Electric Eels first team will be competing in the North East Regional League Championship round 4 this coming Sunday. The team have been training hard and are determined to continue to their impressive form but, are aware of the opposition they face. Head coach, Lee said: " It's our last 2 competitive fixtures of the calendar year and we'll be looking to finish as strongly as possible.Barring any illnesses - which we've had to contend with recently - we'll have a squad of 5 t
Electric Eels academy team have gained six valuable points this weekend following two wins in the Yorkshire League Development Round 2. Seven players travelled to Leeds; Ashley, Bobby, Callum, Gareth, George, Jamie and Shaun. The team first faced Leeds Centurions in what was a great match. Despite going a goal behind the team worked hard for each other and managed to score 2 goals one of which was a last gasp goal. After a break, the team regrouped and faced York's B team, fo
Electric Eels Academy team prepare to travel to Leeds this upcoming weekend for round 2 of the Switalski Yorkshire League. In round 1, the academy team gained two draws against Leeds. Academy Coach Kai states the team have been training hard in preparation for round 2. He said: " The team have been really impressing myself, Lee and Luke in their training sessions, they've really been training hard. We've analysed our performances in round 1 and felt we deserved two wins. The
Electric Eels first team have progressed in The WFA Cup following an end to end action in round 1 against Manchester United PFC. In summary how did it all happen: Man United led 2-0 after 15 mins, then we pulled a goal back just before Half Time. We raced out the blocks 2nd half and we're soon 3-2 up.
Man U fought back to 3-3 we scored with what we thought would be the winner with 2 mins to go for then to conceded with seconds left.
4-4 after 40 mins.
So onto extra time an
Hull & East Yorkshire PFC competition teams are travelling to Leeds this coming Sunday 29th September. Electric Eels first team and academy team will be playing in the second round of the North East Regional Powerchair Football League. Electric Eels first team will be facing York-based side Jorvik and Leeds Dynamos. In the first round, Electric Eels first team secured two wins; 5 - 1 and 8 - 0 sitting in first position in the Championship. Last weekend within the national lea
Hull & East Yorkshire Powerchair Football Club are inviting members of the public to come along and cheer on both of their teams; Electric Eels first team and Electric Eels Academy. The local powerchair football club’s season starts on Sunday 8th September at The Allam Sports Centre, University of Hull with both teams kicking off the North East Regional League 2019/20 season at 10am. Electric Eels first team who will be competing in the North East Championship for 2019/20 sea
The Wheelchair Football Association have recently announced the dates and fixtures for the upcoming 2019/20 Muscular Dystrophy UK Championship season. Our first team have been training hard each week during pre season and are now counting down the days until we return to the Lee Westwood Sports Centre at Nottingham Trent University. This upcoming campaign kicks off in September and will finish in April or May 2020. The dates for each round are below: You can follow the clubs
Are you a full-time wheelchair user? Love sport? Living in Hull & East Yorkshire? If you tick ✅ all the boxes, then this blog post is for you. As part of our #TryIt campaign, we have come up with 10 reasons why you should come along and try powerchair football. So where to start: 1. A perfect opportunity for you to socialise with other people who have a similar condition to yourself. 2. Just because you're a wheelchair user that doesn't mean you can never score a goal. Powerc
Hull & East Yorkshire Powerchair Football Club are proud to be launching More Than A Sport campaign. More Than A Sport campaign is designed for our players to tell their stories of how and why powerchair football is more than a sport, it's a life changer. Throughout this campaign, once a week a players story will be shared on our website and across our social media platforms. Additionally, parents and carers will be sharing how powerchair football has changed their families l
Electric Eels competition teams are on the road again this coming weekend for the North East Regional Powerchair Football League. On Sunday 24th March, Electric Eels first team and academy team will be travelling to Thornaby. For the first team, this will be the final round of the 2018/19 NEPFL meanwhile, the academy team will have another round to go. Electric Eels first team who compete in the NEPFL Premiership face Middlesbrough at 11am then, Middlesbrough Reserves at 1pm.
Electric Eels first team are back on the road this weekend as they head to Lee Westwood Sports Centre in Nottingham for round 4 MDUK Championship. The first team are currently sat in 8th and are hoping to progress up the table this coming weekend. On Saturday, the team face Cheltenham SW All Stars at 1pm then face AFC Bournemouth Warriors at 3:30 PM. On Sunday morning at 9:15 am they face Norwich City, later in the day they face Bolton Bullets at 2:15 pm. Head coach, Lee Bren
Hull & East Yorkshire Powerchair Football Club are on the road again this coming weekend. On Sunday 10th March Electric Eels Academy team will be travelling down the M62 heading to Leeds for the Switalski Solicitors Yorkshire League. Electric Eels Academy only have two fixtures on Sunday, their first match is against PHAB at 11:30 AM, whilst their final game will be against Leeds Centurions. The academy team havebeen training hard over the past few months in preparation for t
Hull & East Yorkshire Powerchair Football Club are proud to relaunch the Try It campaign. After a successful, short period of running the campaign in late 2017 the club have decided to relaunch Try It for 2019. The Try It campaign was created in November 2017 with the aim of increasing awareness of powerchair football and the club in the Hull & East Yorkshire region with the sole purpose to increase participation. Following a successful short period it was decided to run the
Hull & East Yorkshire Powerchair Football Club are inviting members of the public to come, watch and cheer on Eels, as powerchair football will be played at a competitive level. In just under three weeks time, the club will be hosting the 3rd Round of the North East Powerchair Football Regional League (NEPFL) on Sunday 2nd December. The club will be hosting the 3rd round at their new home venue, The Beacon at Hull University Sports & Fitness centre, entrance is on Inglemire L
Hull & East Yorkshire Powerchair Football Club are proud to announce we will be moving to the new prestigious Sports Centre at University of Hull. Image courtesy of University of Hull The centre will not only become the clubs new training ground but also, the official home ground for our host rounds in the North East Regional League and Yorkshire League. The new Sports Centre will become the only 3 court venue in the region as well as a fully-accessible changes places room. H
We are pleased to announce Hull City Official Supporters Club (HCOSC) have chosen our fundraising campaign 'New Wheels For Eels' as their good cause for HCOSC Golf Society Competition. The golf day will be taking place on Wednesday 12th September at Springhead Park Golf Club, Pickering Road. The first tee off will be from 12 noon. The club's marketing & communications officer Kai Gill made contact with HCOSC in the beginning of the year following our announcement of this year
The Wheelchair Football Association have announced dates for the MDUK Championship 2018/19 season. Hull & East Yorkshire Powerchair Football Club will be travelling to the Lee Westwood Sports Centre, at Nottingham Trent University. With the fixtures announced and players preparing for the trials this coming Saturday, coaches Lee Brennan and Kai Gill have planned a tough pre season for the players to dig their wheels into. You can download your own version of the fixtures in t
Electric Eels travel to Nottingham this weekend as the MDUK Championship returns to the Lee Westwood Sports Centre. Over the weekend Electric Eels will play in a total of five games and hope to continue to push for the play off spot. The team currently sit in 5th position with 23 points following 7 wins, 2 draws and 4 defeats from thirteen matches. On Saturday 17 March Electric Eels face Middlesbrough Reserves at 9:15am, then at 1pm the team will face Cheltenham SW All Star,