Find community and confidence from one of our many sports leagues, including soccer, basketball, bowling, and more.
Our Group Based Sports
With five sports and counting, United Abilities has no shortage of ways for your participant to get active. All of our sports are beginner-friendly, and our coaches are specially to work with athletes with intellectual disabilities. Activities are offered most days of the week in the Adelaide area, although there are often opportunities to travel through events like the Special Olympics.
Each United Sports activity is covered by the NDIS under the Core Supports category.
Participants love hitting the court with our basketball league. It’s fast-paced but beginner-friendly, and a great way for participants to develop communication skills with their teammates. We play once a week at the Ingle Farm Rec Centre. Some of our players also compete in the Ivor Burge Championship, and recently helped clinch the 2020 title for South Australia.
Ingle Farm Rec Centre, 3/58 Beovich Rd. Ingle Farm SA
Wednesday from 6.30 pm to 7:150 pm (League)
Our award-winning soccer program is one of our favourites to coach. In addition to weekly games in Warnpangga, many participants are able to participate in matches around the country including the Special Olympics and McDonalds Kanga Cup.
Warnpangga, Parklands, North Adelaide (next to Adelaide Archery Club) Saturday from 9am to 10.15am
Adding yoga to their practice can help participants find an inner focus and calm. Although it may look slow, it’s actually a great way to work up a sweat and strengthen both the mind and body.
United Abilities, Building B, 338-340 Tapleys Hill Road, Seaton Monday from 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm
This social sport is popular among participants of all ages. If your participant has a Friday to “spare,” they should join us at Zone Bowling.
Zone Bowling, Woodville, 819 Port Road, Woodville SA
Zone Bowling, Noarlunga, David Witton Dr, Noarlunga SA
Friday from 6pm-8:30pm