Making football accessible for children and adults with disabilities
Established in 2011 as the first competitive adapted football program in Ohio, the Cleveland Browns Adapted Football League gives children and adults with disabilities the opportunity to participate in an organized, competitive and developmental sport that would otherwise be unavailable to them.
The primary goals for each player in the league are skill development, social interaction and physical exercise. The league is organized into two divisions – one for able-bodied players and another for players using wheelchairs.
The Adapted Football League is offered in collaboration with the Achievement Centers for Children and receives support from Browns Give Back.
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