The National Ability Counts Finals were held at the David Beckham Academy at Greenwich in South London.
The finalists were champions at county level and the tournament saw teams from all over England compete.
After a day of fiercely fought matches, the overall winners were Liverpool, Brighton & Hove Albion, Llandudno and South London Terriers.
The tournament, which included 68 matches taking place over seven pitches at the impressive indoor venue, made for a hectic schedule, especially when there were seven games running concurrently. Each match was 20 minutes long and each team played a minimum of the games in the first round.
Meg Hewitt and Tracey Bates from The FA’s Customer Relations team met with players, family members, coaches and officials whilst handing out leaflets, badges and postcards, encouraging people to ‘Get into Football’.
The FA’s programme for disability club football, Ability Counts, was launched in 1999, and ensures there are opportunities to play and train at a local level.
In 2006 there were 54 Ability Counts clubs in operation. The clubs are either Football In The Community schemes, Charter Standard Development or Community Clubs.
To find your nearest Ability Counts club click here, or contact your .