About Aspire Powerchair Sports Club

Aspire Powerchair Sports Club is a Powerchair Football Club which currently has four teams competing in Regional, National and European competitions.  These are Aspire PFC, Muscle Warriors PFC, Evergreen PFC and Aspire Lions PFC (Development Team).  We cater for anyone of any age who suffers from a physical disability and wants to play Powerchair Football.  We currently train at Watford Leisure Centre Woodside on Sunday afternoon between 3-5 PM, our teams take part in the South East Regional League at several locations throughout the season and also play in the National Leagues 6 times a year at Nottingham Trent University.


Aspire Powerchair Sports Club is linked with Aspire National Training Centre, The Muscle Help Foundation, Evergreen Football Club.

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Where to find us

Aspire Powerchair Sports Club

Oaklands College,

Hatfield Road,

St Albans,




Sat Nav: AL4 0XS



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WFA (Wheelchair Football Association)

For more information about the sport, please visit the WFA

official website.

South East Powerchair Football League

For more information about the South East Powerchair Football League, please visit the NEW SEPFL website.

WFA Regional League Venues

K2 Crawley

Pease Pottage Hill,


RH11 9BQ


University of Hertfordshire - Sporting Village

De Havilland Campus​​,

Mosquito Way,


AL10 9EU



WFA National League Venue

Nottingham Trent University - Lee Westwood Sports Centre

Clifton Campus,


NG11 8NS



Peter Harrison Foundation

The Peter Harrison Foundation is an independent grant-making trust which supports voluntary and community organisations working in any part of the UK.  For more information, please visit the Peter Harrison Foundation website.