The Wheelchair Football Association are looking for two new executive committee board members to support the development of the WFA.

We are searching for a new National League Secretary to lead on the running of our well established national league. In addition to this, we are delighted to announce an exciting new role to the committee, a fundraising officer. 

For more information about each role, you can download a PDF below

The WFA was formed in 2005 to develop the sport of Powerchair Football in England. The WFA work in partnership with the Football Association as football’s governing body. The WFA work with a wide range of partners in order to develop more clubs and playing opportunities.  In April 2014 the WFA became a Charity Incorporated Organisation (CIO).

Our Vision:

Our vision is to build a professional and sustainable organisation in order to provide opportunities for people with a physical impairment to access Powerchair Football across England. We strive to promote, govern and develop the sport whilst maintaining our core organisational values.

Our Mission:

The WFA aim to ensure that Powerchair Football is accessible to the widest number of its target audience. We encourage and promote the sport of Powerchair Football with the object of improving conditions of life and to assist in their integration into the game of football and to society as a whole.  We will achieve this by:

  • Engaging with our members and their clubs to provide support, guidance and resources to create a sustainable network.
  • Maintaining our player pathway to cater for all levels and engage with the Football Association elite player programme.
  • Developing effective communication with our Membership.
  • Effectively administering all Powerchair Football competitions throughout England.
  • Creating a skilled workforce to support the game.

Our Values:

We will work to achieve our vision, by working to the following key values:

  • The WFA endeavour to be professional and strive for the continuous development of powerchair football in England.
  • Recruit staff who are hardworking, knowledgeable and passionate about the continual progression of Powerchair Football.
  • Ensure we are open, honest and engage with our membership to ensure their voices are heard and their needs are met.
  • We will encourage all individuals, irrespective of gender, disability, race, sexual orientation or age, to reach their full potential.
  • Work in partnership with disability organisations to engage with the disabled community and promote Powerchair Football across England.

You can download the WFA CIO Constitution for more information around the role of a trustee here.