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A version for every type of disability because everyone wants to play

There are several variations of soccer for people with disabilities.  They include 5-a-side football for people with vision impairments, 7-a-side football for people with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities, amputee soccer for people with amputations, deaf futsal, deaf soccer, ID soccer for people with intellectual disabilities, and powerchair football for people who use motorized wheelchairs.

 

5-a-side football

This version for people with vision impairments often includes two forms: One for B1 only players, and another for B2/B3 players.  It is played on the club and international level.

The sport is played in France.

International competitions for national teams include IBSA World Games, Para Pan American Games, IBSA Blind Football European Championships, 2015 Asean Para Games.

Club competitions include  Championnat de France.

Beglian clubs include , and .

French clubs include .

 

 

7-a-side football

International competitions for national teams include CPISRA Football  World Championships, Para Pan American Games2015 Asean Para Games.

Club competitions include New Zealand Junior Disability Games .

Amputee soccer

International competitions for national teams include 

Countries where the sport is played include 

National teams for the sport include 

People playing the sport include ,

 

 

Deaf futsal

Deaf futsal national team competitions include Asia-Pacific Deaf Games, Deaf Futsal World Cup.

Deaf futsal club competitions include the Deaf Champions League.

 

Countries that play the sport include l, 

Teams that play the sport include , and .

 

 

Deaf football

International competitions for national teams include European Deaf Football Championships, 2015 Asia-Pacific Deaf Games

 

ID soccer

 

Powerchair football

Powerchair football is a growing sport.

Power football competitions include New Zealand Junior Disability Games .