Michael is now a very experienced international who played at Everton FC Academy prior to his accident, alongside Wayne Rooney.
Craig has been playing Football since he was 10 years old and has been competing for over five years.
Ibrahima first started playing Football as a young boy, when he used to play alongside his brother.
Matt first got involved with 7-a-side Football after he received a head injury playing semi-professional Football. Prior to his accident, Matt played for Kidderminster, Bromsgrove, St. Helens and various other clubs in the North West.
Matt made his Paralympic debut in Beijing, and made his second Games appearance at London 2012.
George, a silver medallist from the 2012 BT Paralympic World Cup, made his Paralympic debut for ParalympicsGB at London 2012.
Blair has been playing Football for over 18 years and he made his Paralympic debut at London 2012.
London 2012 will be Jonathan's second Paralympic Games, as he led the team out at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games where Great Britain achieved a 7th place finish.
Alistair has been playing Football since he was seven years old and was encouraged to continue with the sport following his accident.
James says that he has been playing Football for as long as he can remember and describes it as the best game in the world.
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