Football 7-a-side at the 2012 Summer Paralympics

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Football 7-a-side
at the XIV Paralympic Games
Football 7-a-side, London 2012.png
Venue Olympic Hockey Centre
Dates 1 – 9 September 2012
Competitors 96 (8 teams)
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Russia  Russia
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ukraine  Ukraine
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Iran  Iran
2008
2016

Football 7-a-side at the 2012 Summer Paralympics[1] was held in London at the Olympic Hockey Centre, from 1 September to 9 September. Football 7-a-side is played by athletes with cerebral palsy, a condition characterized by impairment of muscular coordination. 96 footballers are expected to compete for one set of medals.[2]

For these games, the men competed in an 8-team tournament.

Qualifying

Means of qualification Date Venue Berths[3] Qualified
Host nation   1  Great Britain (GBR)
2010 CPISRA Football 7-a-side European Championships 15–28 August 2010 Glasgow,  United Kingdom 1  Ukraine (UKR)
2010 Asian Para Games 12–19 December 2010 Guangzhou,  China 1  Iran (IRI)
2010 CPISRA Football 7-a-side Americas Championships 17–27 October 2010 Buenos Aires,  Argentina 1  Brazil (BRA)
2011 CPISRA Football 7-a-side World Championships 17 June – 1 July 2011 Drenthe,  Netherlands[4] 4  Russia (RUS)
 Netherlands (NED)
 Argentina (ARG)
 United States (USA)
Total 8

Group stage

Group A

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Russia (RUS) 3 3 0 0 19 1 +18 9 Qualified for the medal round
2  Iran (IRI) 3 2 0 1 13 5 +8 6
3  Netherlands (NED) 3 1 0 2 5 13 −8 3 Qualified for the classification round
4  Argentina (ARG) 3 0 0 3 2 20 −18 0
Source:
Russia  8–0  Argentina
Kuligin Goal 9'49'
Murvanadze Goal 21'30'
Ramonov Goal 35'
Kuvaev Goal 38'58'
Larionov Goal 54'
Report
Attendance: 4,074
Referee: Stephen Conroy (GBR)
Netherlands  1–4  Iran
Straatman Goal 52' Report Mehri Goal 4'
Akbari Goal 27'
Karimizadeh Goal 30'
Ansari Goal 60+6'
Attendance: 4,405
Referee: Ross Haswell (GBR)
Argentina  1–8  Iran
Fernández Romano Goal 47' Report Gholamhosseinpour Goal 2'60+3'
Mehri Goal 6'58'
Atashafrouz Goal 13'14'
Bakhshi Goal 18'
Heidari Goal 29'
Attendance: 10,561
Referee: Garry Polkey (GBR)
Russia  8–0  Netherlands
Larionov Goal 23'
Ramonov Goal 30'50'54'
Van Altena Goal 34' (o.g.)
Murvanadze Goal 36'39'
Potekhin Goal 60+3'
Report
Attendance: 10,561
Referee: Kevin Wright (GBR)
Iran  1–3  Russia
Mehri Goal 36' (pen.) Report Kuligin Goal 18'
Larionov Goal 37'
Ramonov Goal 46'
Attendance: 4,276
Referee: Keith Stroud (GBR)
Argentina  1–4  Netherlands
Morana Goal 6' Report Lokhoff Goal 11'54'
Visker Goal 19'45'
Attendance: 4,405
Referee: Scott Henry (GBR)

Group B

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Ukraine (UKR) 3 2 1 0 17 2 +15 7 Qualified for the medal round
2  Brazil (BRA) 3 2 1 0 12 1 +11 7
3  Great Britain (GBR) 3 1 0 2 5 10 −5 3 Qualified for the classification round
4  United States (USA) 3 0 0 3 0 21 −21 0
Source:
Ukraine  9–0  United States
Shkvarlo Goal 1'7'41'
Trushev Goal 10'
Shevchyk Goal 16'30'39'48'
Dutko Goal 32'
Report
Attendance: 11,780
Referee: Hayley Ives (GBR)
Great Britain  0–3  Brazil
Report Almeida Goal 10'
Silva Goal 13'
Dos Santos Goal 24'
Attendance: 13,247
Referee: Barry Huizinga (NED)
United States  0–8  Brazil
Report Almeida Goal 5'19'
Guimarães Goal 20'39'
da Silva Goal 33'55'
Tostes Goal 49'57'
Attendance: 4,529
Referee: David Davies (GBR)
Ukraine  7–1  Great Britain
Antoniuk Goal 1'47'
Shevchyk Goal 9'10'
Devlysh Goal 15'54'
Ponomaryov Goal 58'
Report Diallo Goal 41'
Attendance: 9,329
Referee: Álvaro Azeredo (BRA)
Brazil  1–1  Ukraine
Dos Santos Ribeiro Goal 9' Report Dotsenko Goal 35'
Attendance: 9,994
Referee: Tom Nield (GBR)
United States  0–4  Great Britain
Report Richmond Goal 20'
Fletcher Goal 44'
Diallo Goal 53'
Paterson Goal 60+2'
Attendance: 12,274
Referee: Álvaro Azeredo Quelhas (BRA)

Knockout stage

Classification round

5th–8th place semi-finals

Netherlands  5–0  United States
Straatman Goal 16'33'
Visker Goal 35'
Swinkels Goal 39' (pen.)
Kooij Goal 59'
Report
Attendance: 3,848
Referee: Alex Kirkley (GBR)
Great Britain  3–4 (a.e.t.)  Argentina
Diallo Goal 14'
Dimbylow Goal 27'
Patrick-Heselton Goal 78'
Report Lugrin Goal 29'
Vivot Goal 40'69'73'
Attendance: 9,942
Referee: Barry Huizinga (NED)

7th–8th place match

United States  1–3 (a.e.t.)  Great Britain
Renteria Goal 20' Report Barker Goal 29'
Diallo Goal 70'
Fletcher Goal 74'
Attendance: 10,561
Referee: Barry Huizinga (NED)

5th–6th place match

Netherlands  3–0  Argentina
Visker Goal 9'12'18' Report
Attendance: 7,490
Referee: Álvaro Azeredo Quelhas (BRA)

Medal round

Semi-finals

Russia  3–1  Brazil
Larionov Goal 23'
Potekhin Goal 34'
Kuligin Goal 48'
Report Silva de Oliveira Goal 26'
Attendance: 7,383
Referee: Ross Haswell (GBR)
Ukraine  2–1  Iran
Dotsenko Goal 37'
Shkvarlo Goal 57'
Report Bakhshi Goal 51'
Attendance: 2,900
Referee: Stephen Conroy (GBR)

Bronze medal match

Brazil  0–5  Iran
Report Atashafrouz Goal 17'23'
Mehri Goal 20'60+1'
Bakhshi Goal 57'
Attendance: 11,197
Referee: Kevin Wright (GBR)

Gold medal match

Russia  1–0  Ukraine
Ramonov Goal 44' Report
Attendance: 13,360
Referee: Keith Stroud (GBR)

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Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's team  Russia
Aleksandr Lekov
Vladislav Raretckii
Aslanbek Sapiev
Alexey Tumakov
Lasha Murvanadze
Aleksei Chesmin
Ivan Potekhin (captain)
Eduard Ramonov
Viacheslav Larionov
Zaurbek Pagaev
Andrei Kuvaev
Aleksandr Kuligin
 Ukraine
Kostyantyn Symashko
Igor Kosenko
Vitaliy Trushev
Yevhen Zinoviev
Taras Dutko
Anatolii Shevchyk
Oleksiy Hetun
Volodymyr Antonyuk (captain)
Ivan Shkvarlo
Ivan Dotsenko
Denys Ponomaryov
Oleksandr Devlysh
 Iran
Mehran Nikoee Majd
Moslem Khazaeipirsarabi
Ehsan Gholamhosseinpour Bousheh
Morteza Heidari
Bahman Ansari
Hashem Rastegarimobin
Sadegh Hassani Baghi
Farzad Mehri
Jasem Bakhshi
Moslem Akbari (captain)
Rasoul Atashafrouz
Abdolreza Karimizadeh

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.london2012.com/football-7-a-side
  2. ^ "Football 7-a-side", The official site of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, accessed 20 May 2011.
  3. ^ Football 7-a-Side Qualification Criteria - FT[permanent dead link], International Paralympic Committee (IPC), February 2011
  4. ^ Draw for the CPISRA football 7-a-side world championships 2011 Archived 21 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine., Cerebral Palsy International Sports & Recreation Association (CPISRA)
  5. ^ Paralympic Football 7-a-side. london2012.com

External links

  • "Football 7-a-side", The official site of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games
  • Cerebral Palsy International Sports & Recreation Association (CPISRA)
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