PSV Amputation team wins top tournament

The PSV Amputation team has delivered a top performance. The team won the International Amputee Tournament in Germany in early September 2019. 

The group stage started with a win at Brighton (3-0), after which the next two matches against Petersborough (1-1) and Hoffenheim (1-2) were not converted into a win. But thanks to an 8-1 victory over FC Braunschweig, the PSV Amputation team qualified for the semi-finals after all. In the semi-final, Petersborough (5-0) was defeated with clear figures. 

In the final, Hoffenheim was waiting, the team the PSV Amputation team had lost to in the group stage. But this time, PSV won. The final was decided after penalty kicks (3-1) in favour of the Eindhoven players.

A top performance of the PSV Amputation team, which is supervised by trainer/coach Harm Oppers. Harm made the video below available to Only Friends Eindhoven:

More about the PSV Amputation Team
Every week, the team trains for 2.5 hours at the PSV Foundation Academy. The boys come all the way from Groningen, Sittard, Zaandam and Rotterdam at their own expense to play the game. The efforts were rewarded last weekend with the tournament victory. PSV was the first club in the Netherlands to start playing amputee football in January. This aroused the interest of various clubs from all over Europe. For instance, after PSV, Fortuna Dusseldorf, FC Antwerp and Legia Warsaw also started an amputation team. Other big international clubs are now considering to start playing amputation football as well.

Only Friends Eindhoven bears the men of PSV Amputation Football a warm heart and hopes to do more with and for these champions in the future!