The 2023 National Para Football Championships kick-off today in Perth, see the schedule for today's games below and how to tune in.
Running from 3 - 8 October 2023 at the world-class WA State Football Centre, five teams will be in contention to be crowned national champions in the 19th edition of the competition.
The tournament will hold additional significance this year as it will be the final opportunity to impress the CommBank ParaMatildas and CommBank Pararoos head coaches prior to their selection of the Australian squads for the Men’s and Women’s 2023 IFCPF Para Asian Cup.
Football Australia would like to acknowledge the ongoing support of Football West and the Football Futures Foundation.
The 2023 National Para Football Championships is free for the public to attend.
Day One - Wednesday 4th October:
Opening Ceremony - 9:00 am AWST/12:00 pm AEDT: Watch Here
Game #1 Western Australia v Queensland - 9:30am AWST/12:30pm AEDT: Watch Here
Game #2 New South Wales v FA Select - 11:15am AWST/2:15pm AEDT: Watch Here
Game #3 Victoria v Queensland - 1:30pm AWST/4:30pm AEDT: Watch Here
Game #4 Western Australia v New South Wales - 3:15pm AWST/6:15pm AEDT: Watch Here
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