2020-05-08 2020 and 2021 Competition Programmes News
2020-05-06 WHO Guidance on Mass Gatherings & Sports Events News
Mass gatherings, including sports fixtures, are highly visible events with the potential for serious public health consequences if they are not planned and managed carefully. There is ample evidence that mass gatherings can amplify the spread of infectious diseases – the transmission of respiratory infections, including influenza, has been [more...]
2020-05-06 CAFE needs your help to improve matchday experiences News
Written by Sharon Wong - IFCPF Communications Officer (Asia-Oceania) Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) has launched a survey to gain a better understanding of typical matchday experiences of non-visible disabled people and people with long-term health conditions, and address some of the issues faced in attending [more...]
2020-04-22 Leading CP Football in Ghana News
Written by Dennis Moore - IFCPF Communications Officer (Africa) Cerebral Palsy Football is gradually gaining roots across the various continents and Africa is no exception. This article seeks to draw a cursory look on one of Africas female leaders in the sport, Ms. Anne Doe.
2020-03-31 The Power of CP Football – Nicole’s Story Video
Written by Sharon Wong - IFCPF Communications Officer (Asia-Oceania) Nicole’s story of how football motivated her recovery after experiencing two strokes and helped her achieve success on and off field proves that football is more than just a game. It can change lives.
2020-03-31 IFCPF - March 2020 with Jude Aston Video
2020-03-30 Are we 'headed' in the right direction? News
The Introduction of Temporary Concussion Substitutions in Disability Football: Are we “Headed” in the Right Direction? OH Ahmed, M. Fulcher, D. Malone, C. Mira y Lopez, M.E. Rho, A. Strojna