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Grabbing a few friends for a kick about is a great way to combine socialising and sport. But since football is a contact sport there is always the chance of injury, this risk can be increased during more serious team games/matches. It is best that you do not take part in any of these unless this has been talked about and agreed with your haemophilia care team first. Why not find other ways to take part in the game? If you are 14 years or older you can train to become a referee! Not only is this a great way to play a vital role in a match, it's another exciting way to stay active.

But how do I get involved?

Visit the Football Association to find out more.

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