Whether you would like to start playing amputee football or have a generic enquiry then we look forward to hearing from you. We aim signpost you to a suitable club, forward you on to one of our regional partners or answer your question as quickly as possible.
Please be patient if it takes some time to get back to you. All EAFA staff are volunteers and provide this service in thier spare time.
The England Amputee Football Association trustees & staff:
Chairman: Steve Johnson
EAFA England Coach: Owen Coyle Jnr
Secretary & Head of Coaching: Pete Wild
Vice Chairman & FDO: Dave Tweed
Board Members & Trustees: Ian Clarke, Gary Marheineke, Aaron Jones.
Steve Johnson: Chairman
After losing his leg Steve discovered amputee football which helped him turn his life around. Three World Cups and a Hall Of Fame induction later, Steve takes great pleasure in Chairing the England Amputee Football Association charity and promoting the sport to others in the hope that they get the same enjoyment and success that he has. Steve also has a coaching role within the Junior progam and is helping to grow the game worldwide.
Owen Coyle Jnr: EAFA England Coach
A young and enthusiastic coach with a great upbringing within football that has given Owen experience beyond his age. He served his apprenticeship within Disability & Womens football at Lancashire FA and has since worked with Oldham Athletic Academy & Community Trust and Blackpool FC Community Trust.
Pete Wild: Head of Coaching
As a Social Inclusion officer for Lancashire FA Pete has lots of experience in development and coaching around both able-bodied & disability sport. Pete's role at Oldham Athletic FC enabled him to bring another level of professionalism to Amputee football. Pete served as GB head coach for 4 years and has now stepped back to take a more hands off approach, advising the charity and lending his wealth of experience to the EAFA coaches.
Dave Tweed: Football Development Officer
Dave has been with EAFA since 2001. Over this time he has helped many people get involved in the game and add an extra dimension to their lives. He launched the GBAF project in 2006 and still continues to support England team & EAFA Charity's overall direction & development. If you have any questions about amputee football in any form, Dave is probably the best person to ask.