Taylor is a member of the England Cerebral Palsy team and has competed in the Paralympic Games.
He will help to coach a squad of players with cerebral palsy and other brain injuries with the possibility of a place in the 2012 Paralympic Games as the prize.
The squad, who are hoping to attract more players from the Derby area, will play matches against teams from other regions in the UK.
Initial trials took place on August 3 at South Nottingham College's Clifton Campus.
Taylor said: "Disability football has come a long way in the last 10 years.
"This is a real opportunity to focus specifically on cerebral palsy.
"And it is a great opportunity for me to put something back in, as I have taken a great deal out of it and had great opportunities."
The event is being organised by the Notts FA and Notts Disability Football Family, who won a bid to host and recruit people for a team of players from across the East Midlands in January.
Notts FA's disability football development officer, Kevin Sanders, said: "It's a big privilege and something we have worked hard to get with our colleagues in the rest of the county."
The trial starts at 10am. To find out more contact Kevin Sanders on 0115 983 7415 or visit www.nottinghamshirefa.com/Development/