Kairat Football Club in Almaty, Kazakhstan, hosted a successful training weekend for ten players and ten coaches aiming to grow the sport of blind football in the country.
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) has announced that the University of Chichester in Britain will lead research into blind football's classification system.
Rome in Italy and Abidjan in Ivory Coast have been named as hosts of the 2019 International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) European and African Football Championships respectively.
The International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) has invited expressions of interest from members to host the 2022 INAS Football World Championships.
The newly-formed Australian blind football and futsal national teams have competed in their first international tournaments in Asia.
The Indian Blind Football Federation (IBFF) has announced plans to host an international blind football competition in November.
International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Blind Football has invited female players to take part in an international training camp and game due to be held next year in Tokyo and Saitama.
IBSA Blind Football World Grand Prix in Tokyo confirmed next year to help build interest for Paralympic Games
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) has confirmed that a second Blind Football World Grand Prix will take place in Japan after the success of this year’s competition.
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) has announced Colombia will host the 2019 Blind Football Under-23 World Championships.
A workshop and exhibition has been held in Tallinn to introduce blind football to countries in the Baltic region.
New facilities for blind football have been opened by the Romanian Football Federation (FRF) at their national training centre in Bucharest.
Saudi Arabia successfully defended their International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments World Football Championships title as they beat Argentina 2-0 in the final in Sweden.
Russia beat Japan on penalties to secure fifth place at the Intellectual Impairments World Football Championships in Sweden today.
Saudi Arabia continued their pursuit of a successful title defence at the International Federation For Athletes With Intellectual Impairments World Football Championships as they booked their place in the final with victory over France in Sweden.