EAFF Champions League 2021

EAFF Amputee Football Champions League will play in Turkey!
Already on May 21-23, the best amputee football clubs from Europe will meet in Gaziantep to compete for the EAFF Champions League trophy.

After the fantastic first edition of the tournament, which was organized in Georgia, together with the GFF (Georgian FA) we hope for great emotions and amputee football at the highest level in May in Turkey.

Following clubs will compete in Amputee Football Champions League 2021:

  1. Şahinbey Belediye, TURKEY 
  2. Vicenza Calcio, ITALY
  3. Legia Warszawa, POLAND
  4. AFC Tbilisi, GEORGIA
  5. Karabakh F.K., AZERBAIJAN

FRIDAY MAY 21
10:00* OPENING CEREMONY
10:30 ŞAHINBEY B. S. V LEGIA WARSAW
12:00 VICENZA CALCIO V AFC TBILISI
14:30 KARABAKH F.K. V LEGIA WARSAW
17:00 ŞAHINBEY B. S. V VICENZA CALCIO
19:00 AFC TBILISI V KARABAKH F.K.

SATURDAY MAY 22
10:00 ŞAHINBEY B. S. V KARABAKH F.K.
12:00 LEGIA WARSAW V AFC TBILISI
14:30 VICENZA CALCIO V KARABAKH F.K.
17:00 ŞAHINBEY B. S. V AFC TBILISI
19:00 LEGIA WARSAW V VICENZA CALCIO

SUNDAY MAY 23
15:00 3RD PLACE GAME
17:00 FINAL
18:30 CLOSING CEREMONY

* turkish time
ALL GAMES WILL BE BROADCAST LIVE -> FACEBOOK/EAFF

EAFF Champions League 2019

The first in the history EAFF Amputee Football Champions League was held in Georgia in May 2019 and featured 6 domestic amputee football league champions from England, Ireland, Georgia, Poland, Russia and Turkey. Big support of Georgian Football Federation contributed greatly to delivering a high-profile sport event.

Tournament results:

  1. Ortotek Gaziler, Turkey
  2. Dinamo Altai, Russia
  3. Legia Amp Futbol, Poland
  4. Cork City FC, Ireland
  5. Everton FC Amputee, England
  6. AFC Tibilisi, Georgia

Raising club competiton to the international level was a trigger for establishing new amputee football clubs in EAFF member countries. Also, it open paths for wider cooperation with renowed football clubs across Europe.

“I would like to emphasis that amputee footballers need and deserve our support. We are delighted to have had the opportunity to host an important event as the inaugural Amputee Champions League. I am also happy to see UEFA backing this project.”

Lewian Kobiaszwili, Georgian Football Federation President