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Access for All

Wheelchair Fields

Accessible sports fields are striped specifically for wheelchair softball and football.

Forest Park Wheel Chair  Game

Bronx

Arcilla Playground: Wheelchair Softball
Patterson Playground: Wheelchair Football

Brooklyn

Betsy Head Memorial Playground: Wheelchair Softball & Football Field

Manhattan

St. Vartan Playground: Wheelchair Softball & Football Field

Queens

Bulova Park: Wheelchair Softball Field (first wheelchair field in the city)
Victory Field: Wheelchair Football Field

Staten Island

De Matti Playground: Wheelchair Softball Field

Forest Park Wheel Chair  Game

Wheelchair Softball

Bronx : Arcilla Playground
Brooklyn : Betsy Head Memorial Playground
Manhattan : St. Vartan Playground
Queens : Bulova Park (first wheelchair field in the city)
Staten Island : De Matti Playground

Wheelchair Football

Bronx : Patterson Playground
Manhattan : St. Vartan Playground
Queens : Victory Field

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