World Blind Football Championships

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The World Blind Football Championships, formerly the Football-5-a-Side World Championships, were played for the first time in 1998.

IBSA Blind Football World Championships[edit]

Men's B1[edit]

Year Venue Winners Score Runners-up Third place Score Fourth place Number of teams
1998
Details
Brazil
Paulínia
 Brazil 1–0  Argentina  Spain 2–0  Colombia 6
2000
Details
Spain
Jerez
 Brazil 3–0  Argentina  Spain 4–0  Greece 8
2002
Details
Brazil
Rio de Janeiro
 Argentina 4–2  Spain  Brazil 2–0  Colombia 9
2006
Details
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Argentina 1–0  Brazil  Paraguay 2–1  Spain 8
2010
Details
England
Hereford
 Brazil 2–0  Spain  China 1–0  England 10
2014
Details
Japan
Tokyo
 Brazil 1–0  Argentina  Spain 0–0
(2-0 in penalties)
 China 12
2018
Details[1]
Spain
Madrid
 Brazil 2–0  Argentina  China 2–1  Russia 16

Source: IBSA Football - Results

Men's B2/B3 (Partially Sighted)[edit]

Year Venue Winners Score Runners-up Third place Score Fourth place Number of teams
1998
Details
Brazil
Paulínia
 Belarus 3–2  Spain  Italy 9–2  Argentina 6
2002
Details
Italy
Varese
 Belarus 14–2  Russia  Spain 3–2  Brazil 12
2013
Details
Japan
Miyagi
 Russia 1–0 (AET)  Ukraine  England 14–0  Japan 4
2017
Details
Italy
Cagliari
 Ukraine 3–0  England  Russia 2–2
(2-1 in penalties)
 Spain 8
2021
Details

Source: IBSA Football - Results

IBSA Women's Blind Football Tournament[edit]

Year Venue Winners Score Runners-up Third place Score Fourth place Number of teams
2017
Details
Austria
Vienna
 Japan 1–0 IBSA select[a]  England/ Greece select 0-0
(1-0 in penalties)
 Russia/ Canada select 4

Source: IBSA Football - Results

  1. ^ Composed of players from Belgium, France, Germany and Austria.

Blind Football at the IBSA World Games[edit]

Men's B1[edit]

Year Venue Winners Score Runners-up Third place Score Fourth place Number of teams
2007
Details
Brazil
São Paulo
 Brazil 2–0  Argentina  Spain 0–0(1-0 in Penalty)  Japan 4
2011
Details
Turkey
Antalya
 Iran 3–0  France  China 3–0  England 7
2015
Details
South Korea
Seoul
 Argentina 2–1  United Kingdom  Spain 1–0  China 9
2019
Details

Men's B2/B3 (Partially Sighted)[edit]

Year Venue Winners Score Runners-up Third place Score Fourth place Number of teams
2007
Details
Brazil
São Paulo
 Belarus 1–1(3-2 in Penalty)  Ukraine  Spain 4–0  Brazil 4
2011
Details
Turkey
Antalya
 Belarus 5–1  Ukraine  Spain 7–4  England 9
2015
Details
South Korea
Seoul
 Ukraine 3–1  Spain  Italy 2–1  Japan 5
2019
Details

Women's B1[edit]

  • not yet

Women's B2/B3[edit]

  • not yet

See also[edit]

References[edit]

[2]

  1. ^ http://www.madrid.blindfootballworldcup.com/championship-organization-and-information/
  2. ^ "Football - Results - Sports". Ibsasport.org. Retrieved 10 June 2018.

External links[edit]