5th Northern Ireland
Five first teams have secured a place at the FIPFA World Cup in Sydney in 2021.
EPFA is looking forward to some great matches and wish all the teams the best of luck in the tournament.
19:30 Opening Game
Finland v Northern Ireland 0-3
10:00 England v Austria 14-0
11:15 Ireland v Denmark 0-2
12:30 France v Finland 15-0
13:45 Northern Ireland v England 0-17
15:00 Austria v Ireland 0-8
16:15 Denmark v France 0-5
09:15 Finland v England 0-8
10:30 Northern Ireland v Austria 4-0
11:45 Ireland v France 0-10
13:00 Denmark v Finland 4-0
14:15 Northern Ireland v Ireland 0-5
15:30 England v France 0-3
16:45 Austria v Denmark 0-6
09:15 France v Northern Ireland 12-0
10:30 Ireland v Finland 5-0
11:45 Denmark v England 0-1
13:00 Austria v France 0-15
14:15 Northern Ireland v Denmark 2-4
15:30 England v Ireland 5-0
16:45 Finland v Austria 2-1
9:15 7th v 6th Austria v Finland 1-1
10:30 SEMI 1 - 1st v 4th France v Ireland 6-0
11:45 7th v 5th Austria v Northern Ireland 1-2
13:00 SEMI 2 - 2nd v 3rd England v Denmark 3-1
14:15 6th v 5th Finland v Northern Ireland 0-1
15:30 LSF 1 v LSF 2 (3rd place) Ireland v Denmark 2-1
16:45 FINAL SF 1 v SF 2 France v England 1-3
EPFA are currently delivering a 4 year plan in partnership with UEFA to continue the development of powerchair football across Europe. This work is focused around 5 key objectives:
Participants age 16 and under from Scotland, England, Rep of Ireland, Denmark, Finland and France will enjoy a mixture of powerchair football and social interactions over the days spent together. Alongside the event there is classification training led by FIPFA Head of Classification.
The Football For All Leadership Programme is the first programme specifically designed to promote employability and entrepreneurship of disabled people in the football world.
Last year EPFA sponsored Lewis McConnell from Scotland on the programme and have been very pleased with Lewis's commitment and development of his project over the last eight months. Two other participants from powerchair football, Jason Browning and Marcus Fritsch also signed up for the leadership programme.
This year EPFA wish to sponsor a new participant on the 2019 programme which will take place in Lisbon from 20th to 27th October. EPFA will sponsor the participants fee and the flight to Portugal.
To be in with a chance of being this year's sponsored participant please send a brief email outlining why you would like to take part in the leadership programme to
Closing date for email considerations is Sunday 30th June 2019.
Take a moment to find out more about the programme here
EPFA are pleased to announce that the Champions Cup 2020 will take place in Geneva
Switzerland from August 23rd to 29th 2020.
Further information will follow soon to the National Organizations of Powerchair Football.
Northern Ireland in action at the 2017 EPFA Home Nations event in Sevenoaks, England.
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