The EPFA Nations Cup is the European championship competition for member countries.
It acts as the FIPFA World Cup qualification event for European countries.
The EPFA Champions Cup is the European Club competition for Powerchair Football.
Teams qualify through their own domestic competitions in order to play to be crowned the best team in Europe.
The EPFA Next Generation Experience is a development event for players under the age of 16 years old.
Players attend a training camp to receive coaching in a social environment designed to create new friendships.
EPFA operate on a 4 year competition cycle, which includes Nations Cup (National Teams), Champions Cup (Club competition) and a series of development events for countries and players.
Valence School in Kent, England hosted a development competition for Youth teams from England, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland.
10 teams from 4 nations (Denmark, England, France and Ireland) traveled the EPFA Champions Cup hosted by Aarhus Rolling Devils in Hou, Denmark.
Teams from Austria, Germany, and youth teams from Ireland and England, took part in a development competition and training event.
15 young players from across Europe traveled to Paris, France to take part in a 5 day training and social camp in Vaucresson.
6 Countries headed to the University of Limerick, Ireland for the inaugural EPFA Nations Cup. This event was the European qualifier for the FIPFA World Cup.
10 teams from 5 nations (Denmark, England, France, Ireland and Switzerland) headed to Châtenay-Malabry, France for the EPFA Champions Cup.