2015-06-17 CP Football World Championships - Day 1 News
ROUND UP: DAY 1AS IT HAPPENED The Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships got off to a flying start, with a dominant victory for the host nation England and wins for Australia and current World Champions Russia. The opening ceremony was attended by, St. George's Park chairman and chief executive David Sheepshanks and Julie Harrington and chief executive of the [more...]
2015-06-15 Live stream for all 2015 CP Football World Championships matches News
The Local Organising Committee are delighted to confirm that every match at the 2015 CP Football World Championships, being held at St. George's Park from June 16th – 28th, will be streamed live via the tournament website, www.cp2015.com, through our broadcast partners Horizon. To complement this service we will also provide audio [more...]
2015-06-15 Withdrawal of Iran from 2015 CP Football World Championships News
It is with great regret that the International Federation of CP Football and Local Organising Committee must announce that the Iran team will not be taking part in the 2015 CP Football World Championships starting on June 16th, for reasons beyond our control. The tournament will now be for 15 teams, with Group A operating a [more...]
2015-06-12 Friendly match for Pararoos in warm up for CP Football World Championships News
12/06/2015 - Australia 3 - 3 FA West Midlands/North West CP Centres of Excellence (17.00) In warm up for the CP Football World Championships which kicks off on 16th August, players from the FA Regional CP Centres of Excellence took on Australia's Pararoos in a friendly match at St Georges Park.
2015-06-08 IPC maintains the Tokyo 2020 position News
Compliments but no change! The IPC Governing Board noted the initiatives IFCPF has begun in order to strengthen and grow its worldwide reach. While they appreciate these efforts, it was also confirmed that the admission process for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games concluded in January 2015. "We are confident that IFCPF will submit a strong [more...]
2015-05-16 Denmark host Northern European Open Championship News
Denmark are hosting a Northern European Open Championship with four countries participating: Denmark, Finland, Germany and Ireland (development team). The tournament takes place in the DBU (the Danish Football Association’s) Centre in Tilst, Aarhus, an accommodation which has perfect facilities and is often used by Denmark’s national youth and junior teams.