Welcome to Club Doncaster Titans

Doncaster Titans Ability Counts FC and ClubDoncaster came together in August 2016 to help each other to provide access to football for either male or female adult & junior players with or without a disability and those who suffer from any type or degree of mental health by offering regular inclusive coaching sessions in a fun, safe, enjoyable environment.

Focusing on ability, not disability. We are the club for any beginner, disabled or non-disabled who wants to learn how to play the beautiful game. You can join the team by requesting to join (click here).

TITANS INVADE BRADFORD’S PITCH

Roundup of September including Club Doncaster Titans Juniors enjoying a game on the pitch of Bradford’s Northern Commercials Stadium.

10/09 Start of 7-A-Side The South Yorkshire Ability Counts Premier League and Championship. Adults Grey are top of the league following two high-scoring victories. Meanwhile Adults White won one and lost one.

17/09 Club Doncaster Titans achieved a trophy double at the Bradford Disability Football Tournament. The Adult Black and Junior Red came top of their leagues/knockouts. Adult Red, Adult Grey and Junior Black all came second in their respective tournaments.

23/09 Adults participated in The Diamond Foundation Tournament at St George’s Park National Football Centre. There was mixed results with both teams playing against higher caliber opponents.

30/10 Juniors enjoyed a mini-tournament at Bradford City FC Disability Projects. Red U16’s and The U12’s enjoyed two victories and a draw. Black U16’s had a tough afternoon, winning once but losing three matches. The juniors then traveled to Bradford’s Northern Commercials Stadium and played in front of the Bradford City and Doncaster Rovers fans at half-time.

Good Start for Titans

Two Doncaster Titans teams kicked off at the weekend (10 September 2017), with both teams getting wins on the board.

Grey Team began their campaign with thrilling 5-0 and 4-1 wins, which put them at the summit of Division 1 (South Yorkshire Ability Counts League). Goals came from Aaron, Callum, Dan, Dean, Liam and Sean.

Meanwhile a disappointing start for the White Team, after they were well beaten by a good Rotherham side (7-1). An improvement in the second match – saw the boys win 1-0 and lift themselves to third in the Premier division (South Yorkshire Ability Counts League).

KEEPMOAT TOURNAMENT SUCCESS

Just under sixty teams competed in this year’s Annual Disability and Mental Health Tournaments, which took place on Sunday 27 August.

Club Doncaster Titans fielded five teams (four disability, one mental health).

Representatives from the likes of Aston Villa, Barnsley FC, Bradford City, Chesterfield FC, Derby County and Grimsby Town battled it out in numerous groups.

Darren Warner (Chairman) also paid tribute to the tournaments sponsors – Andrews Cooling Ltd, Assured Fire & Security Ltd, Club Doncaster Academy & Foundation, Cook & Lucas Frozen Limited, Cook N Dine, DHL, Tesco, T Quality and Warners Fish Merchants Ltd.