What is Walking Football?
Walking Football is a team sport for those who want to stay active in older age.
Walking Football is a slower version of the standard game with specific rules where you walk instead of run, it is aimed at gentlemen and ladies aged 50+, regardless of their footballing ability, shape or size.
It is designed to help people get fit or maintain an active lifestyle no matter age and fitness level, support people getting back into football if they have given it up due to age or injury, meet new people and have fun.
Madeira Walking Football MWF – Ribeira Brava
Nov 10, 2021 ⚽ Madeira Walking Football sessions take place at Centro Desportivo da Madeira, Ribeira Brava (next to Continente Shopping) you are welcome to come and have at look…
Walking Football Portugal
Dear sport friends We want to introduce you to Walking Football Portugal (WFP).The WFP has been managed by RUTIS (Network of Senior Universities, U3A), Foundation Benfica (of Benfica Lisbon football…
1st regional walking football circuit
Starting next month we will be participating in the 1st regional walking football circuit on the island of Madeira. Do you want to join us? #WalkingFootball #madeirawalkingfootball #madeira
Madeira Walking Football – The Journey 2
The Journey 2 and Madeira Walking Football by Phill Bellamy In November 2021 MWF were invited by Rutis (Rede of Universities for Seniors) Portugal, to take part in a tournament…
MWF Madeira Walking Football and USRB Universidade Sénior Ribeira Brava
Walking Football … A New Way Towards Health and Fitness Even before the start of the new school year, today the USRB and the Madeira Walking Football Association took the…
Madeira Walking Football
Are you a gent or lady looking to get and stay fit and healthy in later years, then why not consider taking part in a sport growing faster than any…
Madeira Walking Football – The Journey 1
The Journey and Madeira Walking Football by Phill Bellamy After the many years of friendship and visits, the bond between Don Amaro, Wil de Jong and myself (Phill Bellamy) has…
Interview with Kate Curley
Interview with Kate Curley, of Madeira Walking Football (MWF). (MWF) Dear Kate. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to interview you here for our MWF blog. Can you start…
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Initiator Madeira Walking Football
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