Buddies is an accredited Autism Swim centre the first of its kind in Europe. We also work in partnership with Belfast’s GLL Brook Activity centre to bring this essential life skill to more families.

About

CIYMS Tennis Club run inclusive sessions for people with sight loss. Adult sessions are every Tuesday from 11.30am - 12.30pm. Junior sessions (for under 18's) are every Saturday evening from 5.30pm - 6.30pm and 6.30pm - 7.30pm.

About

A weekly tennis club for wheelchair users. Mondays 7pm - 9pm.

About

Windsor Lawn Tennis Club run inclusive sessions for people with sight loss at the Ozone in Belfast. The sessions are on a Monday morning from 11.30am - 1.30pm.

About

A weekly bowling club for people with a physical disability. Thursdays 7pm - 8pm.

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.   Tuesdays 4-5pm. Free of charge.

About

Judo opportunities for people with disabilities in the Belfast area.

About

Wheelchair Bowls sessions at Shaw's Bridge Indoor Bowling Centre.

About

A weekly bowling club for people who are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus.

About

A weekly walking group for people who are blind or partially sighted delivered in partnership with RNIB. The group also arranges regular social outings to new locations.   Guests and volunteers welcome.   The group meet weekly at  Falls park at 10.30am on Fridays.

About

Malone Tornadoes Mixed Ability Rugby (male). Every Monday 7-8:15pm. 18+.

About

Disability tag sessions on Sundays 10-11:15am. Season runs September - December and March to June. Under 15s and Over 15s.  

About

Northern Ireland Disability Darts Association (N.I.D.D.A) play ranking tournaments for members only once a month in the North Club, we also host tournaments open to anyone in between ranking tournaments.
The criteria is anyone on pip/dla or if you don’t receive these and can get a letter from your doctor to say you have a disability, then this will be accepted, members must be 18+
We have 2 sections one is called World Inclusio ParaDarts and the other is World ParaDarts, the difference being World ParaDarts follow the paraplegic guidelines and World Inclusio is for people who do not meet the paraplegic criteria, perhaps even having invisible disabilities.
We have ranking tournaments, as we have a national team and this goes towards the selection, we are also affiliated to the World Darts Federation (WDF) who run the mainstream darts and have a circuit alongside their own tournaments for the World ParaDarts section.

About

Tuesday's - 10.30am to 1pm, Grove Bowling Club, York Road, Belfast - Open to new interest. Facilitated by Irish Bowls Federation.

About

Fridays 11:30am-12:45pm. Divis Community Centre. Registration Required.

About

West Belfast Walk -RNIB 10.30am meeting at main gate of Falls Park. Organized by DSNI - Two levels, a slow walk, and a faster walk. The group usually go for coffee in the local café for a chat.

About

VI tennis - 11am – 12.30pm - Belfast Indoor Tennis Centre. Facilitated by Windsor tennis club. Registration required.

About

Visually Impaired Bowls on Tuesdays 10:30am-1pm.

About

Visually Impaired Swimming - Wednesdays 11am-12:30pm.

About

Visually Impaired Tennis- Mondays 11.30am - 1pm

About

Visually Impaired Tennis- Mondays 10:30am-1pm.

Contact Details

About

Visually Impaired Walking Group- Friday 10:30am-12pm.

About

Starting Monday 15th July. Book in using the contact information for your bike induction and sign up using the link in flyer. Contact Ozone to enquire about bike hire availability (at least 24 hrs in advance). Make booking: Email: ozone@gll.org (Bike hire available from Monday 15th July 2024, if you have completed your bike induction session.)