WORLD

World level competition

The IFCPF World Championships and IFCPF World Cup are each held every four years, providing a World level competition every two years. Following consultation with our membership, IFCPF implemented these titles to reflect the high performance level of these events and to support our members to secure funding to participate.

 

IFCPF World Championships

  • Provides a World level competition for 16 countries, with guaranteed representation from all regions for which there are prior Regional Championships
  • As a World level competition, countries compete for the highest level of ranking points (31-16 points).
  • Competing countries qualify for the IFCPF World Championships by competing in the Paralympic Games (or IFCPF Top 8 Tournament); or qualifying through the IFCPF World Championships Qualification Tournament.
  • The top three ranked countries from the IFCPF World Championships Qualification Tournament qualify.
  • The highest ranked country from a region with at least two countries participating in
  • the qualification tournament, not otherwise qualified. IFCPF recognises: Africa*, Americas, Asia-Oceania and Europe.

*As a developing region, if only one country from the African region participates in the qualification tournament, the country receives an automatic slot to represent.

 

The IFCPF World Championships Qualification Tournament has been established due to the high demand for entry to World level competitions and the worldwide participation of CP Football. This tournament provides an international competition opportunity for at least more 16 countries in the Paralympic Games year.

 

IFCPF World Cup

  • Provides a World level competition for 16 countries.
  • As a World level competition, nations compete for the highest level of ranking points (31-16points).
  • Most important qualifier for the Paralympic Games (or IFCPF Top 8 Tournament).
  • The competing nations qualify for the IFCPF World Cup through IFCPF Regional Championships and the IFCPF World Ranking List.

 

2019 IFCPF World Cup

4th - 20th July 2019 (Pinto, Spain)

Download 2019 IFCPF World Cup Qualification Criteria

 

 

2017 IFCPF World Championships

4th - 24th September 2017 (San Luis, Argentina)

1st Ukraine
2nd Iran
3rd Russia
4th England
5th USA
6th Ireland
7th Brazil
8th Netherlands
9th Argentina
10th Australia
11th Northern Ireland
12th Portugal
13th Canada
14th Venezuela
15th Spain
16th Japan

 

 

2015 IFCPF CP Football World Championships

16th - 28th June 2015 (Burton-upon-Trent, England)

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1st Russia
2nd Ukraine
3rd Brazil
4th Netherlands
5th England
6th Ireland
7th USA
8th Argentina
9th Scotland
10th Cananda
11th Portugal
12th Australia
13th Venezuela
14th Northern Ireland
15th Japan

 

 

2013 CPISRA Intercontinental Cup

27th July - 10th August 2013 (Sant Cugat, Spain)

1st Ukraine
2nd Brazil
3rd Russia
4th Ireland
5th Netherlands
6th Argentina
7th Scotland
8th USA
9th England
10th Canada
11th Northern Ireland
12th Portugal
13th Australia
14th Venezuela
15th Spain
16th Japan
Download Download Competition Results Report - 2013 CPISRA Intercontinental Cup

 

 

2011 CPSIRA World Championships

17th June - 1st July 2011(Assen, Netherlands)

1st Russia
2nd Iran
3rd Ukraine
4th Brazil
5th Netherlands
6th Scotland
7th Argentina
8th USA
9th Ireland
10th England
11th Australia
12th Canada
13th Japan
14th Spain
15th Finland
16th South Korea
Download Download Competition Results Report - 2011 CPISRA World Championships

 

 

2009 CPISRA International Championships

23rd October - 1st November 2009 (Arnheim, Netherlands)

1st Ukraine
2nd Russia
3rd Iran
4th Brazil
5th Ireland
6th Netherlands
7th Scotland
8th Australia
9th Canada
10th USA
11th Japan
Download Download Competition Results Report - CPISRA International Championships

 

 

2007 CPISRA World Championships

5th - 18th November 2007 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

1st Russia
2nd Iran
3rd Ukraine
4th Brazil
5th Netherlands
6th Scotland
7th England (& Wales)
8th Ireland
9th Argentina
10th USA
11th Australia
12th Canada
13th Japan
14th South Africa
15th China
Spain

 

 

2005 CPISRA World Championships

27th June - 11th July (New London, USA)

 

 

2003 CPISRA World Championships

8th - 22nd October (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

 

 

2001 CPISRA World Games

19th - 29th July 2001 (Nottingham, England)

1st Ukraine
2nd Russia
3rd Brazil
4th Ireland
5th Australia
6th USA
7th England (& Wales)
8th Netherlands
9th Spain
10th Portugal
11th Ireland
12th Belgium
13th Scotland

 

 

1998 CPISRA World Championships

5th - 12th September 1998 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

 

 

1994 CPISRA World Championships

8th - 13th August 1994 (Dublin, Ireland)

 

 

1990 CPISRA World Championships

18th - 25th July 1990 (Assen, Netherlands)

 

 

1986 CPISRA International Cerebral Palsy Games

(Gits, Belgium)

 

 

1982 CPISRA International Cerebral Palsy Games

(Greve, Denmark)