Players use powerchairs equipped with footguards to pass, shoot and carry the ball with the objective of scoring the most goals. The sport is played in a gymnasium. Each team is allowed four players on the court at one time including the goalkeeper.
Powerchair Soccer is played only by those with a diagnosed, severe physical impairment that leads to a verifiable, permanent activity limitation. As a consequence, the athlete needs the use of powered mobility in order to play a sport. For impairments that may fluctuate, for example, multiple sclerosis, classification may be required at every competition.
To minimize the impact that impairment has on the outcome of athletic competition, all participating athletes are placed into sport classes according to how much their impairment affects their athletic performance.
| REGINA |
3928 Gordon Road
Regina, SK S4S 6Y3
(306) 584-0101 or 1-877-582-4483
Fax: (306) 584-0008
| SASKATOON |
311 - 38th Street East
Saskatoon, SK S7K 0T1
Phone: (306) 652-9644 or 1-888-282-0186
Fax: (306) 652-2957