2011 CPISRA Football 7-a-side World Championships

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2011 CPISRA Football 7-a-side World Championships
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2011 CPISRA Football 7-a-side World Championships official logo
Tournament details
Host country Netherlands Netherlands
Dates 17 June – 1 July 2011
Teams 16
Venue(s) 4 (in 3 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Russia Russia
Runners-up Iran Iran
Third place Ukraine Ukraine
Fourth place Brazil Brazil
Tournament statistics
Matches played 48
Goals scored 318 (6.63 per match)
Top scorer(s) England Michael Barker (11)
Argentina Brian Vivot (11)

The 2011 CPISRA Football 7-a-side World Championships was the world championship for men's national 7-a-side association football teams. CPISRA stands for Cerebral Palsy International Sports & Recreation Association. Athletes with a physical disability competed. The Championship took place in the Netherlands from 17 June to 1 July 2011.

Football 7-a-side was played with modified FIFA rules. Among the modifications were that there were seven players, no offside, a smaller playing field, and permission for one-handed throw-ins. Matches consisted of two thirty-minute halves, with a fifteen-minute half-time break. The Championships was a qualifying event for the London 2012 Paralympic Games.[1]

Participating teams and officials[edit]

Qualifying[edit]

The following teams are qualified for the tournament:

Means of qualification Date Venue Berths Qualified
Host nation 1 Netherlands Netherlands
2009 International Championships 23 October – 1 November 2009 Netherlands Arnhem, Netherlands 6 Argentina Argentina
Brazil Brazil
Iran Iran
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Russia Russia
Ukraine Ukraine
2010 American Cup
The next teams that were not yet qualified
17 – 27 October 2010 Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina 2 Canada Canada
United States United States
2010 Asian Para Games
The next teams that were not yet qualified
12 – 19 December 2010 China Guangzhou, China 2 Japan Japan
South Korea South Korea
2010 European Championships
The next teams that were not yet qualified
17 – 28 August 2010 Scotland Glasgow, Scotland 4 England England
Finland Finland
Spain Spain
Scotland Scotland
Oceania Region 1 Australia Australia
Total 16

The draw[edit]

During the draw, the teams were divided into pots because of rankings. Here, the following groups:[2]

Group A Group B Group C Group D
Pot 1 Brazil Brazil (4.) Ukraine Ukraine (3.) Russia Russia (1.) Iran Iran (2.)
Pot 2 Netherlands Netherlands (5.) Scotland Scotland (6.) Argentina Argentina (7.) United States United States (8.)
Pot 3 Australia Australia (11.) Canada Canada (12.) England England (10.) Republic of Ireland Ireland (9.)
Pot 4 Spain Spain (14.) Finland Finland (15.) South Korea South Korea (16.) Japan Japan (13.)

Squads[edit]

The individual teams contact following football gamblers on to:[2]

Group A

Brazil Brazil Netherlands Netherlands Australia Australia Spain Spain

01 Marcos dos Santos Ferreira
03 José Augusto Siqueira
04 Dihego Rezende Rodrigues
05 José Carlos Monteiro Guimarᾶes
06 Mateus Francisco Tostes Calvo
07 Fábio da Silva Bordignon
08 Rael de Medeiros Coelho
09 Renato da Rocha Lima
10 Wanderson Silva de Oliveira
11 Jan Francisco Brito da Costa
12 Moisés Tamiozzo da Silva
16 Jean Adriano Rodrigues

01 Rudi van Breemen
04 Myron Gebbink
05 Lars Conijn
06 Peter Kooij
07 Dennis Straatman
08 Pawel Statema
09 John Swinkels
10 Stephan Lokhoff
11 Iljas Visker
14 Daan Dikken
15 Joey Mense
16 Bart Adelaars
17 Abel Walraven
18 Gerard Arends
19 Quincy de Beukelaer
22 Stefan Boersma

01 Sam Larkins
02 Ben Roche
03 Jack Williams
04 Scott Kennedy
06 Christopher Pyne
07 David Barber
08 Brett Fairhall
09 Ben Atkins
10 Thomas Goodman
11 Beau Menzies
12 Jamie Paulsen
13 Jared Eiby

01 Omar Alvarez Serrano
02 Jonatan Corporales Rodríguez
03 Raúl Carrillo Arjona
04 Ramón Del Pino Bernardó
05 Carlos Antón Valor
06 Roberto Ortiz Lora
07 Sergio Clemente Muñoz
08 Carlos Rodríguez Grande
09 Emilio Manuel Ribeiro Sequeira
10 Raúl Pacheco Pérez
11 Abel Urbina Sánchez
12 Leandro Pérez Ferreira

Coach: Paulo Fernando Rodrigues da Cruz

Coach: Marcel Geestman

Coach: Paul Brown

Coach: Emilio Pereira Pérez

Group B

Ukraine Ukraine Scotland Scotland Canada Canada Finland Finland

01 Kostyantyn Symashko
02 Vitaliy Trushev
03 Serhiy Vakulenko
04 Taras Dutko
05 Anatolii Shevchyk
06 Ivan Shkvarlo
07 Andriy Tsukanov
08 Denys Ponomaryov
09 Mykola Mikhovych
10 Oleksiy Hetun
11 Volodymyr Antonyuk
12 Ihor Kosenko

01 Craig Connell
02 Blair Glynn
03 Laurie McGinley
04 Scott Troup
05 Graeme Paterson
06 Jamie Tervit
07 Mark Robertson
08 James Richmond
09 Anton Clarke
10 Jonathan Paterson
11 Thomas Brown

01 Cameron Kleimer
02 Geoff Wakefield
03 John Phillips
04 Christopher Duehrsen
05 Christopher Fawcett
06 James Akinclose
07 Dustin Hodgson
08 Brendon McAdam
09 Ross MacDonald
10 Vito Proietti
11 Matthew Brown
12 Jeremy Baird

01 Jaakko Seppälä
02 Joona Kuitunen
03 Wiljami Laurila
07 Jussi Tuominen
08 Mikael Jukarainen
09 Janne Helander
10 Johannes Siikonen
14 Pyry Nopsanen
15 Samuel Taipale
16 Joni Berg

Coach: Sergiy Ovcharenko

Coach: Stuart Sharp

Coach: Drew Ferguson

Coach: Samuel Siikonen

Group C

Russia Russia Argentina Argentina England England South Korea South Korea

03 Aslanbek Sapiev
06 Aleksey Tumakov
07 Alexey Chesmin
08 Ivan Potekhin
09 Eduard Ramonov
10 Andrey Kuvaev
12 Alexander Lekov
13 Lasha Murvanadze
15 Vyacheslav Larionov
16 Vladislav Raretsky
17 Zaurbek Pagaev
18 Aleksandr Kuligin

01 Gustavo Nahuelquin
02 Mariano Morana
03 Carlos Ferreira
04 Ezequiel Jaime
05 Brian Vivot
06 Maximiliano Fernandez
07 Ariel Medina
08 Gaston Eduardo Rodriguez
09 Angel Gabriel Rodriquez
10 Rodrigo Lugrin
11 Matias Fernandez
13 Marcos Salazar

01 Jordan Raynes
02 Matthew Dimbylow
03 Martin Sinclair
04 Alistair Heselton
05 Emyle Rudder
06 Joshua Beacham
07 George Fletcher
08 Matthew Ellis
09 Michael Barker
10 Graham Leclerc
11 Karl Townshend
12 Billy Thompson

01 Hyeseong Son
02 Hyungsoo Kim
03 Junho Jang
04 Jongtae Kim
05 Haecheol Park
06 Jaesik Moon
07 Seungmok Park
08 Phillip Jung
09 Seungnam Kang
10 Kyeongkuk Gu
11 Sangpil Cho
12 Hyoungjun Lee

Coach: Avtandil Baramidze

Coach: Osvaldo Hernandez

Coach: Lyndon Lynch

Coach: Jaeyong Kim

Group D

Iran Iran United States United States Republic of Ireland Ireland Japan Japan

01 Moslem Akbari
02 Behnam Sohrabibagherabadi
03 Mehran Majd Nikoee
04 Ehsan Gholamhosseinpour Booshehri
05 Heidari Morteza
06 Rasoul Atashafrouz
07 Bahman Ansari
08 Heidari Habibollah Mehr
09 Jasem Bakhshi
10 Mehri Farzad
11 Sadegh Hassani Baghi
12 Hashem Rastegarimobin

01 Keith Johnson
02 Nick Creasey
03 Jason Slemons
04 Chad Jones
05 Bryce Boarman
06 Chris Ahrens
07 Adam Ballou
08 Tom Latsch
09 Josh McKinney
10 Marthell Vazquez
11 Tyler Bennett
12 Charlie Howard

01 Brian McGillivary
02 Finbar O'Riordan
03 Paul Dollard
04 Luke Evans
05 Joseph Markey
06 Mark Jones
07 Gary Messett
08 Eric O'Flaherty
09 Jason Moran
10 Daragh Snell
11 Aaron Tiers
12 Simon Le Strange

01 Henry Naoyoshi Kagayama
02 Hideyuki Yanagi
03 Kenji Hashimoto
04 Yuji Yamada
05 Taisei Taniguchi
06 Ryuta Yoshino
07 Kazuhiro Kubo
08 Kodai Nakaoka
09 Tetsuya Toda
10 Tsukasa Kawano
12 Takayuki Iwasa

Coach: Hossein Saleh

Coach: Jay Hoffman

Coach: Daragh Sheridan

Coach: Yukio Jin

Venues[edit]

The venues to be used for the World Championships were located in Assen, Emmen and Hoogeveen.[2][3]

Emmen Assen Hoogeveen
Univé Stadion
(FC Emmen)
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord
(SC Angelslo)
Sportpark Marsdijk
(Achilles 1894)[4]
Sportveld Weide
(club VV De Weide)
Capacity: 8,600 Capacity: unknown Capacity: 5,000 Capacity: unknown
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Format[edit]

The first round, or group stage, was a competition between the 16 teams divided among four groups of four, where each group engaged in a round-robin tournament within itself. The two highest ranked teams in each group advanced to the knockout stage for the position one to eight. the two lower ranked teams plays for the positions nine to 16. Teams were awarded three points for a win and one for a draw. When comparing teams in a group over-all result came before head-to-head.

In the knockout stage there were three rounds (quarter-finals, semi-finals, and the final). The winners plays for the higher positions, the losers for the lower positions. For any match in the knockout stage, a draw after 60 minutes of regulation time was followed by two 10 minute periods of extra time to determine a winner. If the teams were still tied, a penalty shoot-out was held to determine a winner.

Classification
Athletes with a physical disability competed. The athlete's disability was caused by a non-progressive brain damage that affects motor control, such as cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury or stroke. Athletes must be ambulant.

Players were classified by level of disability.

  • C5: Athletes with difficulties when walking and running, but not in standing or when kicking the ball.
  • C6: Athletes with control and co-ordination problems of their upper limbs, especially when running.
  • C7: Athletes with hemiplegia.
  • C8: Athletes with minimal disability; must meet eligibility criteria and have an impairment that has impact on the sport of football.

Teams must field at least one class C5 or C6 player at all times. No more than two players of class C8 are permitted to play at the same time.

Group stage[edit]

The first round, or group stage, have seen the sixteen teams divided into four groups of four teams.[2][5]In any every match a maximum of 10 goals scored were counted. This is indicated with an asterisk (*)

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualified for
1 Brazil Brazil 3 2 1 0 21 1 +20 7 Team play for the position 1 - 8
2 Netherlands Netherlands 3 2 1 0 13 1 +12 7
3 Australia Australia 3 1 0 2 4 19 −15 3 Team play for the position 9 - 16
4 Spain Spain 3 0 0 3 2 19 −17 0

17 June 2011
Netherlands Netherlands 1–1 Brazil Brazil
Swinkels Goal 29' Report Silva de Oliveira Goal 7'
Univé Stadion, Emmen

18 June 2011
Australia Australia 4–2 Spain Spain
Larkins Goal 14'17'19'58' Report Valor Goal 10'
Muñoz Goal 38'
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord, Emmen

20 June 2011
Brazil Brazil 10–0 Australia Australia
Silva de Oliveira Goal 12'50'51'
J. Rodrigues Goal 17'38'
da Rocha Lima Goal 18'
da Silva Bordignon Goal 21'26'
D. Rodrigues Goal 52'
Guimarᾶes Goal 55'
Report
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

20 June 2011
Netherlands Netherlands 5–0 Spain Spain
Conijn Goal 15'46'
Visker Goal 26'
Lokhoff Goal 42'
Swinkels Goal 60+3'
Report
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

22 June 2011
Spain Spain 0–10 Brazil Brazil
Report da Rocha Lima Goal 14'
Silva de Oliveira Goal 15'
da Silva Bordignon Goal 20'24'27'28'
Brito da Costa Goal 21'
D. Rodrigues Goal 43'54'
Arjona Goal 53' (o.g.)
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

22 June 2011
Netherlands Netherlands 7–0 Australia Australia
Kooij Goal 3'60+1'
Lokhoff Goal 9'
Conijn Goal 29'
Visker Goal 30'30+1'31'
Report
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualified for
1 Ukraine Ukraine 3 3 0 0 19 2 +17 9 Team play for the position 1 - 8
2 Scotland Scotland 3 2 0 1 14 6 +8 6
3 Canada Canada 3 1 0 2 7 9 −2 3 Team play for the position 9 - 16
4 Finland Finland 3 0 0 3 2 25 −23 0

18 June 2011
Ukraine Ukraine 5–0 Scotland Scotland
Trushev Goal 10'19'39'
Dutko Goal 24'
Mikhovych Goal 44'
Report
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord, Emmen

18 June 2011
Canada Canada 6–0 Finland Finland
M. Brown Goal 6'
Ackinclose Goal 7'19'26'
McAdam Goal 46'
Hodgson Goal 48'
Report
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord, Emmen

20 June 2011
Scotland Scotland 10–0 Finland Finland
McGinley Goal 1'16'47'55'57'
Clarke Goal 13'
Glynn Goal 41'
J. Paterson Goal 42'
Richmond Goal 47'51'
Report
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

20 June 2011
Ukraine Ukraine 5–0 Canada Canada
Ponomaryov Goal 16'24'39'49'
Ackinclose Goal 30+2'
Report
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

22 June 2011
Scotland Scotland 4–1 Canada Canada
Robertson Goal 6'
J. Paterson Goal 18'
T. Brown Goal 31'60'
Report Hodgson Goal 34'
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

22 June 2011
Finland Finland 2–9 Ukraine Ukraine
Jukarainen Goal 43'
Siikonen Goal 54'
Report Shkvarlo Goal 3'
Ponomaryov Goal 7'
Mikhovych Goal 15'58'
Vakulenko Goal 32'46'52'57'
Tsukanov Goal 59'
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualified for
1 Russia Russia 3 3 0 0 12 1 +11 9 Team play for the position 1 - 8
2 Argentina Argentina 3 2 0 1 14 7 +7 6
3 England England 3 1 0 2 12 6 +6 3 Team play for the position 9 - 16
4 South Korea South Korea 3 0 0 3 0 24 −24 0

19 June 2011
Russia Russia 3–0 England England
Murvanadze Goal 3'51'
Tumakov Goal 10'
Report
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

19 June 2011
Argentina Argentina 11–0 South Korea South Korea
Vivot Goal 4'12'30'31'39'
A. Rodriquez Goal 11'
Morana Goal 24'42'56'
Lugrin Goal 27'
Salazar Goal 60'
Report
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

21 June 2011
Russia Russia 5–1 Argentina Argentina
Kuligin Goal 15'
Ramonov Goal 24'
Murvanadze Goal 29'
Kuvaev Goal 49'
Sapiev Goal 56'
Report Lugrin Goal 8'
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord, Emmen

21 June 2011
England England 12–0 South Korea South Korea
Heselton Goal 6'
Sinclair Goal 29'
Barker Goal 30+1'43'49'
Rudder Goal 32'
Townshend Goal 55'58'
Fletcher Goal 37'40'44'
Dimbylow Goal 59'
Report
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord, Emmen

23 June 2011
South Korea South Korea 0–4 Russia Russia
Report Kuligin Goal 5'
Pagaev Goal 25'
Sapiev Goal 27'
Murvanadze Goal 54'
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

23 June 2011
England England 2–3 Argentina Argentina
Barker Goal 17'47' Report A. Rodriquez Goal 16'
Vivot Goal 30+1'40'
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualified for
1 Iran Iran 3 3 0 0 15 3 +12 9 Team play for the position 1 - 8
2 United States United States 3 2 0 1 9 9 0 6
3 Republic of Ireland Ireland 3 1 0 2 7 3 +4 3 Team play for the position 9 - 16
4 Japan Japan 3 0 0 3 1 17 −16 0

19 June 2011
Iran Iran 3–1 Republic of Ireland Ireland
Mehri Goal 19'
Atashafrouz Goal 28'
Akbari Goal 34'
Report Moran Goal 44'
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

19 June 2011
United States United States 4–0 Japan Japan
Vazquez Goal 3'34'
McKinney Goal 24'28'
Report
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

21 June 2011
Iran Iran 7–2 United States United States
Ansari Goal 6'27'
Akbari Goal 13'24'60+1'
Mehri Goal 38'
Hassani Goal 58'
Report Vazquez Goal 14'
McKinney Goal 43'
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord, Emmen


Ireland Republic of Ireland 8–1 Japan Japan
Messett Goal 9'40'
Evans Goal 10'16'25'29'
Markey Goal 17'
Tiers Goal 36'
Report Taniguchi Goal 13'
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord, Emmen

23 June 2011
Japan Japan 0–5 Iran Iran
Report Bakhshi Goal 5'
Hassani Goal 14'
Sohrabibagherabadi Goal 35'
Rastegarimobin Goal 37'
Gholamhosseinpour Goal 55'
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

23 June 2011
Ireland Republic of Ireland 2–3 United States United States
Snell Goal 50'
O'Flaherty Goal 60'
Report Vazquez Goal 15'
McKinney Goal 41'
Ballou Goal 42'
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

Knockout stage[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

Position 9-16

25 June 2011
12:00
Australia Australia 9–1 Finland Finland
Larkins Goal 14'33'51'
Barber Goal 17'19'
Fairhall Goal 26'28'
Pyne Goal 30+1'35'
Report Jukarainen Goal 56'
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

25 June 2011
14:30
Canada Canada 3–2 Spain Spain
Baird Goal 14'
Ackinclose Goal 39'44'
Report Pacheco Pérez Goal 18'
del Pino Bernardó Goal 36'
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

26 June 2011
12:00
England England 6–0 Japan Japan
Heselton Goal 1'
Barker Goal 16'17'49'
Ellis Goal 21'
Sinclair Goal 37'
Report
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord, Emmen

26 June 2011
14:30
Ireland Republic of Ireland 12–1 South Korea South Korea
Moon Goal 3' (o.g.)
O'Flaherty Goal 11'
Snell Goal 13'44'
Messett Goal 19'21'23'
Tiers Goal 32'46'
Markey Goal 39'
Report Moon Goal 41'
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord, Emmen

Position 1-8

25 June 2011
17:00
Brazil Brazil 4–1 Scotland Scotland
Silva de Oliveira Goal 13'22'
da Silva Bordignon Goal 23'
Calvo Goal 36'
Report T. Brown Goal 5'
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

25 June 2011
19:30
Ukraine Ukraine 3–1 Netherlands Netherlands
Dutko Goal 5'
Shevchyk Goal 20'
Antonyuk Goal 28'
Report Conijn Goal 42'
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

26 June 2011
17:00
Iran Iran 8–0 Argentina Argentina
Mehri Goal 10'19'
Bakhshi Goal 11'
Akbari Goal 18'30'41'
Sohrabibagherabadi Goal 44'49'
Report
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord, Emmen

26 June 2011
19:30
Russia Russia 10–1 United States United States
Chesmin Goal 13'
Potekhin Goal 15'18'
Tumakov Goal 17'
Larionov Goal 24'
Sapiev Goal 36'
Pagaev Goal 39'43'
Murvanadze Goal 48'
Kuvaev Goal 51'
Report Ballou Goal 31'
Sportpark Meerdijk Noord, Emmen

Semi-finals[edit]

Position 13-16

28 June 2011
12:00
Finland Finland 0–2 Japan Japan
Report Toda Goal 19'23'
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

29 June 2011
12:00
Spain Spain 8–1 South Korea South Korea
Valor Goal 5'46'49'
Muñoz Goal 9'30'
Pérez Goal 28'47'54'
Report H. Park Goal 25'
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

Position 9-12

28 June 2011
14:30
Australia Australia 0–10 England England
Report Dimbylow Goal 19'30'32'
Barker Goal 21'26'29'
Rudder Goal 28'
Sinclair Goal 33'
Townshend Goal 50'
Leclerc Goal 60+2'
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

29 June 2011
14:30
Canada Canada 0–6 Republic of Ireland Ireland
Report Messett Goal 9'51'
O'Flaherty Goal 21'
Moran Goal 32'
Snell Goal 50'60+2'
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

Position 5-8

28 June 2011
19:30
Netherlands Netherlands 4–2 Argentina Argentina
Kooij Goal 18'
Straatman Goal 23'39'
Visker Goal 60'
Report Morana Goal 30'
Salazar Goal 31'
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

29 June 2011
17:00
Scotland Scotland 3–2 United States United States
McGinley Goal 15'
Robertson Goal 28'33'
Report Vazquez Goal 13'
McKinney Goal 23'
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

Position 1-4

28 June 2011
17:00
Ukraine Ukraine 2–4 Iran Iran
Hetun Goal 41'
Dutko Goal 49'
Report Ansari Goal 3'5'11'20'
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

29 June 2011
19:30
Brazil Brazil 0–4 Russia Russia
Report Ramonov Goal 6'28'
Kuligin Goal 21'
Kuvaev Goal 31'
Sportpark Schutlanden, Hoogeveen

Finals[edit]

Position 15-16

30 June 2011
12:00
Finland Finland 1–0 South Korea South Korea
Helander Goal 16' Report
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

Position 13-14

30 June 2011
14:30
Japan Japan 4–3 Spain Spain
Toda Goal 30+1'49'
Arjona Goal 32' (o.g.)
Yoshino Goal 35'
Report Muñoz Goal 4'
Grande Goal 9'
Pérez Goal 56'
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

Position 11-12

30 June 2011
17:00
Australia Australia 2–0 Canada Canada
Fawcett Goal 49' (o.g.)
Roche Goal 54'
Report
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

Position 9-10

30 June 2011
19:30
England England 0–5 Republic of Ireland Ireland
Report Dollard Goal 9'
Raynes Goal 11' (o.g.)
Messett Goal 16'
Markey Goal 27'
Snell Goal 58'
Sportpark Marsdijk, Assen

Position 7-8

1 July 2011
12:00
Argentina Argentina 7–2 United States United States
Vivot Goal 6'11'51'55'
Salazar Goal 38'
Lugrin Goal 54'
Morana Goal 57'
Report Ballou Goal 8'
Morana Goal 57' (o.g.)
Univé Stadion, Emmen

Position 5-6

1 July 2011
14:30
Netherlands Netherlands 3–1 Scotland Scotland
Straatman Goal 44'49'
Swinkels Goal 60+2'
Report Robertson Goal 12'
Univé Stadion, Emmen

Position 3-4

1 July 2011
17:00
Ukraine Ukraine 8–3 Brazil Brazil
Antonyuk Goal 66'11'30+1'45'
Dutko Goal 12'
Shevchyk Goal 26'46'
Hetun Goal 37'
Report Silva de Oliveira Goal 8'60+1'
Brito da Costa Goal 54'
Univé Stadion, Emmen

Final

1 July 2011
19:30
Iran Iran 1–6 Russia Russia
Mehri Goal 41' Report Murvanadze Goal 2'
Tumakov Goal 13'16'
Chesmin Goal 20'25'
Potekhin Goal 43'
Univé Stadion, Emmen

Statistics[edit]

Goalscorers[edit]

11 goals
  • England Michael Barker
  • Argentina Brian Vivot
9 goals
  • Brazil Wanderson Silva de Oliveira
8 goals
  • Republic of Ireland Gary Messett
7 goals
  • Iran Moslem Akbari
  • Brazil Fábio da Silva Bordignon
  • England Sam Larkins
6 goals
  • Canada Jamie Ackinclose
  • Republic of Ireland Bahman Ansari
  • Scotland Laurie McGinley
  • Russia Lasha Murvanadze
  • Republic of Ireland Daragh Snell
5 goals
  • Ukraine Volodymyr Antonyuk
  • United States Josh McKinney
  • Iran Farzad Mehri
  • Argentina Mariano Morana
  • Spain Raúl Pacheco Pérez
  • Ukraine Denys Ponomaryov
  • United States Marthell Vazquez
  • Netherlands Iljas Visker
4 goals
  • Netherlands Lars Conijn
  • England Matthew Dimbylow
  • Ukraine Taras Dutko
  • Republic of Ireland Luke Evans
  • Spain Sergio Clemente Muñoz
  • Scotland Mark Robertson
  • Netherlands Dennis Straatman
  • Russia Aleksey Tumakov
  • Ukraine Serhiy Vakulenko
  • Spain Carlos Antón Valor
3 goals
  • Scotland Thomas Brown
  • United States Adam Ballou
  • Russia Alexey Chesmin
  • Brazil Dihego Rezende Rodrigues
  • England George Fletcher
  • Netherlands Peter Kooij
  • Russia Aleksandr Kuligin
  • Russia Andrey Kuvaev
  • Argentina Rodrigo Lugrin
  • Republic of Ireland Joseph Markey
  • Ukraine Mykola Mikhovych
  • Republic of Ireland Eric O'Flaherty
  • Russia Zaurbek Pagaev
  • Russia Ivan Potekhin
  • Russia Eduard Ramonov
  • Argentina Marcos Salazar
  • Russia Aslanbek Sapiev
  • Ukraine Anatolii Shevchyk
  • England Martin Sinclair
  • Iran Behnam Sohrabibagherabadi
  • Netherlands John Swinkels
  • Republic of Ireland Aaron Tiers
  • England Karl Townshend
  • Ukraine Vitaliy Trushev
2 goals
  • Brazil Jean Adriano Rodrigues
  • Iran Baghi Sadegh Hassani
  • Iran Jasem Bakhshi
  • Australia David Barber
  • Brazil Jan Francisco Brito da Costa
  • Brazil Renato da Rocha Lima
  • Australia Brett Fairhall
  • England Alistair Heselton
  • Ukraine Oleksiy Hetun
  • Canada Dustin Hodgson
  • England Jonathan Paterson
  • Finland Mikael Jukarainen
  • Netherlands Stephan Lokhoff
  • Argentina Mariano Morana
  • Australia Christopher Pyne
  • Argentina Angel Gabriel Rodriquez
  • England Emyle Rudder
  • Japan Tetsuya Toda
1 goal
  • Iran Rasoul Atashafrouz
  • Canada Matthew Brown
  • Canada Jeremy Baird
  • Brazil Mateus Francisco Tostes Calvo
  • Scotland Anton Clarke
  • Spain Ramón del Pino Bernardó
  • Republic of Ireland Paul Dollard
  • England Matthew Ellis
  • Iran Booshehri Ehsan Gholamhosseinpour
  • Scotland Blair Glynn
  • Spain Carlos Rodríguez Grande
  • Brazil José Carlos Monteiro Guimarᾶes
  • England Janne Helander
  • Russia Vyacheslav Larionov
  • England Graham Leclerc
  • Canada Brendon McAdam
  • South Korea Jaesik Moon
  • South Korea Haecheol Park
  • Iran Hashem Rastegarimobin
  • Scotland James Richmond
  • Australia Ben Roche
  • Ukraine Ivan Shkvarlo
  • Finland Johannes Siikonen
  • Japan Taisei Taniguchi
  • Ukraine Andriy Tsukanov
  • Japan Ryuta Yoshino
own goals
  • Spain Raúl Carrillo Arjona (2 goals)
  • Canada Chris Fawcett
  • South Korea Jaesik Moon
  • Argentina Mariano Morana
  • England Jordan Raynes

Ranking[edit]

Rank Team
Gold medal icon.svg Russia Russia
Silver medal icon.svg Iran Iran
Bronze medal icon.svg Ukraine Ukraine
4. Brazil Brazil
5. Netherlands Netherlands
6. Scotland Scotland
7. Argentina Argentina
8. United States United States
9. Republic of Ireland Ireland
10. England England
11. Australia Australia
12. Canada Canada
13. Japan Japan
14. Spain Spain
15. Finland Finland
16. South Korea South Korea

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Football 7-a-Side Qualification Criteria - FT, International Paralympic Committee (IPC), February 2011
  2. ^ a b c d "2011 CPISRA Football 7-a-side World Championships, Website". 2016-10-13. Archived from the original on 2012-05-22. Retrieved 2012-03-22. "UEFA backs Cerebral Palsy finals". www.trn.infra.uefa.org. 2016-10-13. Retrieved 2007-10-27. 
  3. ^ Draw for the CPISRA football 7-a-side world championships 2011, Cerebral Palsy International Sports & Recreation Association (CPISRA), 2011
  4. ^ "CPISRA Football 7-a-side World Championships, Venues". KNVB. Archived from the original on 2012-05-27. Retrieved 22 June 2011. 
  5. ^ "2011 CPISRA Football 7-a-side World Championships, Matches and Results". KNVB. Archived from the original on 2012-08-15. Retrieved 2017-02-26. 

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