Sports Section

The Sports Section is a department aimed to promote sport, encouraging inclusive participation and improvement both individual and group. Through adapted sports is achieved enhance the physical social and personal development.

There are 4 different modalities within the Sports Section.

Let’s face the challenge and you will see that your capacities are greater than you think!


Adapted sport

Commit to sports and you will get physical, psychological and social benefits for both you and the context that surrounds you.

Sports practice improves self-esteem and ability to overcome, thanks to individual or collective effort.

Adapted sports in the FLM, for you.

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Table tennis

Table tennis is a paralympic sport with enormous power of integration. It combines reflexes, speed and intelligence, requiring moderate physical effort.

There are two groups adapted to different levels:

• Competition: in which you can compete in the two teams we have in the Madrid Regional League. Some of our players have got medals in Championships of Spain.

• Initiation: you will have the opportunity to learn or continue advancing in this great sport.

Tennis table player
Quad Rugby player during a match


You can be part of the first team of wheelchair rugby in Spain, or quad-rugby, that was created in October 2011.

It is an Olympic sport since 1996, specifically for quadriplegics. It combines elements of rugby, basketball and handball. It is included in the Spanish Federation of Sports of People with Physical Disabilities (FEDDF), so we can fight for the first Spain Championship.

You can work your fitness, strength, endurance, speed, coordination and balance in a sport where technology is as important as collective tactics. Pass, receive, bounce the ball, block the opponents to reach the opposite goal line and scores more goals than the other team.



Boccia is a Paralympic sport similar to petanque whose practice is intended for people with total or partial disabilities in their limbs, using wheelchairs.

You will work your balance, coordination and strength in the upper limbs. Test your precision and accuracy by throwing the balls and work your strategy to let them closer than the opponent to the white ball.


“"You have to believe only that you can do something and you will have the strength to do it"

Boccia player practicing
A pyramid of plastic cups and a girl removes a glass from the tower


This season we started a new sport, the stacking. A very recent sport in our country consisting of assembling and disassembling pyramids with specially designed plastic cups in predetermined sequences. Participants compete against the clock or another player.

Any person with a capacity in the hands to take the glasses, stacking and dropping them, is ready to practice stacking.

It is a fun sport, which emphasizes the overcoming to improve day by day.

It has many therapeutic benefits as development of eye-hand coordination, laterality, both hemispheres, the response rate, the differential work of the fingers, etc. Other benefits such as improved attention and memory and increased self-esteem are also achieved.

We encourage you to try it and see how hooked!