In Cork we have a range of inclusive and SportsAbility clubs looking for new members. Check out the list below for contact details on a range of activities.
If you have any questions, contact the Sports Inclusion Disability officer, Kate Feeney email@example.com
Ballincollig Special Olympics Club Ballincollig
Bandon Special Olympics Club Bandon
Clonakilty S.O. Club Clonakilty
Copstown S.O. Golf Society Copstown
Cork Golf Club Special Olympics Little Island
Cork S.O. Badminton Club Mahon
Cork S.O. Bowling Club Cork City
Cork S.O. Swimming Club Cork City
Doneraile Rockets S.O. Club Doneraile
Duhallow Riders S.O. Equestrian Club Duhallow
Inniscarra Blues S.O. Bocce Club Inniscarra
Leeside Legends S.O. Club Douglas
Mallow Marlins S.O. Swimming Club Mallow
Midleton S.O. Club Midleton
Muskerry S.O. Club Macroom
Owenabue S.O. Gymnastics Club Crosshaven
St. vincents Centre Cork City
Mallow United Football S.O. Club Mallow
Castlewhite Equestrian SOC Inniscarra, Co Cork
Cork Association for Autism East Cork Driving Range
For contact details for any of the above clubs please contact Special Olympics Munster on firstname.lastname@example.org or at 021 4977192
Fermoy Action Childrens Education (F.A.C.E.) Physical Activity Sports Club
The FAI Football For All programme and Vision Sports Ireland work in conjunction to promote and develop football opportunities for people with vision impairments.
Blind Football takes place in Cork:
Please contact Nick Harrison email@example.com
The website of Cork Sports Partnerships (CSP) provides contact details for clubs and organisations who offer physical activity opportunities for people with disabilities in the Cork region. CSP does not take responsibility for personal experiences of participants.
Each of the named clubs have a keen interest in promoting SportsAbility & inclusion for people of all abilities.