The FA is launching phase three of its national initiative ‘Heart Safe Clubs’ to provide life-saving defibrillators to all grassroots football clubs in England from 1 July 2019.
The scheme was first launched in 2017 and Phases 1 and 2 have proved so successful that The FA is now launching Phase 3 with WEL Medical, its strategic supply partner.
WEL Medical specialises in life-saving devices and is supplying The FA with the iPAD SP1 defibrillator, a nominated device of the British Heart Foundation.
Clubs can now purchase life-saving iPAD SP1 defibrillators for the special price of £695+VAT (usual cost £1325+VAT).
The IPAD SP1 is a nominated unit of the British Heart Foundation and is deployed by the NHS Ambulance service. The iPAD SP1 defibrillator is portable; it weighs just 2.4kg (including the battery pack and pads) and comes in a robust, high visibility carry case.
Phase 3 launched on 1 July 2019 and all grassroots clubs in England can apply for a defibrillator via the dedicated website:
Visit FootballDefibs.org here!
WEL Medical will require the club name, affiliation number, name of County FA, and the name/position of the person ordering the AED.
If you have questions or enquiries relating to the Heart Safe Clubs initiative, please contact WEL Medical on 03333 444 789 in the first instance or email Chris.Doherty@LancashireFA.com