The use of technology in education is applied in recent years in the field of special education and extends to the course of adapted physical education, in order to develop and enhance the skills of students. In the present study, the effect of the implementation of an educational robotics training program (Lego WeDo 2.0) and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) were examined, with the content of football and the perceptions of the General Lyceum students regarding their cooperation with students with special educational needs or disabilities. Two groups were created (the first with students attending General Lyceum (GE.L.) and the second with students from the Laboratory of Special Vocational Education, Ε.Ε.Ε.ΕΚ.), which collaborated (constructions - learning rules - race training) to compete in the WeDo 2.0 football pilot category. During their collaboration they used ICT, such as the Scratch optical programming language, the App Inventor environment, improvised applications for Android devices, the open source HotPotatoes software and Google Forms.