Inclusion through sports
TRACOS is a Tokyo-based nonprofit organization that exists to improve the lives of all affected by developmental disorders. We do this by creating opportunities for them to play soccer, which enables them to build up their health, to acquire sociability and to learn cooperation. Concurrently, we are intent on creating public awareness. It is impossible to accomplish our vision, “Inclusion through sports”, without a mutual connection between individuals who have learning disabilities/difficulties and unimpaired people.
TRACOS runs seven soccer schools* and one soccer club in Tokyo and Kanagawa, and dispatches our coaches to special-needs schools and events all over Japan. We foster certified professional coaches to send to as many places as possible so that many who can't join our schools because of distance can come to classes or training sessions.
Aiming to raising public awareness, we hold soccer events in which people who have developmental disorders and those who do not connect, understand and communicate with each other through playing soccer.
* We call a place where we hold practice sessions "school".
TRACOS operates soccer schools and a soccer club for children and adults with developmental disorders in Tokyo and Kanagawa.
TRACOS offers many fun activities and events for our students, members and their families.
Projects & Events
We offer on-site classes and hold friendly matches between TRACOS and unimpaired soccer teams.
About NPO TRACOS
We are engaged in expanding a diverse and inclusive community where people with and without developmental disorders respect and value each other.
Play With Us!
FC TRACOS looks for football/futsal teams that can play in a friendly game. If you are interested in playing a friendly match, please feel free to contact us.
Nikko Niko Festa
TRACOS organizes an annual nationwide event, Niko Niko Festa, for adults and children with developmental disorders annually.
The Sports Promotion Fund and Lottery Department (toto/BIG) provides financial assistance for Nikko Niko Festa.