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World Blind Football Championships

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

Men's B1

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
2022
Details

Source: IBSA Football - Results

Men's B2/B3 (Partially Sighted)

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
2004
Details
England
Manchester
 Belarus
2008
Details
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Ukraine
2013
Details
Japan
Sendai
 Russia 1–0 (AET)  Ukraine  England 14–0  Japan 4
2015
Details
South Korea
Seoul
 Ukraine 3–1  Spain
2017
Details
Italy
Cagliari
 Ukraine 3–0  England  Russia 2–2
(2-1 in penalties)
 Spain 8
2019
Details
Turkey
Antalya
 Ukraine 6–2  England  Russia 2–2
(3-2 in penalties)
 Turkey 7
2021
Details

Source: IBSA Football - Results

Women's Blind Football World Championships B1/B2/B3 (together)

Year Venue Winners Score Runners-up Third place Score Fourth place Number of teams
2020
Details
Niger
Enugu

Source: IBSA Football - Results

Blind Football at the IBSA World Games

Men's B1

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
Not Held

Men's B2/B3 (Partially Sighted)

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
Not held

Women's B1

  • not yet

Women's B2/B3

  • not yet

See also

References

[2]

  1. ^ [www.madrid.blindfootballworldcup.com]
  2. ^ "Football - Results - Sports". Ibsasport.org. Retrieved 10 June 2018.

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