International Blind Games: Blind Football Italy 3 Thailand 2

I did not know what to expect from this as I had never seen blind people play football before, It took a while to understand how it works, however, the ball is fitted with small bells inside the ball, and the sound resembles a tambourine symbals however a little louder.

The international Blind Games have all the games on video via their Youtube channel link below and they do live stream everything to do with Blind football, both men and women.

It was different to photograph compared to normal football, the field is a lot smaller, as there is no throw-in, you are allowed to hit the side barrier to try and get possession of the ball. The sides are 4 players and 1 goalkeeper and 2 referes.

Enjoy the photos more will come

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