From the Capital Football website: Powerchair Football is a team sport designed and developed specifically for electric wheelchair users. These participants include persons with quadriplegia, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, head trauma, stroke, spinal cord injury and other disabilities. Powerchair Football combines the skill of the wheelchair user with the speed and power of the chair itself, to participate in a challenging game that is similar in many respects to mainstream football. The game is usually played in an indoor centre. Two teams of four power chair users attack, defend, and spin-kick in an attempt to score goals. From the Capital Football Powerchair Football flyer: Powerchair Football is for all ages, disabilities and both genders. This helps enables disabled people to take part in regular activity and be provided with the opportunity to compete. It helps build key life skills such as teamwork and communication. Besides providing a sporting opportunity. Powerchair football creates a great social environment for both the players and their families where together you will experience both the highs and lows of participating in sport. This will create great friendships and bonds which will last a lifetime. Powerchair Football also gives the players the chance to represent both their state and country.