Alistair has been playing Football since he was seven years old and was encouraged to continue with the sport following his accident.
- Cycling, Football 7-a-side
- Home Town:
- Brain-le-Compte, Belgium
- Milton Keynes
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As a schoolboy, Alistair played Football for Wycombe Wanderers FC, before signed to Queens Park Rangers to play in their youth and reserves team from the age of 17. He also played on loan with Oldham Athletic and played semi-professionally with Northwood and Bishops Stortford.
"I've always loved football but the 7 a-side game is fast and is mentally challenging."Alistair Patrick-Heselton
When he was approached by the FA, Alistair hadn't played Football for four years but he is now set to make his Paralympic debut at London 2012. One of his proudest moment in the sport was scoring on his England debut at the 2011 Cerebral Palsy World Cup in the Netherlands against Korea.
Working towards London 2012, Alistair also scpred in the final of the 2012 BT Paralympic World Cup against Brazil, one of the team's greatest rivals.
At London 2012, Alistair made his Paralympic debut and was part of the team that finished in 7th place.
Alistair supports Liverpool FC.
- 2012 London Paralympic Games
- 2012 BT Paralympic World Cup, Manchester, UK
- 2011 CPISRA World Championships, the Netherlands (representing England)