Find out more about the Birmingham Adult Transplant Sport Team, read about the incredible achievements of the team members and their inspirational stories. 

Transplant recipient lends support to Transplant Football Team

  Vince Essex, Managing Director of Arvin Aviation, has made a generous donation in support of the Birmingham Adult Transplant Sports Team, inspired by the life-saving transplant that he...

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Birmingham Transplant Football Team receives sponsorship boost

  The Transplant Sport Football Tournament is taking place at Solihull Moors Football Club on Sunday 29 March, the Birmingham Adult Transplant Sports Team are going to be fielding two teams...

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Birmingham Adult Transplant Sports Team hit gold at World Transplant Games!

  The World Transplant Games recently took place in Newcastle, with competitors coming from all over the world to take part in the games. The Birmingham Adult Transplant Sports Team had...

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Solihull Moors F.C. Assistant Manager Gary Whild wishes Transplant Sports Team good luck

  The Assistant Manager of Solihull Moors Football Club, Gary Whild, has released a special message wishing the competitors from the Birmingham Adult Transplant Sports Team the very best of...

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Birmingham Adult Transplant Sport Team all set for Westfield Health British Transplant Games

  The Birmingham Adult Transplant Sport Team has today announced its 33 strong team set to take part in the Westfield Health British Transplant Games in Newport from the 25-28 July. It...

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Keeleigh John's story

  Keeleigh John’s transplant story began shortly after she was born, in September 1998. Keeleigh’s mum noticed that her stomach was swollen, and eventually Keeleigh was taken to A&E, as the...

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Asda Oldbury makes donation of £200

  The Birmingham Adult Transplant Sport Team has received a donation of £200 from the Asda store in Oldbury, thanks to the store's green token giving scheme.  Team captain met up with...

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Iron man Dave's road to recovery

Liver transplant recipient, Dave Peacock, tells his story in his own words.  I first started to feel unwell in the middle of January 2016, after having a touch of flu. Following this, I...

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Transplant Sport Football Tournament 2019 is great success

The Transplant Sport Football Tournament took place recently in Bicester, with transplant recipients from across the country taking part in the tournament.  Martin Searle, Team Manager of...

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Murray Beehan tells his story

  Kidney transplant recipient and successful Transplant Games competitor, Murray Beehan, tells his story below. Read, in his own words, about the treatment that he has received and what it...

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Solihull Moors stars visit QEHB for World Kidney Day

  Stars from the Solihull Moors Football Club made a trip to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham to mark World Kidney Day on 14 March, and met with members of staff from the hospital,...

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Boryana Nankova tells her story

Boryana Nankova received a liver transplant at QEHB back in 2013. In her own words, she tells the story of her transplant and the role that sport has had to play in her recovery.  In 2013,...

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Hugh Jackson’s transplant story

  Hugh Jackson was diagnosed with an incurable chronic kidney disease, IgA Nephropathy whilst in his early twenties, after he noticed blood in his urine after he was ill with flu. He...

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Author Sally Bee gives message of support to Transplant Athletes ahead of games

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Fastest female transplant athlete proud to be part of Birmingham team

  Emma Wiltshire is a proud member of the Birmingham Adult Transplant Sports Team, and is renowned as the fastest female transplant athlete in the world! Emma competed at a national...

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Kidney transplant recipient’s journey to the British Transplant Games

  Brendan Hever received a life-saving kidney transplant in 2015, and since then he has worked his way to fitness and his goal of reaching the British Transplant Games in 2018. Read his...

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Andy’s Transplant Journey

  “In July 2015 I was diagnosed as having acute liver disease. Although my health had been rapidly deteriorating for some time I was not prepared for the shock of finding out that I would...

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Lung transplant recipient planning for the future

  Andy Bright had been living with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF), a chronic lung disease characterised by a progressive and irreversible decline in lung function, until he received a...

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Liver transplant recipient, Darren, tells his story

  Darren Smith, aged 46 was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in 2008 when his daughter was just two weeks old. He struggled for a long time to get his condition under control, whilst trying...

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Saddia's story

  The Birmingham Adult Transplant Sport Team is represented by many amazing people who have received life-saving transplants at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. One such person...

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Martin's Story

  Martin Searle is the Team Manager for the Birmingham Adult Transplant Sports Team. In his own words, read his story about his involvement in Transplant Sport, and his experiences as a...

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Cycling ace Diana reflects on 10 years of life after her transplant

  Diana Higman is marking ten years since her life was saved thanks to her hero, her donor, Helen. Diana wanted to mark this anniversary with her friends to thank, and think of Helen’s...

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Sue’s story

  Up until the age of 29, Sue Haskins-Southcott was fit, well and healthy. At 29, she went on holiday to the seaside where, after eating some seafood, she became unwell, her skin turned...

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