award for Bradford disability football coach

Paul Jubb, Head Coach of Bradford Disability Football Club (BDFC), has been awarded the BBC Sport Unsung Hero award for Yorkshire. 

The award  recognises the remarkable achievements of people in local communities. Paul was nominated by Steve Parr, father of one of the players and volunteer at the club.

Bradford Disability Football Club began in 2002 with an initial grant of £1,000 and eight players. It now has over 135 members aged from six to 60 years of age.

There are three training sessions each week, two at Trinity College in Bradford and the third at University Academy Keighley (UAK) in Keighley.

The club has 11 disability teams, nine adult teams and junior teams both under 16’s and 13’s.

People of all ages and abilities are welcome, just a passion for football needed!

If you know someone interested in joining contact Paul Jubb (coach) on 07845 568226 or visit

Training times:

Tuesdays (6pm until 7pm)Low res Football Team
University Academy Keighley
Green Head Road,
Keighley BD20 6EB

Fridays (6.30pm until 8.30pm)
Trinity Green Campus
Bradford BD7 1QX

Sundays (10am until 12 noon) 
Trinity Green Campus
Bradford BD7 1QX




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