Disability Sport Fife
Disability Sport Fife (DSF) is a member organisation of Scottish Disability Sport and was established in 1977 to provide sports opportunities for children, young people and adults with a physical, sensory or learning disability. The Headquarters of DSF are the Fife Sports and Leisure Trust Sports Centre in Glenrothes.
DSF organises a programme of events, festivals and sports specific activity sessions throughout the year for children, young people and adults with a physical, sensory or learning disability. DSF works in partnership with Fife Council and the Fife Sports and Leisure Trust.
DSF is well served by a large team of volunteers of all ages who support members in their efforts to reach their full potential in sport. DSF supports representative teams to compete in National championship events throughout the UK. DSF has a Futures Squad comprising of individuals who have the potential to achieve international honours at the Paralympic Games or Commonwealth Games.
DSF has been represented at every Paralympic Games since 1984 and will be represented in the Games in London. Over 22 summer and winter paralympians have come from Fife and many have achieved considerable success against the world's leading athletes with a disability. DSF prides itself in the number of athlete members who play an active role in the organisation
Various venues across Fife although main meeting place is:
- Scottish Disability Sport