Powerchair Football

Powerchair Football can be played by anyone who uses an electric wheelchair. Powerchair Football is a very tactical sport that requires skill, team work and communication. Players use their electric wheelchair to push and ‘spin-kick’ a 330mm Football.

The sport is strictly non-contact and has a speed limit of 10km/ph. It has two national competitions and is played internationally in over 30 countries. Powerchair Football is currently played during Victorian Electric Wheelchair Sports Association’s (VEWSA) Winter Season.

The competition is always looking for new players and volunteers. It’s a great opportunity for people with a disability to develop football skills, meet new people, and have a lot of fun!

For more information regarding playing, refereeing or volunteering with Powerchair Football please contact Luke David, VEWSA President on luke.david@vewsa.org.au or 0424 160 174.

2020 Victorian Powerchair Premier League

Victorian Electric Wheelchair Sports Association (VEWSA) currently coordinate the Eastern Powerchair Football Competition.

Competition Dates: TBC for 2020

Location: Aquahub, 11 Civic Square, Croydon

Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm (Arrive by 12:30pm)

Contact: Luke David, VEWSA President on luke.david@vewsa.org.au or 0424 160 174


2018/2019 Victorian Powerchair Sports League

Victorian Powerchair Sports League (VPSL) is a new and exciting competitive league for people with a physical disability.

VPSL is the showcase for powerchair sports in Victoria. The league displays the all-round skills of each athlete in the three sports of Football/Soccer, Hockey and Rugby. The league is open to all ages, genders and disabilities.


The season will begin in October and conclude with the annual ‘Pride Cup’ in April. There will be 10 rounds consisting of a best-of-three series, one match of each sport. The winner of the best-of-three series will claim victory of the round. The team with most series wins will be deemed ‘League Champions’, while the two best teams of the season will meet in the Pride Cup.

  • Each sport will have two 15-minute halves.
  • There is a 10km/h speed-limit in all three sports.
  • A team must have a minimum number of 4 players, no more than 8.
  • Two transfer markets (December & February) will give teams the opportunity to draft, trade or loan players.
  • A junior/development program will run alongside the VPSL for any new players who join up throughout the season.
  • A team of six will be picked to represent Victoria at the National Electric Wheelchair Sports event held in Sydney each year.


ROUND 1 – Sunday, October 14th, 2018
ROUND 2 – Sunday, October 28th, 2018
ROUND 3 – Sunday, November 11th, 2018
ROUND 4 – Sunday, November 25th, 2018
ROUND 5 – Sunday, December 9th, 2018
ROUND 6 – Sunday, January 20th, 2019
ROUND 7 – Sunday, February 3rd, 2019
ROUND 8 – Sunday, February 17th, 2019
ROUND 9 – Sunday, March 3rd, 2019
ROUND 10 – Sunday, March 17th, 2019
PRIDE CUP – Sunday, April 7th, 2019
Nationals – Saturday, April 13th – Saturday, April 20th, 2019

Location: Aquahub, 11 Civic Square, Croydon

Time: 1pm - 4pm

Contact: Luke David, VEWSA President on luke.david@vewsa.org.au or 0424 160 174