Cleveland Hall

Walking Football for Stroke Survivors with Gateshead FC Foundation

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Walking Football at Cleveland Hall - Stroke Survivors

Walking football offers a multitude of health benefits to people such as reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke while improving blood pressure.

Walking football also gives an often isolated section of the community the chance to become involved in something they really enjoy, make new friends, form lasting relationships with like-minded people and generally improve their social circle and overall quality of life, often making them feel less isolated and more a part of the wider community.

There are also many psychological and mental health advantages to playing walking football namely high levels of personal reward and satisfaction with reduced levels of stress and exertion while playing, despite working physically hard.

(Read our 'Five Reasons to Join Walking Football' guide).

Other sessions:

Monday 11:30 – 12:30;   Cleveland Hall - All ages (currently fully booked)

Thursday 11:00 -12:00;   Birtley Leisure Centre - over 55’s
Thursday 18:00 – 19:00;   Gateshead Int Stadium - All ages

Friday 15:30 - 16:30; Blaydon Youth and Community Centre - over 55's

Simply register your interest in attending any of these sessions by using the registration form here> and turn up to the session.

If you wish to be added to a waiting list or have any queries about any of our walking football sessions please email us at register@gfc-foundation.org.uk or complete the form below and we will get back to you asap regarding your query.

Date(s)

weekly on Monday, starting from Monday, November 1, 2021 - 10:30, forever
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Cost

Free

Venue Address

Old Lyndhurst School, Easedale Gardens
Low Fell
Gateshead NE9 6TA
United Kingdom

54.931688279047, -1.5886080294328