The Albion Foundation currently heads up 22 West Bromwich Albion teams, comprising of around 160 players.
The teams offer a mixture of elite and recreational football across both national and regional leagues.
The powerchair programme has three National League teams, with some of those players also playing in their five regional teams.
Their national powerchair teams offer a route into the international setup, with many players representing England over the last few years.
The regional setup allows for real life opportunities for many development players and provides the opportunity for them to learn from The Foundation's international players.
Their blind team and newly formed amputee teams will both be playing monthly in their respective national leagues during the 2017/18 season.
The blind team has experienced great success in the league and cup over the last few years and once again offers a successful pathway into the international arena - something they look to replicate in the near future.
The charity's vast PAN Disability Programme allows males and females of all ages the opportunity to play for WBA in the Sandwell Inclusion League and in various festivals, including Wellbeing and Recovery.
This particular route offers a fantastic legacy for the young people they meet through our schools programmes, where they make friends for life as well as being encouraged to maintain a healthy lifestyle through sport.
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West Bromwich Albion - WFA National League MDUK Premiership & East Midlands Regional Powerchair League
WBA Throstles - WFA National league MDUK Premiership & East Midlands Regional Powerchair League
WBA Dudley - WFA National league MDUK Championship
WBA Baggies - West Midlands Powerchair Regional League
WBA Dudley - West Midlands Powerchair Regional League
WBA Stripes - West Midlands Powerchair Regional League
WBA Strollers - East Midlands Regional Powerchair League
WBA Chargers - East Midlands Regional Powerchair League
West Bromwich Albion - The National Blind Football League
West Bromwich Albion - Irwin Mitchell Solicitors EAFA League
WBA Boing - Sandwell Inclusion Premiership
WBA Stripes - Sandwell Inclusion Premiership
WBA Kings - Sandwell Inclusion Championship
WBA Strollers - Sandwell Inclusion Championship
WBA Throstles - Sandwell Inclusion League
WBA Rondo - Sandwell Inclusion League
WBA Gladiators - Sandwell Inclusion League
WBA Baggies - Sandwell Inclusion League
WBA Ladies - No current divison
WBA Juniors - Sandwell Inclusion Juniors
WBA Futures - No current division
WBA - Sandwell Inclusion League, Wellbeing and Recovery
In addition to the above, The Foundation also supports teams for Walsall Wood FC and Boldmere St Michaels in PAN disability football.
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