Paralympic hosts Brazil remain top of the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) world rankings after the latest update.
Spanish capital Madrid has been chosen to host the 2018 International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Blind Football World Championships.
The 14 athletes who will compete for Great Britain in football seven-a-side at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games have today been announced.
San Luis in Argentina will host next year's Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships in September 2017, it has been announced.
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) have hailed the success of a blind football match played ahead of yesterday’s UEFA Champions League final in Milan.
Hosts Brazil will meet Pre-Paralympic Tournament champions Ukraine at Rio 2016 after the draw for the seven-a-side cerebral palsy football tournament was made.
Hosts Brazil will begin the defence of their blind football five-a-side Paralympic title with group matches against continental champions Morocco, Turkey and Iran after the draw took place at Rio 2016’s headquarters.
German capital Berlin will host the 2017 European Blind Football Championships, it has been announced.
The draw for the blind football tournament at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games will take place on April 25 in the Brazilian city, the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) has announced.
The draw has been made for the International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football (IFCPF) Pre-Paralympic seven-a-side tournament due to take place in Salou.
A new blind football league has been set up in Europe in a bid to spread the sport to more countries, the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) has announced.
An International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Football training workshop involving local players and coaches in Portugal has been described as “highly successful” by organisers.
Eight countries have been confirmed for the Rio 2016 Paralympic men's football blind five-a-side tournament.
England and Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland has donated £5,000 ($7,500/€7,000) to Great Britain's women's deaf football team, who are raising money to attend the Deaf World Cup in Italy in June.