2015 IFCPF CP Football World Championships

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2015 IFCPF CP Football World Championships
Tournament details
Host countryEngland England
Dates16 – 28 June 2015
Teams16
Venue(s)1 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
ChampionsRussia Russia
Runners-upUkraine Ukraine
Third placeBrazil Brazil
Fourth placeNetherlands Netherlands
Tournament statistics
Matches played43
Goals scored209 (4.86 per match)
Top scorer(s)Russia Volodymyr Antonyuk (12)

The 2015 IFCPF CP Football World Championships was the world championship for men's national 7-a-side association football teams. IFCPF stands for International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football. Athletes with a physical disability competed. The Championship took place in the England from 16 to 28 June 2015.

Football CP Football 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 Rio de Janeiro 2016 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 England England
2013 Intercontinental Cup 27 July – 10 August 2013 Spain Sant Cugat del Vallès, Spain 8 Argentina Argentina
Brazil Brazil
Republic of Ireland Ireland
Netherlands Netherlands
Russia Russia
Scotland Scotland
Ukraine Ukraine
United States United States
2010 American Cup
The next teams that were not yet qualified
19 – 26 September 2014 Canada Toronto, Kanada 2 Canada Canada
Venezuela Venezuela
2014 Asian Para Games 19 – 23 October 2014 South Korea Incheon, South Korea 2 Iran Iran1
Japan Japan
2014 European Championships
The next teams that were not yet qualified
23 July – 2 August 2014 Portugal Maia, Portugal 2 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Portugal Portugal
Oceania Region 1 Australia Australia
Total 16
1 = The Iranian CP football team drew their participation back shortly before the World Cup[2]

The draw[edit]

During the draw, the teams were divided into pots because of rankings[3][4] . Here, the following groups:

Group A Group B Group C Group D
Pot 1 Ukraine Ukraine (2.) Russia Russia (1.) Brazil Brazil (3.) Netherlands Netherlands (4.)
Pot 2 Iran Iran (5.)1 Republic of Ireland Ireland (7.*) Scotland Scotland (7.*) Argentina Argentina (6.)
Pot 3 England England (10.) Australia Australia (12.) United States United States (9.) Canada Canada (11.)
Pot 4 Japan Japan (13.*) Portugal Portugal (13.*) Venezuela Venezuela (17.) Northern Ireland Northern Ireland (13.*)
* The team is placed with another team in the world rankings ex equo.
1 = The Iranian CP football team drew their participation back shortly before the World Cup

Squads[edit]

The individual teams contact following football gamblers on to:[4] Group A

Ukraine Ukraine England England Japan Japan

01 Kostyantyn Symashko (GK)
02 Vitaliy Trushev (DF)
03 Yevhen Zinoviev (DF)
04 Taras Dutko (DF)
05 Oleh Len (FW)
06 Edhar Kahramanian (DF)
07 Vitalii Romanchuk (FW)
08 Denys Ponomarov (FW)
09 Dmytro Molodtsov (DF)
10 Stanislav Podolskyi (MF)
11 Volodymyr Antonyuk (MF)
12 Bohdan Kulynych (GK)
13 Artem Krasylnykov (MF)
14 Artem Sheremet (MF)

01 Giles Moore (GK)
02 Harry Barker (DF)
03 Karl Townshend (DF)
04 Matt Crossen (DF)
05 Jack Rutter (c) (MF)
06 Martin Sinclair (DF)
07 Michael Barker (FW)
08 James Blackwell (DF)
09 George Fletcher (MF)
10 Ibrahima Diallo (MF)
11 Ollie Nugent (MF)
12 Jake Brown (MF)
13 Ryan Kay (GK)
14 Emyle Rudder (MF)

01 Naoyoshi Henry Kagayama (GK)
02 Keisuke Kawabe (DF)
04 Hiroto Takahashi (MF)
05 Taisei Taniguchi (MF)
06 Yuji Yamada (MF)
07 Yuki Soma (MF)
08 Kazuhiro Kubo (MF)
09 Tetsuya Toda (DF)
10 Ryuta Yoshino (MF)
11 Tatsuhiro Ura (DF)
12 Shou Kuroda (MF)
14 Shotaro Osawa (FW)
16 Tenma Inoue (MF)
18 Hideyuki Yanagi (GK)

Coach: Serhii Ovcharenko

Coach: Keith Webb

Coach: Junichi Sano

Group B

Russia Russia Republic of Ireland Ireland Australia Australia Portugal Portugal

03 Aslanbek Sapiev (DF)
06 Aleksey Tumakov (MF)
07 Alexey Chesmin (DF)
08 Ivan Potekhin (DF)
09 Eduard Ramonov (MF)
10 Dimitrii Pestretsov (FW)
12 Guram Chkareuli (GK)
13 Lasha Murvanadze (DF)
14 Georgiy Albegov (DF)
15 Viacheslav Larionov (MF)
16 Vladislav Raretckii (GK)
17 Zaurbek Pagaev (MF)
18 Aleksandr Kuligin (MF)
23 Alexei Borkin (FW)

01 Brian McGillivary (GK)
02 Joe Markey (DF)
03 Darragh Snell (MF)
04 Luke Evans (DF)
05 Eric O'Flaherty (MF)
06 Paraic Leacy (MF)
07 Gary Messett (MF)
08 Carl McKee (MF)
09 Aaron Tier (MF)
10 Dillon Sheridan (MF)
11 Peter Cotter (FW)
12 Ryan Nolan (FW)
13 Jason Moran (FW)
14 Simon Lestrange (GK)

01 Christopher Barty (GK)
02 Benjamin Roche (FW)
03 Jack Williams (MF)
06 Christopher Pyne (DF)
07 David Barber (DF)
08 Thomas Goodman (MF)
09 Ben Atkins (MF)
10 Connor Marsh (DF)
11 James Turner (MF)
12 Zachary Jones (DF/GK)
13 Jarrod Larkins-Law (FW)
14 Angus MacGregor (MF)
16 Cameron Gudgeon (MF)
19 Ned McCabe (GK)

01 Rui Miguel Ferreira Rocha (GK)
02 Ricardo Santos França (DF)
03 Hugo Manuel da Silva Pinheiro (MF)
04 Vasco João Gomes dos Santos (DF)
05 Rúben Miguel Sousa Oliveira (DF)
06 Cláudio Filipe Ferreira Nóvoa (MF)
07 Vítor Emanuel Ribeiro Vilarinho (MF)
08 Pedro Filipe Fernandes dos Santos (MF)
09 Tiago Carneiro (FW)
10 Tiago Ribeiro Baptista Ramos (FW)
11 André Ricardo Silva Ferreira (MF)
12 Sérgio Manuel Silva Barros (DF)
13 Lucas de Souza Semblano Pinheiro (MF)
14 Telmo Luís dos Santos Baptista (GK)

Coach: Avtandil Baramidze

Coach: Gerard Glynn

Coach: Kai Lammert

Coach: Vasco Miguel Santos Ferre

Group C

Brazil Brazil Scotland Scotland United States United States Venezuela Venezuela

01 Marcos Dos Santos Ferreira (GK)
02 Jonatas Santos Machado (MF)
03 Fernandes Celso Alves Vieira (DF)
04 Jose Carols Monteiro Guimarães (FW)
05 Felipe Rafael da Silva Gomes (MF)
06 Ubirajara da Silva Magalhães (MF)
07 Ronaldo de Souza Almeida (DF)
08 Evandro de Oliveira Gomes de Souza (FW)
09 Igor Romero Rocha (FW)
10 Wanderson Silva de Oliveira (FW)
11 Jan Francisco Brito da Costa (MF)
12 Wesley Martins de Souza (GK)
12 Diego Delgado da Silva (DF)
14 Gilvano Diniz da Silva (GK)

01 Craig Connel (GK)
02 Blair Glynn (DF/MF)
03 Martin Hickman (DF/MF)
04 Lewis McIntyre (DF/MF)
05 Ross MacMillan (DF/MF)
06 Ian Paton (DF/MF)
07 Mark Robertson (MF/FW)
08 Jamie Mitchell (DF/MF)
09 Kyle Hannin (MF/FW)
10 Jonathan Paterson (MF/FW)
11 Thomas Brown (DF/MF)
12 Martin Scott (GK)
13 Barry Halloran (FW)
14 Darren Aitken (MF/FW)

01 Keith Edward Johnson (GK)
02 Gavin James Sibayan (DF/MF)
03 Bryce Zachary Boarman (DF)
04 Tyler Allen Bennett (MF)
05 Jordan Andrew Weise (DF/MF)
06 Adam Kyle Ballou (DF)
07 Jarrett Paul Razon (MF)
09 Seth David Jahn (FW/GK)
10 Kevin Tyler Hensley (MF)
11 Mason Dane Abbiate (MF)
14 David Navarro Garza (DF)
19 Michael Robert Moore (FW)
23 Marthell Alonso Vazquez (FW/GK)
25 Rene Renteria (MF)

01 Frank Renee Pineda Teran (GK)
02 Gabriel Alfredo Medina Diaz (DF)
03 Peter Antoni Alvarado Gonzalez (DF)
04 Marco Tulio Cardenas Nieto (DF)
05 Daniel Enrique Sanchez (DF)
06 Richard Alexander Mogollon Melendez (MF)
07 Richard Alexander Alarcon Pacheco (MF)
08 Asdrubal Eusabio de Jesus Olicares Mora (MF)
09 Angel Evelio Molina Camacho (MF)
10 Jessi Junior Yari Villegas (FW)
11 Saul Eliecer Torres Villegas (DF)
12 Marlon Alexander Bello (GK)
17 Jose Luis Felipe Quintana (FW)

Coach: Dolvair Castelli

Coach: Andrew Smith

Coach: Stuart Sharp

Coach: Jose Luis Betancor Perez

Group D

Netherlands Netherlands Argentina Argentina Canada Canada Northern Ireland Northern Ireland

01 Stefan Boersma (GK)
02 George van Altena (GK)
03 Jeroen Schuitert (MF)
04 Jeroen Saedt (FW)
05 Teddy Witjes (DF)
06 Peter Kooij (MF)
07 Minne de Vos (MF)
08 Lars Conijn (DF)
09 Rik Rodenburg (FW)
10 Stephan Lokhoff (MF)
11 Iljas Visker (FW)
12 Guido Floors (MF)
14 Daan Dikken (MF)
15 Joey Mense (DF)

01 Claudio Omar Figuera (GK)
02 Pablo Matias Molina (DF)
03 Mariano Cortes (MF)
04 Rodrigo Adolfo Luquez (DF)
05 Matias Agustin Bassi (MF)
06 Maximiliano Sebastian Fernandez (DF)
07 Rodrigo Eloy Lugrin (MF)
08 Ezequiel Anibal Jaime (DF)
09 Duncan Coronel (FW)
10 Mariano Andres Morana (MF)
11 Matias Emiliano Fernandez (FW)
12 Gustavo Nahuelquin (GK)
13 Matías Salvat (FW)
13Juan Alberto Alabarce (FW)

01 Yuri Woodfall (GK)
02 Liam Stanley (MF)
03 Matt Gilbert (DF)
04 John Phillips (DF)
05 Sam Charron (MF)
06 Lucas Bruno (DF)
07 Dustin Hodgson (MF)
08 Vito Proietti (FW)
09 Trevor Stiles (MF)
10 Kyle Payne (DF)
11 Matthew Brown (DF)
12 Nick Heffernan (MF)
13 Samuel Denton (GK)
14 Damien Wojtiw (GK)

01 Gareth Miller (GK)
02 Darren Lemon (GK) / (DF)
03 Christian Canning (DF)
04 Cormac Birt (MF)
05 Jordan Cush (DF/MF)
06 Shea Tigh (DF)
07 Stephen Halpin (MF)
08 David Levy (MF)
09 Ryan Walker (FW)
10 Jordan Walker (MF)
11 Conor Lewsley (FW)
12 Alex Cossins (GK)
13 Charlie Fogarty (MF)
14 Harry Cheeseman (FW)

Coach: Marcel Geestman

Coach: Osvaldo Jorge Hernandez

Coach: Drew Ferguson

Coach: Malachy Donaghy

Venue[edit]

The venue to be used for the World Championships were located in Burton-upon-Trent.[4]

Burton-upon-Trent
St George's Park National Football Centre
Capacity: unknown
St Georges Park Aerial May 2012.jpg

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 played 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.[4]

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualified for
1 Ukraine Ukraine 2 2 0 0 11 0 +11 6 Team play for the position 1 - 8
2 England England 2 1 0 1 10 1 +9 3
3 Japan Japan 2 0 0 2 0 20 −20 0 Team play for the position 9 - 16
4 Iran Iran 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
England England14–0Japan Japan
Rutter Goal 4'9'20'27'36'37'
Barker Goal 7'
Blackwell Goal 12'23'
Brown Goal 16'51'
Rudder Goal 27'
Nugent Goal x2
Report
Ukraine Ukraine16–0Japan Japan
Antonyuk Goal 2'6'19'22'25'30'34'48'
Sheremet Goal 8'
Krasylnykov Goal 21'29'50'
Romanchuk Goal 47'49'53'
Kahramanian Goal 60'
Report]

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualified for
1 Russia Russia 3 3 0 0 22 1 +21 9 Team play for the position 1 - 8
2 Republic of Ireland Ireland 3 2 0 1 13 9 +4 6
3 Australia Australia 3 1 0 2 3 9 −6 3 Team play for the position 9 - 16
4 Portugal Portugal 3 0 0 3 0 19 −19 0
Russia Russia8–1Republic of Ireland Ireland
Ramonov Goal 3'44'55'
Pestretsov Goal 14'29'
Larionov Goal 16'
Kuligin Goal 54'
Borkin Goal 55'
Report Messett Goal 11'
Russia Russia9–0Portugal Portugal
Kuligin Goal 16'
Ramonov Goal 17'
Sapiev Goal 18'27'
Albegov Goal 21'
Chesmin Goal 42'
Borkin Goal 55'
Potekhin Goal 59'
Pagaev Goal 60'
Report
Australia Australia1–4Republic of Ireland Ireland
Barber Goal 49' Report Messett Goal 8'
Sheridan Goal 38'60'
O'Flaherty Goal 51'
Ireland Republic of Ireland8–0Portugal Portugal
Messett Goal 1'3'
Sheridan Goal 3'10'12'30'
Snell Goal 8'
Evans Goal 54'
Report
Australia Australia0–5Russia Russia
Report Ramonov Goal 4'
Kuligin Goal 9'
Murvanadze Goal 13'
Tumakov Goal 31'
Chesmin Goal 51'

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualified for
1 Brazil Brazil 3 3 0 0 18 0 +18 9 Team play for the position 1 - 8
2 United States United States 3 2 0 1 5 7 −2 6
3 Scotland Scotland 3 1 0 2 6 8 −2 3 Team play for the position 9 - 16
4 Venezuela Venezuela 3 0 0 3 0 14 −14 0
United States United States3–0Venezuela Venezuela
Hensley Goal 13'36'
Boarman Goal 43'
Report
Brazil Brazil6–0Scotland Scotland
Brito da Costa Goal 4'
Vieira Goal 14'
Silva de Oliveira Goal 19'
Guimarães Goal 52'57'
Machado Goal 56'
Report
Brazil Brazil6–0Venezuela Venezuela
Gomes de Souza Goal 11'
Rocha Goal 14'
da Silva Gomes Goal 16'
Machado Goal 22'
Guimarães Goal 44'49'
Report
United States United States2–1Scotland Scotland
Halloran Goal 34' (o.g.)
Jahn Goal 39'
Report Paterson Goal 14'
Scotland Scotland5–0Venezuela Venezuela
Hickman Goal 1'24'58'
Mitchell Goal 40'
Aitken Goal 51'
Report
United States United States0–6Brazil Brazil
Report da Silva Magalhães Goal 10'
Silva de Oliveira Goal 14'39'
Vieira Goal 16'
Guimarães Goal 27'
da Silva Gomes Goal 59'

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualified for
1 Netherlands Netherlands 3 3 0 0 12 2 +10 9 Team play for the position 1 - 8
2 Argentina Argentina 3 1 1 1 6 7 −1 4
3 Canada Canada 3 1 0 2 4 7 −3 3 Team play for the position 9 - 16
4 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 3 0 1 2 4 10 −6 1
Canada Canada3–1Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Hodgson Goal 1'
Stiles Goal 37'
Charron Goal 48'
Report Birt Goal 32'
Netherlands Netherlands4–1Argentina Argentina
Vos Goal 10'
Visker Goal 16"'45'
Conijn Goal 46'
Report Bassi Goal 26'
Netherlands Netherlands4–0Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Saedt Goal 41'
Vos Goal 44'60'
Kooij Goal 60'
Report
Canada Canada0–2Argentina Argentina
Report M. E. Fernandez Goal 9'
Bassi Goal 41'
Argentina Argentina3–3Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Goal 24' (o.g.)
Lugrin Goal 56'
Morana Goal 59'
Report Levy Goal 11'
R. Walker Goal 25'
J. Walker Goal 45'
Canada Canada1–4Netherlands Netherlands
Charron Goal 1' Report Visker Goal 25'
Kooij Goal 49'
Saedt Goal 60'
Conijn Goal 60'

Knockout stage[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

Position 9-16

Canada Canada2–1Venezuela Venezuela
Stiles Goal 36'44' Report Villegas Goal 20'

Scotland Scotland2–1Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
Mitchell Goal 4'
Robertson Goal 49'
Report J. Walker Goal 11'


Japan Japan2–6Portugal Portugal
Taniguchi Goal 46'
Toda Goal 47'
Report Ramos Goal 3'10'
Goal 28'
Carneiro Goal 8'
da Silva Pinheiro Goal 25'
Vilarinho Goal 44'

Position 1-8

Netherlands Netherlands2–1 (a.e.t.)United States United States
Schuitert Goal 39'
Kooij Goal 78'
Report Van Altena Goal 47'

Brazil Brazil4–0Argentina Argentina
Guimarães Goal 2'54'
Brito da Costa Goal 7'30'
Report

Russia Russia5–0England England
Pestretsov Goal 6'
Albegov Goal 25'
Ramonov Goal 30'
Potekhin Goal 39'
Kuligin Goal 51'
Report

Ukraine Ukraine4–0Republic of Ireland Ireland
Zinoviev Goal 3'
Romanchuk Goal 6'
Antonyuk Goal 22'47'
Report

Semi-finals[edit]

Position 13-16


Venezuela Venezuela2–1Japan Japan
Villegas Goal 2'
Melendez Goal 18'
Report Osawa Goal 30'

Position 9-12

Scotland Scotland6–0Australia Australia
Mitchell Goal 2'
Halloran Goal 4'36'
Paton Goal 22'
Hannin Goal 35'57'
Report

Position 5-8


United States United States0–10England England
Report Brown Goal 7'16'
Rutter Goal 24'
Blackwell Goal 29'38'
Goal 36' (o.g.)
Crossen Goal 43'
Nugent Goal 43'51'
Barker Goal 44'

Position 1-4

Brazil Brazil1–2Ukraine Ukraine
Silva de Oliveira Goal 18' Report Antonyuk Goal 8'
Krasylnykov Goal 46'

Netherlands Netherlands0–6Russia Russia
Report Ramonov Goal 26'
Goal 27' (o.g.)
Pestretsov Goal 40'
Larionov Goal 41'
Potekhin Goal 44'
Borkin Goal 46'

Finals[edit]

Position 15-16

Position 13-14

Position 11-12

Australia Australia1–1 (a.e.t.)Portugal Portugal
Pyne Goal 11' Report da Silva Pinheiro Goal 7'
Penalties
(4–3p)

Position 9-10

Scotland Scotland5–3 (a.e.t.)Canada Canada
Hannin Goal 38'
Hickman Goal 41'
Paton Goal 64'
Paterson Goal 78'
Halloran Goal 80'
Report Stiles Goal 45'56'66'

Position 7-8

Argentina Argentina1–4United States United States
M. E. Fernandez Goal 46' Report Garza Goal 30'59'
Jahn Goal
Ballou Goal 57'

Position 5-6

Ireland Republic of Ireland0–2England England
Report Crossen Goal 27'
Rutter Goal 52'

Position 3-4

Brazil Brazil6–0Netherlands Netherlands
Silva de Oliveira Goal 7'11'39'
Vieira Goal 33'36'
Gomes de Souza Goal 59'
Report

Final

Statistics[edit]

Goalscorers[edit]

12 goals
  • Russia Volodymyr Antonyuk
8 goals
  • England Jack Rutter
7 goals
  • Russia Eduard Ramonov
  • Canada Trevor Stiles
6 goals
  • Brazil Jose Carols Monteiro Guimarães
  • Republic of Ireland Dillon Sheridan
  • Brazil Wanderson Silva de Oliveira
5 goals
  • Russia Aleksandr Kuligin
4 goals
  • England James Blackwell
  • Ukraine Artem Krasylnykov
  • Russia Dimitrii Pestretsov
  • Ukraine Vitalii Romanchuk
  • Brazil Fernandes Celso Alves Vieira
3 goals
  • Russia Alexei Borkin
  • Brazil Jan Francisco Brito da Costa
  • England Jake Brown
  • Scotland Barry Halloran
  • Scotland Martin Hickman
  • Netherlands Peter Kooij
  • Russia Ivan Potekhin
  • Venezuela Jessi Junior Yari Villegas
  • Netherlands Iljas Visker
2 goals
  • Russia Georgiy Albegov
  • England Harry Barker
  • Argentina Matias Agustin Bassi
  • Canada Sam Charron
  • Russia Alexey Chesmin
  • England Matt Crossen
  • Brazil Felipe Rafael da Silva Gomes
  • Portugal Hugo Manuel da Silva Pinheiro
  • Republic of Ireland Luke Evans
  • Argentina Matias Emiliano Fernandez
  • United States David Navarro Garza
  • Brazil Evandro de Oliveira Gomes de Souza
  • Scotland Kyle Hannin
  • United States Kevin Tyler Hensley
  • United States Seth David Jahn
  • Russia Viacheslav Larionov
  • Brazil Jonatas Santos Machado
  • Republic of Ireland Gary Messett
  • Scotland Jamie Mitchell
  • England Ollie Nugent
  • Scotland Jonathan Paterson
  • Scotland Ian Paton
  • Portugal Tiago Ribeiro Baptista Ramos
  • Netherlands Jeroen Saedt
  • Russia Aslanbek Sapiev
  • Netherlands Minne de Vos
  • Northern Ireland Jordan Walker
1 goal
  • Scotland Darren Aitken
  • United States Adam Kyle Ballou
  • Australia David Barber
  • United States Bryce Zachary Boarman
  • Netherlands Lars Conijn
  • Northern Ireland Cormac Birt
  • Brazil Ubirajara da Silva Magalhães
  • Canada Dustin Hodgson
  • Ukraine Edhar Kahramanian
  • Northern Ireland David Levy
  • Argentina Rodrigo Eloy Lugrin
  • Venezuela Richard Alexander Mogollon Melendez
  • Argentina Mariano Andres Morana
  • Russia Lasha Murvanadze
  • Republic of Ireland Eric O'Flaherty
  • Japan Shotaro Osawa
  • Russia Zaurbek Pagaev
  • Australia Christopher Pyne
  • Scotland Mark Robertson
  • England Emyle Rudder
  • Netherlands Jeroen Schuitert
  • Ukraine Artem Sheremet
  • Republic of Ireland Darragh Snell
  • Japan Taisei Taniguchi
  • Portugal Tiago Carneiro
  • Japan Tetsuya Toda
  • Russia Aleksey Tumakov
  • Australia James Turner
  • Netherlands George van Altena
  • Portugal Vítor Emanuel Ribeiro Vilarinho
  • Northern Ireland Ryan Walker
  • Ukraine Yevhen Zinoviev
own goals
  • Scotland Barry Halloran
  • Netherlands ??
  • Northern Ireland ??
  • United States ??

Ranking[edit]

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

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rio 2016 Paralympic Games - Qualification Guide, International Paralympic Committee (IPC), January 2014
  2. ^ Announcement from the IFCPF. IFCPF. June 2015. Archived from the original on 2016-03-27.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  3. ^ CPFWC draw procedure (PDF). IFCPF. May 2015.
  4. ^ a b c d "2015 IFCPF CP Football World Championships". web.archive.org. 2016-10-13. Archived from the original on 2016-04-05. Retrieved 2016-04-05.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)

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