Football 7-a-side at the 2004 Summer Paralympics

7-a-side Football at the 2004 Summer Paralympics took place at the Olympic Hockey Centre in Athens.[1] The sport was open to contestants with cerebral palsy. Matches were 30 minutes each way.

Football 7-a-side - Men
at the XII Paralympic Games
Football 7-a-side - Paralympic pictogram.svg
Paralympic Football 7-a-side
VenueOlympic Hockey Centre (Athens)
Dates19–27 September 2004
Competitors8
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Yevhen Zhuchynin
Ihor Kosenko
Volodymyr Antonyuk
Volodymyr Kabanov
Serhiy Vakulenko
Andriy Roztoka
Andriy Tsukanov
Anatoliy Shevchyk
Denys Ponomaryov
Taras Dutko
Sergiy Babiy
Vitaliy Trushev
 Ukraine
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Flávio Pereira
Luciano Rocha
Marcos Silva
Joseph Guimarães
Moises Silva
Fabiano Bruzzi
Adriano Costa
Renato Lima
Peterson Rosa
Leandro Marinho
Jean Rodrigues
Marcos Ferreira
 Brazil
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Marat Fatiakhdinov
Alexander Frolov
Lasha Murvanidze
Pavel Borisov
Andrey Kuvaev
Evgeny Chubko
Ivan Potekhin
Alexei Tchesmine
Aleksandr Glushonok
Anton Kalachev
Andrey Lozhechnikov
Oleg Smirnov
 Russia
2000
2008

The tournament was won by the team representing  Ukraine.[2]

ResultsEdit

PreliminariesEdit

Qualified for final round
Rank Competitor MP W D L Goals Points   UKR ARG IRI IRL
1   Ukraine 3 2 1 0 14:4 7 x 2:2 6:2 6:0
2   Argentina 3 1 2 0 9:6 5 2:2 x 2:2 5:2
3   Iran 3 1 1 1 11:10 4 2:6 2:2 x 7:2
4   Ireland 3 0 0 3 4:18 0 0:6 2:5 2:7 x

Group BEdit

Rank Competitor MP W D L Goals Points   BRA RUS NED USA
1   Brazil 3 3 0 0 12:2 9 x 2:1 6:1 4:0
2   Russia 3 2 0 1 11:3 6 1:2 x 7:1 3:0
3   Netherlands 3 1 0 2 8:14 3 1:6 1:7 x 6:1
4   United States 3 0 0 3 1:13 0 0:4 0:3 1:6 x

Competition bracketEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
 
 
 
  Ukraine 4
 
 
 
  Russia 1
 
  Ukraine 4
 
 
 
  Brazil 1
 
  Brazil 4
 
 
  Argentina 1
 
Third place
 
 
 
 
 
  Russia 5
 
 
  Argentina 0

Classification 5-8Edit

Classification 5/6Edit

Iran   3 – 0   Netherlands

Classification 7/8Edit

Ireland   4 – 0   United States

Team ListsEdit

  Ukraine
Yevhen Zhuchynin
Ihor Kosenko
Volodymyr Antonyuk
Volodymyr Kabanov
Serhiy Vakulenko
Andriy Roztoka
Andriy Tsukanov
Anatoliy Shevchyk
Denys Ponomaryov
Taras Dutko
Sergiy Babiy
Vitaliy Trushev
  Argentina
Claudio Bastias
Claudio Conte
Mario Sosa
Javier Sosa
Matias Nunez
Ezequiel Jaime
Diego Canals
Gustavo Nahuelquin
Emiliano Lopez
Claudio Morinigo
Damian Pereyra
Carlos Cardinal
  Iran
Hadi Safari
Mohammadreza Khedri
Abdolreza Kerimizadeh
Morteza Heidari Gouradel
Seyed Nasser Hosseini Far
Houshang Khosravani
Javad Mansour Falah
Naghi Kamani
G. Najafitovahkhoshgeh
Ardeshir Mahini
M. Mshhady Hashemi
  Ireland
Darren Kavanagh
Alan O'Hara
Brendan O'Grady
Kieran Devlin
Andrew Clint
Finbarr O'Riordan
Gary Messett
James Murrihy
Aidan Brennan
Joseph Markey
Paul Dollard
Peter O'Neill
  Brazil
Flávio Pereira
Luciano Rocha
Marcos Silva
Joseph Guimarães
Moisés Silva
Fabiano Bruzzi
Adriano Costa
Renato Lima
Peterson Rosa
Leandro Marinho
Jean Rodrigues
Marcos Ferreira
  Russia
Marat Fatiakhdinov
Alexander Frolov
Lasha Murvanidze
Pavel Borisov
Andrey Kuvaev
Evgeny Chubko
Ivan Potekhin
Alexei Tchesmine
Aleksandr Glushonok
Anton Kalachev
Andrey Lozhechnikov
Oleg Smirnov
  Netherlands
Ruben de Haas
David Tetelepta
Stephan Lokhoff
Martijn van de Ven
Bart Adelaars
Nico Berlee
Patrick Beekmans
Rudi van Breemen
Jeroen Voogd
Richard van den Born
Thieu van Son
Milo de Wit
  United States
Michael Peters
Joshua McKinney
Chris Wolf
Jon McCullough
Eli Wolff
Jason Slemons
Tom Latsch
Derek Arneaud
Josh Blue
David Woosnam
John Theobald
Keith Johnson

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Schedules and Results - Football 7-a-side". Official Website of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Archived from the original on 9 December 2004. Retrieved 20 October 2012.
  2. ^ "Football 7-a-side". International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 20 October 2012.