2017-10-30 Ten-year-old Bryan Kilpatrick-Elliott making his mark in CP Football News
by Holly Percival Born in Doncaster, England, Bryan was born with right-sided Hemiplegia but has shown it to be no hinderance on reaching his dream; playing for England.
2017-10-17 Jose Luis Campo remembered as "a person with a great past, present and for the future as a legacy" News
IPC sends condolences to the family of APC president Jose Luis Campo The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) led by its President Andrew Parsons has sent its condolences to the family of Jose Luis Campo, President of the Americas Paralympic Committee (APC), who passed away suddenly on Monday (16 October) in Mar del Plata, Argentina. Campo was a physical education teacher for youngsters with an impairment by [more...]
2017-10-16 England take gold in the first European Championships U19 News
The first CP Football European Championships U19 came to a close on Saturday, on the final day of competiton at the European Paralympic Committees 'European Para Youth Games 2017' in Genova, Italy. Following some fantastic football from the young players of the three compeiting nations, it was England that took gold to win the compeition.
2017-10-09 WADA publishes 2018 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods News
Today, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) publishes the 2018 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods (List); along with, the [more...]
2017-10-09 CP Football U19 at the European Para Youth Games News
The first match of the first 2017 IFCPF European Championships U19 kicks off on Tuesday 10th October between Denmark and England.
2017-10-05 Mariana Damasio first female player to compete in Brazilian Championships News
The Brazilian Championships of the 2nd Division took place in São Paulo last week, September 25th to 29th
2017-10-01 First Football Championships for children with CP in Almaty Kazakhstan News
On September 26th-27th, Almaty hosted the First Football Championship of Kazakhstan for children and youth players with cerebral palsy and neurological conditions. The Championship was attended by six teams aged from 10 to 15 years.