Football

Pararoos to have funding restored after Football Federation Australia commit to new scheme

By Duncan Mackay 

Funding has been restored for the Pararoos, it was announced by Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop today ©FFAFinancial backing is to be restored for the Pararoos, Australia's seven-a-side Paralympic football team, after a new philanthropic funding model was announced in Sydney today.

Explanation for exclusion of seven-a-side football from Tokyo 2020 demanded by CPISRA

By Michael Pavitt

CPISRA have sought reasons for seven-a-side football's exclusion from the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic programme ©Getty ImagesThe Cerebral Palsy International Sports and Recreation Association (CPISRA) have written to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to seek detailed reasons for the exclusion of seven-a-side football fromTokyo 2020, labelling the decision a "black day".

IBSA open bids for 2015 Blind Football Asian Championships

By Liam Morgan

The IBSA have announced that the bidding process for the 2015 Blind Football Asian Championships is now open ©IBSAThe International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) have announced they have opened the bidding process for the 2015 Football Asian Championships.

Preparations for CPISRA World Games continue with football site visit

By Michael Pavitt

Preparation for three new football fields will begin in February ©CPISRAA site visit has taken place in Nottingham ahead of this year's Cerebral Palsy Football Under-19 World Championships.

2015 Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships volunteer programme launched

By Daniel Etchells

The CPISRA Football World Championships' Team7 Volunteer Programme has been launched ©Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships 2015Organisers of this year's Cerebral Palsy International Sports and Recreation Association (CPISRA) Football World Championships in England have launched the tournament's volunteer programme.

China secure title at inaugural Hong Kong Open Blind Football Tournament

By Paul Osborne

China have won the Hong Kong Open Blind Football Tournament ©IBSADouble Asian Para Games medallists China have won the first ever international blind football tournament to be held in Hong Kong.

Tickets on sale for 2015 IBSA Blind Football European Championships

By Paul Osborne

Tickets are on sale for the IBSA Blind Football European Championships 2015 ©IBSATickets are now on sale for next year's International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) Blind Football European Championships in Hereford, England.

Ireland looking to appoint seven-a-side football team manager for Rio 2016

By Daniel Etchells

Paralympics Ireland and CPSI are on the lookout for a new team manager of the seven-a-side football team ©Getty ImagesParalympics Ireland and Cerebral Palsy Sport Ireland (CPSI) are jointly seeking to appoint a team manager to head the preparation of the Irish seven-a-side football team in the build up to Rio 2016. 

Football tournament at World Games to act as IBSA World Championships

By Daniel Etchells

The B2/B3 football tournament at the Seoul 2015 IBSA World Games and World Championships will act as the discipline's world championships ©IBSAThe B2/B3 football tournament at the Seoul 2015 International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) World Games and World Championships will act as the official IBSA World Championships for the partially sighted discipline, it has been announced. 
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