London 2012

Lee Brunton

Lee got involved with Football 5-a-side after he began to lose his sight when he was about 12 years old.

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Dave Clarke

Dave was the captain of Britain's Football 5-a-side team and competed at London 2012 as the most experienced member of the squad, having achieved 144 caps throughout his international career.

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Dan English

Dan first started competing in Football 5-a-side in 2008.

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Darren Harris

Darren started playing Football as a youngster and has now been playing for over 15 years. 

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Dan James

Dan is a sighted goalkeeper and represented ParalympicsGB in Football 5-a-side in Beijing and London.

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Will Norman

Will’s first major tournament was the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games and he has been a key player in the team ever since.

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Keryn Seal

Keryn started to play Football aged nine when he played in a sighted mainstream league. After his sight began to deteriorate he began to compete in Football 5-a-side .

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Lewis Skyers

Lewis is one of the sighted goalkeepers in the squad.

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Roy Turnham

Roy was originally a 800m runner in the UK Athletics development squad, but has always loved Football and began to play competitively with Everton in the National Blind League in 2008.

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Robin Williams

Robin lost his sight at 18 months but always played with his Dad and brothers in a kick about.
 

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