2015-04-19 International matches News
Gemany vs Denmark and Republic of Ireland vs The Netherlands April 25th an international match between the national CP Teams of Germany and Denmark will be played at the venue of VFR Schleswig in Schleswig, Germany. Last years at the European Championship in Maia Portugal Germany beats Denmark 4 - 1 in the match for position 9. Denmark is certainly looking for a better result. In the [more...]
2015-04-15 Qualification 2016 Rio Paralympic Games News
IPC updated the qualification guide for the 2016 RIO Paralympic Games. The udate has no impact on the qualification criteria set and agreed with IPC for CP Football. Till now only Ukraine and Brazil have qualified for the Games. The reamining 6 places will be decided in the 2015 World Championships in England and possibly one [more...]
2015-04-08 Notification Tournaments and International Matches News
From January 1st member countries have to notify IFCPF regarding all tournaments and international matches hosted in their country. It is of great importance for tournament and match management, as well as to show the International Paralympic Committee, our member countries and football enthusiasts, all CP Football activities worldwide. [more...]
2015-03-27 Japanese CP Football team Under 14 in The Netherlands News
Training Camp and international friendly Under 14 Japan and Netherlands Last Friday the Japanese CP Team Under 14 arrived in Groesbeek, The Netherlands to train with the Dutch CP Under 14 on Saterday and to play an international match on Sunday. For the second year the Japanese squad visit The Netherlands. In Groesbeek a special artifical field with an outlined CP Football pitch is available. During the [more...]
2015-03-25 Successfull Footie 7 International Tournament in Portugal News
Povao de Varzim was the perfect setting for the first CP Football tournament for 2015, and the second successfull Footie 7 tournament hosted by PCAND in Portugal.
2015-03-24 Funding for Pararoos Australia News
Football Federation Australia (FFA) CEO David Gallop today announced a new philanthropic funding model for the Australian National Paralympic Football team, the Pararoos, in partnership with the Australian Sports Foundation (ASF).