The first football titles have been won at the Special Olympics World Games in Berlin ©Getty Images

Ivory Coast, Belgium, and Rwanda were among teams to clinch the first seven-a-side football titles of the Special Olympics World Games in Berlin.

All three were triumphant in the women's competitions, with the Ivory Coast sealing a dominant victory against Denmark in the F1 classification decider.

D. Gosse started the rout inside the first minute before completing her hat-trick after 18 minutes.

Taiba Balifi and Lou Tra both picked up braces while a single goal from Ange Kouassi made the final score 8-0 at Maifeld in the Olympiapark.

Belgium took the F2 gold against Rwanda 5-4 on penalties following a pulsating match that ended 2-2 after regulation time.

Marie Claire Umwari and Mariane Niyonsaba both hit the back of the net for the African side before Davina van Gyzel and Emelie Verschueren pegged them back.

It forced the game to a shoot-out where misses from Liliose Kayirebwa, Marie Niyonizeye, and Yvette Mukamanzi proved costly for Rwanda.

Lore van Heesbeke slotted home the decisive spot kick to give Belgium gold.

A second-half double from Bangladesh's Shima Islam propelled her team to glory against Israel in the F3 final.

Her goals followed a cagey first period but were enough to put the game beyond doubt.

A trio of finals were also played in the men's unified team competitions.

Jamaica topped the podium first with a 3-1 win over Greece in the M1 fixture courtesy of goals from Tavarie Spencer, Tajay Able and Damion Gordon.

Greece's only goal came from the boot of Ilias Zervas.

Japan came from behind to beat Czech Republic 2-1 in the M2 final.

Michal Horvat broke the deadlock for the Czechs after 16 minutes before Rei Ota found the equaliser six minutes later.

Ota then struck again in extra time with the winning goal.

A remarkable back-and-forth final was in store in the M3 category between Thailand and Palestine.

Fayez Hanani put the Palestinians in front after just 45 seconds before Phithak Khampan made it 1-1.

Goals from Belal Swidan and another Khampan strike sent the game to extra-time at 2-2 before Mohammed Abumusallam clinched the win for Palestine late on.

The Games are set to continue tomorrow with medals set to be won for the first time in 3x3 and regular basketball, beach volleyball, futsal, artistic gymnastics, handball, field hockey, sailing, and volleyball.