World Cup 2022 – the world's best powerchair footballers down under
Patrick’s £500 power boost for World Cup bid
Northern Ireland’s national powerchair football squad are Australia bound for the sport’s World Cup next year. Squad hopeful Patrick Cumiskey has gained a financial boost to help with his preparations for next year's tournament.
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Australian Poweroos' superstar Abdullah Karim chats with Caroline Barker about powerchair football, being named World MVP at the 2017 FIPFA World Cup and the importance of his feet as a person with no arms. Listen to the interview from around 2:00 onwards.
Listen to Abdullah’s interview via the player below or search for BBC Sportshour wherever you find your podcasts:
2022 FIPFA Powerchair Football World Cup Launched at Bankwest Stadium
The 2022 FIPFA Powerchair Football World Cup was officially launched at Bankwest Stadium today with Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC QC, Governor of New South Wales officially unveiling the tournament logo. The tournament will take place between 16-22 October, 2022 at Sydney Olympic Park’s Quaycentre with 10 nations, 80 athletes across 7 days and 58 matches.
Powerchair Launch Just The Tip Of The Iceberg
The sight of Sydney FC A-League stars Milos Ninkovic and captain Alex Wilkinson alongside Sky Blues Powerchair skipper Jordan Crane helping to launch the 2022 Powerchair Football World Cup has created a real buzz and sense of excitement among the growing Powerchair Football community.
Meet Australia's world ranked football team, the Poweroos
Tracey Holmes from ABC Sport and The Ticket introduces us to some of the Australian Poweroos at the FIPFA Powerchair Football World Cup 2022 launch on 29 April, 2021. Hear from Australian squad members Abdullah Karim, Dimitri Liolio-Davis, Andy Waite and head coach Peter Turnbull.
PRESS RELEASE - FIPFA Powerchair Football World Cup 2022 Media Launch ‘Football for All’
The FIPFA Powerchair Football World Cup 2022 was launched today, April 29, 2021 at Bankwest Stadium in Parramatta, NSW. The tournament will take place in October 2022, at Sydney Olympic Park’s Quaycentre. The tournament logo was officially revealed at the ceremony by Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC QC, Governor of New South Wales. […]