The Activity Alliance, formerly known as the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is an organisation dedicated to disability sport. Their aim is to be the united voice of disability sport seeking to promote inclusion and achieve equality of sporting opportunities for disabled people.
If you have a disability and not sure how to start getting active, the Activity Alliance have some great resources to help you on your way
The Activity Alliance have produced a film which is supported by Disability Rights UK and funded by Sport England which showcases the journey of seven disabled people and their participation in sport
Disability Rights UK - Doing sport differently
Doing Sport differently is a guide created by Disability Rights UK and is their to support people living with a disability or health conditions to participate in sport and physical activity. It has been written by and for people with lived experience of disability in order to help you access grassroots sports activities.
Taking part in sports can be great fun and is a good way to keep active. You do not have to take part competitively to enjoy a sporting activity as many people participate for the social side sport can bring.
Hull has a wide range of inclusive sports activities across the city which you can find on our community directory.
Hull Culture and Leisure offer first class sport and leisure facilities for both casual and club users. They have swimming pools, multi purpose sports halls, an athletics stadium and new outdoor tennis court at Costello Stadium, the regions largest ice rink and the regions only cycle track. They also have outdoor all weather pitches suitable for hockey, football and general training practices.