England

International Competition Results




2018 WAFF World Cup.

San Juan de los Lagos, Mexico.


England 6th place


Group Stage:

England 5 v 0 Uruguay

England 3 v 0 Ireland

England 3 v 0 Mexico


Last 16:

England 2 v 0 Argentina

Quarter Final:

England 1 v 5 Brazil


Play offs:

England 2 v 0 Poland

5/6th Play off:

England 1 v 3 Russia



2018: International Friendly,

Reasheath College, Crewe.


England 4 v 0 Ghana

England 1 v 1 Ghana



2018: Amp Futbol Cup

Warsaw, Poland.


England 1st place


England 4 v 1 Ukraine

England 6 v 3 Italy

Semi Final:

England 1 v 0 Poland

Final:

England 1 v 0 Russia



2018: Milan, Italy

SS10 & TJ4 Memorial matches:


England 4 v 1 Italy

England 2 v 0 Italy



2018: Houston TX, USA

Lonestar Cup:


England 1st place


England 6 v 0 Haiti

England 11 v 1 USA

England 7 v 1 Haiti

England 6 v 0 USA



2018: EAFF Football Weeks,

City West Hotel Cup,

Dalymount Park Dublin.


England 1st Place


England 2 v 0 Poland

England 1 v 0 Ireland



2017: EAFF European Championships

Istanbul, Turkey.



England 2nd Place


Group Stage

England 1 v 0 Russia

England 1 v 0 Ireland

England 8 v 0 Greece


Quarter Final:

England 2 v 0 France

Semi Final:

England 3 v 0 Spain

Final:

England 1 v 2 Turkey



2017: Amp Futbol Cup

Warsaw, Poland


England 1st place


England 2 v 0 France

England 3 v 0 Ireland

Semi Final:

England 4 v 0 Japan

Final:

England 1 v 0 Poland



2017: International Demonstration

UEFA CL Final, Cardiff


England 10 v 3 Ireland

(6-a-side)


2016: Amp Fubol Cup

Warsaw, Poland

 

GBAF 3rd place

 

GBAF 1 v 0 Spain

GBAF 4 v 0 France

Semi Final:

GBAF 2 v 5 Poland

3rd/4th playoff:

GBAF 0 v 0 Spain (aet)

4 v 3 Penalties


2016: International Demonstration

EAFF Junior Camp, Dublin


GBAF 5 v 0 UL Sport (IAFA)


2015: International Friendly

Preston, England


GBAF 2 v 0 France

GBAF (Dev) 2 v 1 France


2015: International Friendly

London, England


GBAF 5 v 0 Ireland


2015: International Friendly

Langreo, Spain


GBAF 1 v 0 Spain

GBAF 4 v 0 Spain


2014: WAFF World Cup

Culiacan, Mexico


GBAF 10th* place

 

GBAF 4 v 1 El Salvador

GBAF 7 v 0 Italy

GBAF 0 v 1 Turkey

GBAF 3 v 0 Ghana

GBAF 3 v 1 Angola

 


2014: Amp Fubol Cup

Warsaw, Poland

 

GBAF 2nd place

 

GBAF 2 v 0 Ukraine

GBAF 10 v 1 Belgium

GBAF 4 v 0 Poland

GBAF 1 v 4 Turkey



2014: GBAF Scantec Friendly


GBAF 2v0 Ireland

GBAF (Development) 1v1 Ireland


 

2013: Amp Fubol Cup

Warsaw, Poland


GBAF 1st place


GBAF 2 v 0 Ukraine

GBAF 8 v 0 Netherlands

GBAF 19 v 0 Germany

GBAF 3 v 0 Poland



2013: Paddy Power Cup

Limerick, Ireland


GBAF 1st place


Final:

GBAF 2 v 1 Poland

Semi final:

GBAF 7 v 0 Germany

Group 2:

GBAF 6 v 0 Ireland

GBAF 6 v 0 Netherlands



2013: GBAF Development Squad

Limerick, Ireland


GBAF 3 v 0 IAFA

GBAF 1 v 1 IAFA



2012: WAFF World Cup

Kaliningrad, Russia


GBAF 5th place


5/6th play off:

GBAF 2 v 0 Ghana

Group B

GBAF 2 v 2 Turkey

GBAF 2 v 4 Uzbekistan

GBAF 7 v 0 Japan

GBAF 1 v 1 Ukraine

GBAF 4 v 0 Liberia


 

2012: Amp Futbol Cup

Warsaw, Poland


GBAF 1st Place


GBAF 4 v 0 Ukraine

GBAF 8 v 0 Ireland

GBAF 3 v 2 Poland

GBAF 11 v 0 Poland 'B'


 

2012: Victory Cup

Moscow, Russia


EAFA 2nd Place


Final

EAFA 0 v 5 Russia

Semi Final

EAFA 2 v 1 Turkey

Group

EAFA 6 v 0 France

EAFA 5 v 2 Iran

EAFA 0 v 5 Russia


 

2012: EAFA 4 Nations

Leigh, England

 

GBAF 14 v 0 Germany

GBAF 3 v 0 Poland

GBAF(v) 8 v 1 Germany

GBAF (v) 7 v 1 Ireland


 

2011: IWAS Games

Sharjah, UAE


GBAF 0 v 2 Russia

GBAF 2 v 5 Russia


 

2010: WAFF World Cup

Viale, Argentina


Great Britain 7th place


Group D

GBAF 2  v 1 Haiti

GBAF 1 v 5 Russia

GBAF 2 v 0 Angola


2nd Group Phase

GBAF 1 v 6 Uzbekistan

GBAF 0 v 4 Russia

GBAF 1 v 5 Brazil


7/8th play off

GBAF 2 v 0 Ukraine



2010: Takeda Cup

Stockport, England


GBAF Cup winners


GBAF 10 v 0 France

GBAF 3 v 1 France



2008: WAFF Euros

Antalya, Turkey


Great Britain 3rd place


GBAF 0 v 2 Russia

GBAF 3 v 2 France

GBAF 1 v 1 Turkey

GBAF 3 v 2 Ukraine



2007: WAFF World Cup

Antalya, Turkey


England 5th place


Eng 2 v 4 Russia

Eng 0 v 2 Turkey

Eng 2 v 1 Liberia

Eng 9 v 0 France

Eng 2 v 3 Brazil (aet)

Eng 3 v 1 Ukraine

Eng 1 v 0 Iran


 

2006 WAFF European Cup

Volgograd, Russia


Great Britain 2nd place


GBAF 3 v 4 Russia

GBAF 4 v 0 Moldova

GBAF 2 v 1 Iran

GBAF 1 v 1 Uzbekistan - aet -

(5 v 4 penalty shoot out)

GBAF 1 v 5 Russia

GBAF 6 v 1 Sierra Leone



2005: WAFF World Cup

Niterio, Brazil


England 3rd place


Eng 3 v 0 Turkey

Eng 5 v 0 Sierra Leone

Eng 1 v 0 Brazil

Eng 0 v 2 Russia

Eng 1 v 0 Ukraine

Eng 1 v 6 Brazil

Eng 1 v 0 Ukraine


 

2003: WAFF World Cup

Tashkent, Uzbekistan


England Team not sent

 


2002: World Cup

Sochi, Russia


Eng 4th place


Eng 1 v 3 Uzbekistan

Eng 0 v 0 Brazil

Eng 4 v 0 Moldova

Eng 0 v 4 Russia

Eng 0 v 5 Russia

Eng 2 v 1 Ukraine

Eng 0 v 1 Uzbekistan



2001: World Champs

Niterio, Brazil


England 3rd place


Eng 0 v 3 Russia

Eng 15 v 0 USA

Eng 0 v 1 Brazil

Eng 2 v 2 Argentina

Eng 0 v 0 Ukraine

Eng 0 v 3 Brazil

Eng 2 v 1 Ukraine


 



EAFA World Champion Years







1990: World Champs


England 1st place


Final

Eng 3 v 2 Brazil



1989: World Champs


England 1st place


Final

Eng 4 v 2 El Slavador


 

1988: World Champs


England 1st place


Final

Eng 4 v 3 El Salvador

EAFA are delighted to announce that after 11 years of the successful GBAF project the time has come to move forward and return to competing as England.

The 2017 International season has seen the team only concede 2 goals in 10 games, win the invitational AmpFutbol Cup in Warsaw and compete in the EAFF European Cup in Istanbul . The EAFA England team finshed  in an amazing 2nd place, only narrowly losing to the might of the fulltime professional Turkish team. All this was only possible thanks to the generosity of our sponsors & volunteers.

EAFA are delighted to announce a partnership with Simply Business that will see the UK's largest Business Insurance Broker sponsor the England Amputee Senior team for the 17/18 season.

EAFA Head Coach, Owen Coyle Jnr, said "EAFA are reliant on donations so we're really grateful to Simply Business for helping us out like this - in what is a big year for us with the Amputee Euro's in October"

Fiona McSwein of Simply Business said "It is a privilege for Simply Business to partner with The EAFA. We're looking forward to a fantastic partnership in what will hopefully be a Euro-winning year for the national team."

Fiona McSwein, Chief Customer Officer of Simply Business, said:


“It is a privilege for Simply Business to continue our partnership with The EAFA. The charity are on a mission to transform the participation of amputee football across the country, whilst also producing the world’s best national team. That’s a huge inspiration for us, and together we will continue to flip perceptions of amputee sport. Seeing the national team come so close to winning the Euros was agonising but we’re confident they can go all the way in Mexico!”

Simply Business to continue EAFA Senior Squad support to the WAFF World Cup 2018

EAFA England Amputee Senior Team got 2018 off to a flyer at the Citywest Hotel International Weekend. The tournament is part of #AmputeeFootball Weeks 2018, a project supported by UEFA. The event took place at the historic Dalymount Park in Dublin. EAFA beat hosts Ireland & European 3rd ranked team Poland to take the honours and start the build up to the World Cup later in the year. Many thanks to our hosts & our sponsors.

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