To find out the effect of systematic training in adaptive football on the motor abilities of students with congenital hearing loss. 24 nineteen-year-old male students with congenital hearing loss were observed. They were divided into a main group of 12 students who started training in adaptive football, and a control group of 12 young men who had physical activity only in the process of university physical education. Standard functional tests were used and traditional standards were recorded. The obtained data were processed by Student's criterion (t) and correlation analysis. Systematic training in the framework of adaptive football among young men with hearing loss increased their coordination properties, motor characteristics, and body stability in space. Those who go in for adaptive football increased their level of strength capabilities and increased endurance. Systematic training in adaptive football significantly increased the accuracy of sports and domestic movements and stimulated internal organs. These results were achieved by enhancing the basic functional and metabolic parameters of the trainees' organisms. Training in adaptive football increases the motor capabilities and the effectiveness of neural control over the muscles in young men with congenital hearing loss studying at the university.