History of Aspire Lions PFC
Aspire Lions PFC (Aspire Lions Powerchair Football Club) was formed out of the Aspire Powerchair Sports Club development squad in August 2017, to allow the younger players in the club a chance to develop their competitive game. This has been in the pipeline since 2013 when the development squad was restarted. With this young team, it only seemed right to have a young coach, this is when David Aston stepped in to coach and manage the team. Aspire Lions PFC will have their first ever competitive match at the South East Regional League in October 2017.
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Where to find us
Aspire Powerchair Sports Club
Watford Leisure Centre Woodside,
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WFA (Wheelchair Football Association)
For more information about the sport, please visit the WFA
South East Powerchair Football League
For more information about the South East Powerchair Football League, please visit the NEW SEPFL website.
WFA Regional League Venue
University of Hertfordshire - Sporting Village
De Havilland Campus,
WFA National League Venue
Nottingham Trent University - Lee Westwood Sports Centre
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.