NCS is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for 15 to 17 year-olds. A unique chance to take part in outdoor activities, meet incredible people and develop invaluable skills for the real world. In short, it’s all about YOU and your journey towards feeling unstoppable.


Many see football as the 90 minutes on the pitch, the players who steal the show and make the headlines. But behind the scenes, there are thousands of people who all contribute in different ways to make this one of the greatest sports in the world.


In our second series of short films released each week, we’ll be experiencing a Day In The Life of five roles within football, from clubs to the press, to find out what it means to feel unstoppable in their career.


For the second episode in the series we meet Steve Johnson, Disability Manager at Everton FC!


Steve has developed a role at Everton in The Community that provides an opportunity for people with a disability to play football. Having become an amputee himself early in life, he quickly realised there was a lack of opportunities to play the game he loved, driving him to take on a career that would tackle this problem. Steve’s work means that people no longer have to see their disability as something that stops them, and has seen many go on to play at National and International level, including the Paralympics Games.


In this inspiring interview, 90min learns how Steve chose to use his life changing event at a young age, as an unstoppable passion to open up new pathways for people with a disability.