2015-05-12 Update on IFCPF’s application for Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games News
IFCPF is determined to learn from the Tokyo application process in order to improve its chance of inclusion in future games.
2015-05-11 El Salvador Coach Education and Classification Workshop News
From 5th to 7th May, IFCPF tutors conducted a Coach Education and Classification Workshop in El Salvador. 39 participants, including 10 CP players and 29 coaches from 5 Central American countries participated in the 3-day course in the national football stadium of the capital city San Salvador.
2015-05-10 FTSH continue to promote CP Football in Tunisia News
The Fédération Tunisienne des Sports pour Handicapés (FTSH) will deliver a national CP football tournament on 11-12th May 2015 in Tunisia. Five teams have entered the tournament, with more than 60 players taking part in this event. The most important target of this tournament for the FTSH [more...]
2015-05-02 Argentina’s new under 16 CP Football Team take to the pitch at Estadio Malvinas Argentinas for their first training session News
From Wednesday 29th April to Friday 1st May, this was the first time the new Argentina youth representative football team for people with cerebral palsy trained in the province of Mendoza. The Tigers, with the presence of three local exponents, Paul Angeleri, Cristian Ruiz and Brian Camparin, held their [more...]
2015-04-29 First training session with CP National Team of Chile News
From 24th to 26th of April the first training session of the National CP Football Team of Chile took place in Santiago Chile, organized by the Chilean Paralympic Committee and National Federation of Professional Football. The training camp was performed in the National Center of Football Training with the assistance of [more...]
2015-04-24 IPC confident of breaking Paralympic TV viewing records at Rio 2016 News
IPC President Sir Philip Craven speaks about his confidence for the Games to mark 500 days to go. To mark 500 days to go until the Rio 2016 Paralympics on 26 April, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) announced that it expects the Games to break all TV viewing records and exceed a cumulative global audience of four billion people for the first time. Around 4,350 athletes from 170 countries are expected to compete in 428 medal [more...]