We paid a visit to Clyde’s Powerchair FC to find out more about the powerchair club. Clyde PFC were officially rebranded and launched in September 2012 through a partnership between Clyde Football Club and the Glasgow City Powerchair Club. Powerchair football has been going on in Glasgow since April 2010 following a pilot programme organised by Active Schools Glasgow and Renfrewshire and has gone from strength to strength since then allowing the formation of the club you see today. Clyde PFC currently run one session based in North Lanarkshire catering for male and female footballers of all ages and abilities. The club are founding members of the Scottish Powerchair Football League and winners of the inaugural Powerchair Scottish Cup. They have two teams at present within Clyde PFC, Clyde Alba and Clyde Caledonia.
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