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Welcome to Football 7-a-side

Paralympic soccer is played on a 75 x 55m field with a 5 x 2m goal. The sport follows the standard Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) rules for seven-a-side soccer with the following exceptions: there is no off-side rule, an under-arm throw-in is permitted if a player is physically unable to execute a throw-in according to FIFA rules, opposing players are required to be seven meters from the ball on restarts, and the game is played during two 30-minute halves.

CPISRA 10th Edition Football Rules

 

Classification

Related Links:

International Paralympic Committee

 

Rules