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Liverpool Transplant Football Club

What is Transplant Football?

Liverpool Transplant Football Club are the first Football Association registered Transplant Football Club in the U.k. Inspiring dialysis and transplant patients that anything is achievable. Our transplant football club is a way to integrate patients back into the community and build self-belief in their own ability with like-minded people.

Our mission is to overcome adversity and raise awareness of Organ Donation and the benefits that the gift of life can give to all ages.

Since 2018 our club has developed into a Pan disability football club, providing training sessions and league football. All mixed-ability players 16+, male & female, are welcome to join us for our training sessions in a safe and friendly environment. 


What is Para Football?

Para football is a term used to describe a diverse network of persons whose football ability is not determined by their disability. Emphasising more on the abilities to compete at all levels in football around the world.

Where can I get involved in Para Disability Football?

Our teams play in the Merseyside Ability Counts League, in bands A and B (Premiership and Championship). No matter what your football ability, all players get a chance to get involved with roll on and roll off subs. So you don't miss out on the fun and team spirit but achieve specific goals tailored to your ability and fitness level. 

Are your coaches qualified?

All our coaches are Min FA L1 - Uefa B Qualified, First Aid responders and hold a FA welfare officer license. We are fully insured through Bluefin Insurance and work with National Mental Health organisations to aid our player's progression and integration back into the community. 


New Generation

In 2022/23 we are developing more opportunities and provisions for Transplant and Pan-Disability Kids, Teens and Adults. 

Starting with a Soca Kidz Development Academy for Transplant children aged 5-7 and 7-12 years with an aim to progress onto our 12-16 Talent Pathway, to one day play for England Transplant Football Club.

We will be providing more opportunities for girls and women to get involved in football and join local leagues in Liverpool and Cheshire, through our #TheGirlCan project, working with Sport England. 

As well as continuing our Halton Hawks Futsal training and matches for all ages and Inclusion, Men & Women's Health football sessions will be back in spring 2023. 

get in touch today or call 07455140648 and become part of our growing football family.  

Steve Woodrow



Who to contact

Contact Name
Stevie Woodrow
Contact Position

Where to go

North Liverpool Academy
120, Heyworth St,
L5 0SQ

We have risk assessments and Covid procedures in place to run this session safely and effectively. If you are interested in attending an upcoming session please contact one of the coaching team prior by email or visit our Facebook page to register your attendance. HERE 


Alternatively, if you require more information about Pan/Para Disability Football or Transplant Football please send us an email to >

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Time of day
Session Information
7pm till 8pm - League 1/2 (Low-Medium )
8pm -9m - Championship 1/2 - (High/Mainstream Ability)

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
5.00 per Session
You can join us for training, fun and friendly matches for a one-off fee per session. Alternatively, if you wish to register for the club to play in the league and national tournaments the fee is £20 per month by Direct Debit or Paypal Recurring Payments. ( This fee includes training, FA league registration, Insurance and Kit Maintenance)
Offering Tax Free Childcare.


Referral required
Referral Details

First Session Free for registered disability & mental health organisations (Max 10 people) 

Please contact  for more details 

Other notes

Para Football Classifications 


• Transplant Football 

• Blind Football

• Amputee Football

• Cerebral Palsy Football

• Deaf Football

• Down Syndrome Football 

• Mental Health Football

• Partially Sighted Football 



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