The FA Disability Cup is the largest competition of its kind in this country bringing Six Cup Finals to St George’s Park for one weekend.
We are delighted to confirm the 2023 FA Disability Cup finals will be played across the weekend of 24 – 25 June, with tickets on sale now.
Six hard-fought finals are set to take place, featuring some of the nation’s most successful grassroots teams, competing to be crowned national champions in their respective formats.
The action-packed schedule for the weekend is as follows:
Saturday 24 June
10:15am: Partially Sighted Cup in partnership with the National Partially Sighted League – The Futsal Arena
12:10pm: Amputee Cup Final in partnership with England Amputee Football Association – Sir Alf Ramsey Pitch - Indoor 3G
2:40pm: Blind Cup Final in partnership with the National Blind Football League – Tony Larkin Blind Pitch
Sunday 25 June
10:30am: Cerebral Palsy Cup Final in partnership with CP Sport – Sir Alf Ramsey Pitch - Indoor 3G
12:40pm: Powerchair Cup Final in partnership with the Wheelchair Football Association – The Futsal Arena
2:40pm: Deaf Cup Final in partnership with England Deaf Football – Sir Alf Ramsey Pitch - Indoor 3G
On the day you will need to produce a copy of your e-ticket and exchange this for a wristband which will gain admittance to the final you have a ticket for.
If you purchase tickets to more than one game, then multiple wristbands will be issued. The Wristband Exchange will be located outside the Futsal Hall or National Football Centre and directional signage will be displayed across St. Georges Park. Our friendly team of FA Disability Cup staff will also be ready to welcome you and to direct you to the correct area on the day.