Who we work with

No-one tells our story better than some of the people whose lives we helped to change. We’d like you to meet a few of them.

  • Who we work with: Connor

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    Anyone visiting Brighton & Hove Albion's American Express Community Stadium this season cannot have failed to notice the eye-catching new design on the front of the club shop, which features players from all four of Albion in the Community’s (AITC) national...

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  • Who we work with: Zachary

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    Albion in the Community’s (AITC) football session for people with autism takes place at the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre in Lancing and is providing a growing number of people with the chance to play the sport they love.

    Zachary Nye is a regular at the...

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  • Who we work with: Dan

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    Albion in the Community (AITC) offers a range of opportunities for footballers with a disability, including running a number of teams that compete at a national level.

    One of those sides is the Brighton & Hove Albion Amputee FC (BHAAFC). The team train at the American...

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  • Who we work with: Tate

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    Tate Willis is a regular at Albion in the Community’s (AITC) football sessions for people with a disability. She is also the most recent recipient of the Albion in the Community Award.

    A fantastic example of what individuals can achieve when given a chance and the right...

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  • Who we work with: Colby

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    Albion in the Community (AITC) now runs more than 30 football sessions for people with a disability.

    Among its regular sessions are those that take place as part of a regional talent hub that it delivers on behalf of the FA. Aimed at promising young players who have cerebral...

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  • Who we work with: Cadogan

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    Each year Albion in the Community (AITC) works with more than 140 local schools, using football as a way of engaging thousands of pupils.

    A growing number of those pupils are taking part in Premier League Primary Stars, a national primary schools programme which uses the...

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