It’s set to be another weekend of exhilarating football as five games stand between one team and the 2021 FA Disability Cup. Set to be broadcast live for the very first time on BT Sport, Lorne Gillies spoke exclusively to BT Sport’s chief operating officer Jamie Hindhaugh about the broadcaster’s goals for accessibility.
Never been done before, now in its fifth year the FA Disability Cup is set to be covered live and fully accessible for the first time on BT Sport. Set to host coverage of the Cup, five-time Paralympic champion Hannah Cockroft speaks to Enable.
There is no escaping football at the moment, and now the ball is set to score a spotlight on accessible football with a new documentary Para Football Adventures.
Returning to St George’s Park on 17 and 18 July, the FA Disability Cup is up for grabs with BT Sport providing coverage over the weekend – the first time the cup has been broadcast live.
The Premier League and BT have produced a short film; Inspiring Disabled People Through Sport: Balding and Cockroft’s Inspiring Stories, which discusses how sport can…
Yesterday, Baroness and gold medalist Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson visited charity Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) at Kesteven Rideability, Hough on the Hill, Lincolnshire, to…