On Tuesday 28th January, the Kent Disability Football League named Fil as an ambassador. Having always been a huge advocate for disabled football following his retirement, Fil is excited and dedicated to raising its profile and aiding in the growth of opportunities for disabled adults and children interested in playing competitive football within Kent.
KDFL Chairman, Brian Gray, said "The league are excited about Fil Kamps agreeing to become one of our ambassadors. Fil is an inspiration to so many and is proof that a disability does not hold you back, when you put your mind to it you can achieve anything. Fil will give everyone in the league a genuine role model to follow."
Fil said of the announcement "I am honoured to have been asked to become an ambassador for the Kent Disability Football League, they are making such a difference in the lives of the amazing players that grace their pitches every month. I will continue to be an advocate for the talented disabilty football players in Kent and look forward to what the future holds for the KDFL."
The Kent Disability Football League provides opportunities for adults and children with a disability to participate in regular competitive football in the Kent county. There are over 50 teams across different divisions within the KDFL, making it the largest disability football league in England. You can find more information HERE.