According to the recent statistics South Africa (2007), there are 668 176 children with disability between 6-23 years old in the Amathole District of Eastern Cape South Africa. This book provides a more accurate picture of the barriers to inclusion of students with disabilities in sports, among the identified special schools in Amathole District. The book have identified that special schools in Amathole district are facing many challenges related to opportunities for students with disabilities to get involved in sports while at school. Some of the barriers identified were lack of adequate and standard equipment, professional support and facilities. Promoting access to sports opportunities requires mobilising and increasing the capacity of those role players that are most influential and supportive of this process- principals, teachers, caregivers and parents. Sport is a potential means through which learners would acquire lifelong education that prepare them to adapt well to daily challenges. It allows them to realise their full potential and frees them from the discrimination and prejudice that have kept them hidden and on the margins of society.