Between May 14th and June 12th 2016 the European Amputee Football Federation are promoting the sport of Amputee Football across Europe through their Amputee Football Weeks initiative. 10 countries across the continent will play host to events, tournaments, demonstrations and junior training camps, to showcase the sport. The IAFA International squad travel to Poland to compete in the second annual Podhale Amp Futbol Cup. Our Irish Amps will look to improve on last years second place finish when they take on hosts Poland, old rivals Ukraine and tournament debutants Germany. UL Sport Amputee Football Club complete their season on June 11th at the EAFA League Cup in Birmingham. The Limerick side will look to cap off a fine debut season that saw them finish second in the EAFA League to Peterborough on goal difference. The IAFA Junior Academy will host a Junior Training Camp at the University of Limerick on the same weekend. Junior Amputees from across the country will come together for a fun filled weekend of coaching and games. The Academy is growing from strength to strength. Following the incredibly successful European Junior Training Camp held in Dublin in March the IAFA Juniors demonstrated their skills and abilities at the recent FAI Junior Cup Final at the Aviva Stadium. Stay tuned for updates on what promises to be an incredibly exciting few weeks for European and Irish Amputee Football.
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