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The Spanish-Thai Chamber of Commerce, Thai-Italian Chamber of Commerce, and the Netherlands-Thai Chamber of Commerce with the patronage of the Sports Association for the Blind in Thailand announce Blind Football Fundraising Event as one of the main Charity of the Year.

This charity day football event is scheduled on Saturday 5 March 2022 at Aimphan Sport, Nonthaburi (website: to help raise funds for the Thai Blind Football Team and give proper visibility to Thai blind athletes.

The event invites members of the three chambers, families, children, and friends to enjoy a fun-filled day including football games, a food market, a lottery, and the big match that will be played by the Thai Blind Football Team. With help from supporters, the Spanish Thai Chamber of Commerce, the Thai-Italian Chamber of Commerce, and the Netherlands-Thai Chamber of Commerce hope to raise as much money as possible through lottery ticket sales and donors.

Now, we do open to the sponsorship opportunity for this charity event. If you are interested, please contact Hillary at The sponsorship document can be found at the bottom of this page.


Senior Football Mini Tournament - Kick off at 15:00 (4 teams: Italy, Spain, Netherlands, and Thailand)

Junior Football Game - Kick-off at 16:00

Blind Football Game - Kick-off at 17:00 with the Thai National Football Blind Team

Food Market from 15.30 to 20.00



Date: Saturday, 5 March 2022

Time: 15:00-20:00 hrs.

Venue: Aimphan Sport, Nonthaburi (map)


*Free entrance*

*All guests must be fully vaccinated.*

Mar 5, 2022

3:00 PM - 8:00 PMGMT+7

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Aimphan Sport Center | เอมพันธ์ สปอร์ต
Nonthaburi, Thailand
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Facts about national blind football team

Currently ranked 13th in the world, the Thai blind football team have shown incremental growth since their inception in 2011. In September 2017, they won the ASEAN Para Games for the second time and scooped bronze in their first appearance at the IBSA Blind Football Asian Championships two months later. At the 2018 IBSA Blind Football World Championships, Thailand announced themselves on the world stage with impressive performances, exhibiting their physical strength and goal-scoring prowess to finish 12th out of 16.

Here are three facts you need to know about Thailand's blind football team:

  • The Thailand national blind football team was established in 2011. In that year, they made their international debut at the IBSA World Games in Antalya, Turkey. Though they finished last, afterward Thailand gained more experience playing other nations in Asia and hosted an open blind football tournament to teams in the region in 2013.
  • The experience appeared to help as they were crowned 2014 ASEAN Para Games champions and were undefeated throughout the tournament. They picked up silver the following year in the same competition. But in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 2017, they remained undefeated and beat Laos 3-0 in the final to win their second title.
  • Thai blind football team, participated in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics for the first time in history reaching 7th place.


SPONSOR and BOOTH opportunities for Blind football Match_ Fund raising event.pdf