2016 WA State Team to be announced at preparation match Sunday 2 October, Gibbney Reserve, Maylands. Team will attend national championships, click here for flyer.
ECU Study into benefits of football for people with cerebral palsy seeks participants. Note: must not already be active players. Click here for more information.
Football West delivers opportunities for people with cerebral palsy, stroke injury and certain acquired brain injuries in WA Paralympic Football. Year-round it develops players skills, ability and fitness.
Participants can set their own goals to join socially or work towards selection for the WA State team or work harder to achieve national 'Pararoos' duties like current and previous WAPF participants.
Information for Players:
Participants should bring drinks, comfortable sports clothes, playing boots and shin pads.
What is paralympic football and why do people play it? Find out at: http://cpisra.org/main/new-promotional-football-7-a-side-dvd-now-available/
Technical Information about Paralympic Football: Paralympic Football Rules / http://www.paralympic.org.au/sports/football/ Paralympic Football Player Classification / Information related to Australian Paralympic Football, the Pararoos: follow this link.