SURREY BLUES WIN DISABILITY LEAGUE

The Chelsea FC Foundation's Surrey Blues disability teams continued the club's victorious end to the 2011/12 campaign by winning the Football For All League, run by the Surrey County FA.

The team won the league by nine points after beating local rivals Feltham Bees, Richmond Special Olympics, Woking FC, Mytchett FC and CMG to secure the top trophy. It's the first time the disability side have won the Surrey FA's league trophy.

'It's a fantastic achievement and I would like to thank all the coaches and volunteer staff who have helped make this such a memorable season for the Surrey Blues,' said the Chelsea FC Foundation's Football+ development officer Rob Seale.

'The Chelsea FC Foundation is very proud of the commitment of all our disability players, who have done a fine job of representing the club. Winning the league title is a huge bonus for all involved.'

The Surrey Blues is a scheme supporting young adult footballers to play the sport within special needs colleges and schools.

For more information contact Rob Seale at rob.seale@chelseafc.com.