2019-12-24 IFCPF in 2019 Video
Thank you to every member of the CP Football family. See you in 2020!
2019-12-10 IFCPF unveils new Temporary Concussion Substitution (TCS) Policy News
The International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football (IFCPF) is today announcing the introduction of a world-first Temporary Concussion Substitution (TCS) policy for football. Adopted by IFCPF for implementation from 1st January, this rule change aims to provide a safer sport for footballers by giving pitch-side clinicians more time to [more...]
2019-12-01 The Pararoos Video
The Pararoos - Feature Length Documentary The Pararoos are Australia's only National Football Team for athletes with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or symptoms acquired from stroke. In 2015, after the Australian Sports Commission withdrew all government funding, FFA partnered with the Australian Sports Foundation (ASF) to establish a fund to raise money for the team to continue to [more...]
2019-11-20 North Africa developing the beautiful game News
2019-10-24 Updated Competition Cycle for CP Football News
As an international federation, we have engaged all members of the CP Football family to seek their feedback on the IFCPF Competition Cycle and how to ensure we provide the best possible cycle for regular and active participation of all countries with CP Football programmes.
2019-10-17 Florencio Varela win both male and female 2019 Buenos Aires games News
The 2019 Buenos Aires games were held from September 28 till October 2 at the facilities of the Banco Provincia Club of the City of Mar del Plata. The tournament for CP Football teams in the categories male +16 and female +16 had a total of sixteen participating teams. In both the male and female tournament the team of Florencio Varela were crowned as the winners.
2019-10-17 Team Blue from New South Wales victorious in Australian National Championships News
New South Wales have won their 15th National Championship in Australia, this year it was the Blue team from NSW that reached top honour, because for the very first time two teams of NSW participated. The 2019 National CP Football Championships were held in Australia at Valentine Sports Park in Sydney. The tournament ran over four days, with 6 [more...]