Welcome to Aston Stars Football Club Page:

Here at Aston Stars FC we aim to provide adults with social, physical and mental health disabilities an opportunity to play 11 aside football at a high standard. Our aim is to provide every player with the support they need to progress not only through their football career but also outside of recreational football.

We acknowledge here at Aston Stars FC the importance of sport as a tool to enhance the lives and social experiences of every individual and aim to use football within this club to support those in need.

Many of our current players represent their country in a range of different disability categories and some even play semi professionally with local teams.
It is important to note the foundations that this club stands by and aims to provide to all players, if you would like to be involved please do not hesitate to get in touch

Further information can be required through the rest of this website or via phone or email....contact details throughout the website.

News Feed
  • Congratulations

    Well done to Tyrone Welcome our No 1 Goalkeeper for his GB squad selection for this October's world cup in Russia... From all of us we wish you the best of luck and I am extremely proud of you!! If you would like to follow his journey or donate to the GB charity please go to http://www.theeafa.co.uk/ From all of us here at Aston Stars FC we are sending the GB squad all our good luck wishes. Come on boys, bring it home!

  • Training and Matches

    Season kicks off on Sunday 9th September for any fans that wish to come and support the lads! Our home games will be played at Oaklands recreational playing fields Henry Road Sheldon B25... Training will be at Aston Park Astroturf, Trinity Road, B6.. thanks to our partnership work on Mondays 6-8pm! We will also be training Friday evenings in the park until it gets dark start date to be announced! ... Anyone wishing to join please get in touch! Looking forward to the new season!

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Providing adults with disabilities a positive football experience and opportunities to play at a high standard. Supported by The FA and Birmingham Ability Counts League.
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