Lee got involved with Football 5-a-side after he began to lose his sight when he was about 12 years old.
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.
Dan first started competing in Football 5-a-side in 2008.
Darren started playing Football as a youngster and has now been playing for over 15 years.
Dan is a sighted goalkeeper and represented ParalympicsGB in Football 5-a-side in Beijing and London.
Will’s first major tournament was the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games and he has been a key player in the team ever since.
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 .
Lewis is one of the sighted goalkeepers in the squad.
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.
Robin lost his sight at 18 months but always played with his Dad and brothers in a kick about.
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