This week marks the EFL's Week of Action for 2023. Every day this week we are going to be celebrating the different things we are doing here at Cheltenham Town, and with the Cheltenham Town Community Trust, to support our local community.
The Cheltenham Town Community Trust Premier League Kicks disability football takes place every Monday for participants of all abilities.
Cheltenham Town head coach Wade Elliott attended one of the club's training sessions on Monday to show some support to the players.
"We pride ourselves on being a community club. We know we aren't the biggest club in the world but we try to be as close to our fans, because they make our football club what it is, said Elliott.
"One of the main things I would say to the players is to enjoy it. I even tell my lads that they should never lose sight of the enjoyment and why you started playing football in the first place."
The club has a mixture of both male and female participants, with ages ranging from 17 to over 50.
For more information about Premier League Kicks project please visit the trust website page.