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ND Prashant
04
Oct
2023

Ghana wins Accra 2023 African Amputee Football Tournament

Egypt defeated Angola 4-2 for third place Ghana edged out Morocco 2-1 in an absorbing contest to claim top honours in the Amputee Football Tournament, held between 3 to 12 September 2023, in Accra. In the thrilling final held at the McDan La Town Park Stadium, Ilyass Sbiyka opened the scoring for Morocco in the...
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22
Aug
2023

EAFF holds camp to boost junior players

70 juniors from 10 countries took part in the event The European Amputee Football Federation (EAFF) successfully organised a training camp for junior players in Poland from August 17 to 21, 2023. The camp, held in Warsaw’s ‘Legia football facility,’ was supported by UEFA and 70 juniors from 10 countries (Nine European and Costa Rica)...
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(L-R) Mrs Sarah Ahmed Elmaayrgi, Dr Hossam Elden Mustafa, President of the Egyptian Paralympic Committee; Georg Schlachtenberger, WAFF Secretary General; Mustafa Usman Shalanyuy, Vice President of the Confederation of African Amputee Football (CAAF), and Mohamed Adel Hosni, President of the local organising committee at the press conference.
14
Aug
2023

Cairo to host African Amputee Football Nations Cup 2024

The showpiece event will be the qualifier for the WAFF World Cup 2026 Cairo is all set to host the African Amputee Football Nations Cup 2024 from 18-26 April 2024, this was announced at a press conference on 12 August. The hosting contract was signed by Dr Hossam Elden Mustafa, President of the Egyptian Paralympic...
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06
May
2023

WAFF online Congress 2023 welcomes five new members

Ghana, Hungary, Senegal, Somalia, and Zimbabwe join the fold The World Amputee Football Federation (WAFF) has welcomed five new members – Ghana, Hungary, Senegal, Somalia, and Zimbabwe – following the WAFF Congress held on 29 April via ZOOM conference. The addition of new members marks a significant milestone for the rapidly growing sport of amputee...
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