Parapan American Games

Football 7-a-side

Football 7-a-side

Football 7-a-side

Football 7-a-side is played by Para athletes with cerebral palsy and other neurological disorders, including stroke and traumatic brain injury. The game is played on a reduced field of play and is made up of seven players with different degrees of impairment including the goalkeeper. There are no offside rules, throw-ins with one hand are allowed, and the match is divided in two halves of 30 minutes.

 

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Football 7-a-side made its debut at the Cerebral Palsy-International Sports and Recreation Association Games in Edinburgh (Scotland) in 1978. The sport became part of the Paralympic Games program in 1984.
 

History

Football 7-a-side made its debut at the Cerebral Palsy-International Sports and Recreation Association Games in Edinburgh (Scotland) in 1978. The sport became part of the Paralympic Games program in 1984.

Terminology

Foul: Any illegal interference with an opponent, including shoving, tripping, kicking and pushing.
Free kick: Awarded after an offence has occurred and taken from the spot where the offence occurred.
Penalty card: Used by referees to indicate a player has committed an offence. A yellow card serves as a warning to the player when a serious offence has been committed; a second offence to the same player will result in a red card and the player is expelled from the game.

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