The 2013 Australian Powerchair Football National Championships were held from the 13th to 20th October at Kevin Betts Stadium, Mt. Druitt in Sydney.
Wow! It has been a fast-paced, wild day one of the Under 18 friendly competition in Paris, France! Six teams have arrived and have each played at least two matches.
The Federation Internationale de Powerchair Football put together a friendly tournament for the youth of the sport who are not always in the spot light during international event.
EDF/US-Metro Initial Tournament for Under-18! This November, the Federation International de Powerchair Football Association (FIPFA), is organising its first tournament for players under the age of eighteen.
The Under 18 tournament is just around the corner! This is a great opportunity for people who are interested in being trained to become international referees or classifiers!
Argentina now has 5 teams: • Buenos Aires City, • Tigre City, • AEDIN (a non-profit rehabilitation organization) ,
Japanese NOPF will hold the following cup: Maruhan Cup 5th Regional Delegates Championship Date: 17(Sat) and 18(Sun) Aug 2013
The first official powerchair football clinic took place in Auckland, New Zealand, July 13 and 14, 2013. Sean Stamp, the force behind organizing this clinic,
With a new name this year, the “European Champion’s Cup” completed the third edition of this European club competition on June 30th. For the third time, a French club won the title!
Chatenay-Malabry is organizing the next Champions Cup for June 28th to 30th. Nicolas Dubes, President of the Europe Powerchair Football Association (EPFA) discusses the third edition of this European Cup
Argentina is one of newest National Organisation of Powerchair Football to become a member of FIPFA. With Brazil, this is the second country to play powerchair football in South America. A representative from Argentina had attended the 2011 Development Conference in Paris during the last FIPFA World Cup.
In December 2012, Austrian Matias Costa attended the FIPFA/EPFA Development Conference in Paris to discover more about our sport. The conference was designed to give countries
FIPFA offers to all who wish to support the development of the Powerchair Football, whatever their nationality, to make a donation to help finance the development of the sport.
FIPFA is a federation whose mission is to promote powerchair football, but also and above all, to organise international competitions. To connect on these two objectives, one area of communication has become indispensable, the web!
Electricity of France is an international French company that is always involved in supporting people with disabilities and/or reduced mobility. Their support of sports for people with disabilities in France led to a natural association with FIPFA. A sport that requires electrical energy to allow players to propel their wheelchairs makes the link between powerchair […]
For eight days (18 to 26 January), Sydney, Australia, hosted the “Asia Pacific Oceania Cup”, the first in the history of both FIPFA and the Asia-Pacific-Oceania zone. In the magnificent setting of the Gymnasium of Legends in the Olympic Park, two Australian national teams, Australia Gold and Australia Green,