The first ever European Amputee Football Championship The tournament was held in Instabul, at the National Training Centre for the Turkish Football Federation in Riva. From 1 till 10 October 2017 12 European teams competed for the historic title of European Champion. The group stage was completed on 6 October and the seeded draw gave a clearer route to the final for the final eight teams who had proceed into the quarter finals. There were also play-off fixtures for the ninth to twelfth places.
Turkey were crowned of EAFF European Champions, defeating England 2-1 in the final. Poland became bronze medalist, after winning 3-1 with Spain.
The event final was watched live by over 41,000 spectators at the Vodafone Park in Beşiktaş .