BBC Sport - Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships: England hoping home advantage helps
England hoping home advantage helps
- From the section Disability Sport
The Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships kick-off at St George's Park on Tuesday with England, Scotland and Northern Ireland among 15 teams in action with the final on Sunday 28 June.
With 2016 Paralympic qualification slots up for grabs, the pressure is on England as their performance in the event will determine whether Team GB can earn a slot in Rio.
Kate Grey caught up with the home side before their first game against Japan.
You can find the fixtures and the latest results from the tournament here.