Hibernian Disabled Supporters Association

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Scottish Disabled Supporters Association

Scottish Disabled Supporters’ Association

The Scottish Disabled Association was launched in October 2010. Membership is open to disabled supporters who support clubs at all league levels in Scotland.Regular meetings take place which all members are welcome to attend.The association has had a strong relationship with the Scottish Football Association, the Scottish Premier League and the Scottish Football League. We will soon be contacting the new Scottish Professional Football League to ensure relationship continuity.

www.scottishdsa.co.uk

Centre for Access to Football in Europe

CAFE is working with supporters, clubs and governing bodies towards one clear aim – a more accessible and inclusive matchday experience for disabled supporters across Europe.

www.cafefootball.eu

Hibernian Football Club

The Hibernian Football Club website can be found at www.hibernianfc.co.uk

Hibernian Community Foundation

With offices in the south stand of Easter Road Stadium, we work in close partnership with Hibernian Football Club to harness the power and passion of football to make a real difference in people’s lives and within local communities.

Hibernian Community Foundation adds value and creates positive impact in the local community through our focus on health, fitness and wellbeing; community football and learning and education.

www.hibernianinthecommunity.org.uk

Hibernian Historical Trust

The Hibernian Historical Trust is a proactive initiative by both supporters and the Club to protect, preserve and promote the great heritage of Hibernian. Formed by a group of supporters, the legally recognised Trust has been created totally independently from the Football Club but with the full backing of the Board.

Hibernian Football Club has donated its entire and considerable collection of artifacts and memorabilia to the Trust and, as part of its ongoing aims, the Trust is always keen to obtain Hibernian-related items, either on a permanent basis or on loan. Individuals in possession of items of interest are encouraged to contact the Trust.

www.hibshistoricaltrust.org.uk

Disabled Supporters’ Associations

F C Gronningen, Holland

www.rollyside.nl

Celtic DSA 

www.celticdsa.co.uk

Manchester City DSA

www.mcdsa.co.uk

Scottish FA

The Scottish FA exists to promote, foster and develop the game at all levels in this country.

Founded in 1873, Scottish football’s governing body has recently undergone the most radical changes in its history, enabling us to lead the game into a new era. The launch of our strategic plan Scotland United: A 2020 Vision outlines the vision, values and goals that underpin the organisation and its many facets.

The plan encompasses four strategic pillars:

  • Perform and Win
  • Strong Quality Growth
  • Better financial returns
  • Respected and Trusted to Lead

The Scottish FA is committed, with the support of its partners and sponsors, to promote the game at grassroots level by providing players, coaches and volunteers with access to football regardless of ability, sex, race or gender.

www.scottishfa.co.uk

League Clubs

SFA website – section www.scottishfa.co.uk/scottishfootball.cfm?page=2535