Today is the EFL's Day of Disabilities where clubs from the Football League highlight the positive work to ensure an inclusive environment for disabled supporters.
The Cheltenham Town Community Trust have five adult teams in the GFA Ability Counts League with 42 registered players that have a wide range of different disabilities aged between 17-48.
The Trust have plenty of ongoing projects involving the disabled including a football session for girls at Belmont School.
Other sessions include Gloucestershire College in Cheltenham, where the Trust have provided an environment for disabled players to compete or enjoy a session non-competitively.
There is also a youth disability session at Alderman Knight School where parents attend a coffee morning while their children take part in football sessions with coaches, sometimes even getting the opportunity to face up against other clubs.
For more information on Cheltenham Town's involvement with disability in the community, please contact Beckem.Foley@ctfccp.com.