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Watch it back!
2022 IBSA Blind Football Men's European Championship won by France.
11-06-2021
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2022 IBSA Women's European Championship
2022 IBSA Women's European Championship
Take a look at the first Women's European Championship that crowned Germany as the owner of the title of champions! Includes...
05-06-2022
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Argentina and Brazil in the final of the World Grand Prix
Argentina and Brazil in the final of the World Grand Prix
Emotions were at the top of Day 5 of the 2022 IBSA Blind Football World Grand Prix at La Madriguera! Mexico and Brazil played...
06-07-2022
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Carrillo and Cerezo saved Mexico against India
Carrillo and Cerezo saved Mexico against India
The host national team played against India in the second match of the day, and only in the second half did they manage to...
10-07-2022
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First tie in the World Grand Prix between Mexico and Argentina
First tie in the World Grand Prix between Mexico and Argentina
First tie at La Madriguera in the 2022 IBSA Blind Football World Grand Prix in Puebla, Mexico, between the host national...
04-08-2022
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How to coach blind football

Session 2
Session 2
Learn all the basics of starting a career as a blind football coach.
04-08-2021
Session 3
Session 3
04-08-2021

Overview


Football is exhilarating to watch and is one of the world’s most popular Para sports.

Under the governance and leadership of IBSA the sport is split into two: blind football and partially sighted football.

  • IBSA Blind Football is for players that have severe visual impairments. They are known as ‘B1’ athletes.
  • IBSA Partially Sighted Football is for players with less severe – although still acute – visual impairments who are classified as B2 and B3.