2021-03-16 Registration open for EGames World Cup (Female) - FIFA 2020 News
IFCPF in partnership with FECPC will be running a EGames World Cup (Female) - FIFA 2020 tournament this April and registration is now open.
2021-03-13 IFCPF 2021 Events Update News
As the situation with the worldwide COVID pandemic continues to evolve and the impact felt across all areas of our lives, the IFCPF Board wishes a safe and positive recovery for all members of the CP Football family and your own families.
2021-03-08 IFCPF celebrate International Women’s Day News
IFCPF and its members are delighted to recognise key female figures that not only make up our organisations but play a pivotal role in the success of CP Football.
2021-03-01 IFCPF Statement regarding Seth Jahn News
The International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football (IFCPF) Board condemns the comments which were made by Seth Jahn, a former US CP Football (soccer) player at the U.S. Soccer AGM on the 27th February 2021. These views, and past social media posts which have now come to light, are the personal views of an individual and not [more...]
2021-02-25 IFCPF new signing Pam Chandler appointed as Education Manager News
IFCPF are extremely excited to announce the new signing of our Education Manager Pam Chandler. Pam brings a vast amount of experience and knowledge to the team from a rich disability football background that spans through various roles across the south of England.
2021-02-15 New Research on Classification News
The work in classification lead by IFCPF Classification Director Raúl Reina and his team continues with excellent results in the development of evidence-based classification on CP Football. This is the first study exploring the relationships between measurements of impairment and real-match performance with the new sport classes implemented in 2018 by IFCPF.
2021-01-31 CPSFI and IFCPF team up to discuss CP Football (female) News
Last week key members from CPSFI, AIFF & IFCPF met via webinar to discuss introducing CP Football (female) across India as the country celebrated National Girl Child day.