Canada has played a vital role in the development of Powerchair Football, with roots being traced as far back as 1979. Although Powerchair Football Canada had only been established in 2008 at the Canadian PowerSoccer Summit in Vancouver, teams and leagues have emerged and been around in BC since the early 1980’s.

2005 saw representatives from Canada meet with 5 other countries to help develop and form what is now FIPFA.

In 2007, Canada held it’s first ever National Game in Vancouver as BC topped Quebec by a score of 2-0. Since then, Powerchair Football Canada has worked hard to promote the sport across the entire country, with Alberta becoming involved in 2009.


Swan City FC’s
Power Soccer News

This April, two local SCFC Power Soccer players Reeghan Funk and Cecil Pizzey were selected by 2 Provincial teams to participate at Le Défi Sportif international tournament in Montreal Canada. This was an amazing opportunity for the pair making some of their personal sports dreams come true. The tournament proved to have very high level of competition, was a great learning experience for the SCFC pair and was a lot of soccer fun. Reeghan was very proud to bring home a bronze medal for her team. Cecil’s team also competed extremely well coming in 4th place overall.

SWAN CITY FC now offers POWER SOCCER as part of our programming.  This exciting version of the game is an opportunity for you to experience the joy, camaraderie, teamwork, and competition of new a team sport.  We are so very proud to have adopted this program from Grande Prairie Wolverines and hope we can continue the build on its rich history.

Regardless of disabilities, experience, or age, this adapted form of the game is a fun challenge for those with a competitive spirit.  Whether you are looking for a social activity, to make new friends, an understanding of disabled sport, or you are honing your skills to strive to don the colours of Alberta or Canada, SWAN CITY FC can be your first step into Power Soccer.

JOIN US!   Be part of building a dream that includes a future SWAN CITY FC POWER SOCCER TEAM.

Have a little free time?!  Volunteer and share whatever you can with us – no contribution is too small.

Power Soccer volunteers must present a clean Criminal Record Check.
CLICK HERE for a copy of a letter to take with you to the RCMP station to request a Criminal Record Check (CRC).