Super League (Europe) and the Rugby Football League (RFL) have partnered with the national social care charity Community Integrated Care to form a ground-breaking inclusive sports programme for people with learning disabilities and autism.
The ‘Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League’ will give people with learning disabilities and autism the opportunity to play an adapted version of Rugby League, in a series of high-profile festivals and events.
The programme aims to promote the development of skills, confidence and positive experiences for people with learning disabilities, and promote social inclusion.
We launched our LDRL side in 2019 with the team playing at Anfield, Hull Kr and Bootham Crescent amongst other venues. These fun sessions and great festivals are a wonderful opportunity for more people to enjoy the game of Rugby League.
York City Knights Disability Rugby League Club will resume on Saturday 3rd February 10-11 at York St John Sports Park, Haxby Road, York, YO31 8TA.
This link will direct you to our booking system ‘Floc’. If you are new to this system you will need to complete the simple registration process. The event code for this session is: XEp3
For more information contact Grace Field on 01904 876527 or email firstname.lastname@example.org