Congratulations to Russia
Cerebral Palsy World Football Champions 2015

Runners-up: Ukraine; third place: Brazil

Welcome to CP2015

Welcome to the official tournament website for the Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships 2015. The tournament is to be staged at The FA's National Football Centre, the iconic St. George's Park, home to all 24 English national squads.

The Championships are taking place from Saturday 13th June - Sunday 28 June 2015 and will see the 16 qualifiers from around the world compete for the title to become World Champions. This tournament comes with an added incentive as it is also the main qualification tournament for the 2016 Paralympic Games, taking place in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.

You will be able to find all the key information regarding the build up to the Championships through the pages on this dedicated tournament website. As the tournament approaches, more content will be added and once the competition begins, it will be updated daily with all the latest news from the tournament and live video streams.

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Fixtures & Results:

Final round results

  • Ukraine 0 - 1 RussiaFINAL28 June, 15:00Details »
  • Brazil 6 - 0 Netherlands3rd/4th28 June, 11:30Details »
  • Rep of Ireland 0 - 2 England5th/6th27 June, 19:00Details »
  • Argentina 1 - 4 USA7th/8th27 June, 16:30Details »
  • Scotland 5 - 3 Canada (aet)9th/10th27 June, 15:30Details »
  • Australia 1 - 1 Portugal (aet)11th/12th27 June, 13:00Details »
  • Nth Ireland 0 - 1 Venezuela13th/14th27 June, 11:30Details »
  • (bye) - Japan15th/16th27 June, 10:30Details »

View all fixtures and results »

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Latest News:

TEAM OF THE TOURNAMENT

There have been some outstanding performers at the Cerebral Palsy World Championships. Over the past two weeks, the likes of Lasha Murvanadze, Wanderson and Volodymyr Antoniuk have produced some sensational football, worthy of gracing any stage.
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Q & A WITH FINAL OFFICIALS

Prior to CP World Championship Final 2015, we caught up with the officials selected for this prestigious game; Keith Stroud, Tom Elliott, Scoot Henry and Jonathan Burridge
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DAY 11: AS IT HAPPENED

Today was the penultimate day of tournament and we saw the final round of positional fixtures. It was also a bumper game of matches with 10 teams in action all looking to seek their final position.
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VOLUNTEERING FOR TEAM7

As the Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships draw to a close I’ve started to reflect on my time spent as Media & Communications Officer.
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DAY 10: AS IT HAPPENED

Day 10 produced the two finalists for the tournament, as the Russians swept aside the Netherlands and Ukraine came out on top in a closely fought match with Brazil.
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TOURNAMENT ORGANISERS TOAST SUCCESS

The Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships has proved to be a glorious showcase for 7-a-side football. The FA and Local Organising Committee came together to pull off one of the finest sporting events of its kind ever staged.
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