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ALGARVE – PORTUGAL
APEXA Associação de Apoio à Pessoa Excepcional do Algarve
Escola Primária de Valverde – 553-T, Guia
Nuno Miguel Neto ☎ +351 910 629 341 firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to TIFA
Hello everyone. Are you ready to enjoy four days with Football and a lot of fun?! We are grateful for your participation in the 13th Disabladed soccer tournament sponsored by APEXA. Here, in this document, you can find recommendations and all the information necessary for your stay in our ALGARVE. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, we are here to help you.
The Disabladed Football International Tournament – TIFA is currently one of the most important Disability Football Tournaments in Portugal. Since the first edition, 56 Teams have already been in our tournament representing their countries. Every year about 300 players participate in multiple matches for a full day of competition, fantastic experiences and extraordinary opportunities to compete with teams from other cultures. The proximity to the sea area allows everyone to enjoy the beautiful beaches all along the coast. The amazing weather at this time of the year makes TIFA much more than a football tournament… through football creates the possibility to meetings both outside and on the field with participants from multiple countries, being currently the most international disability football tournament in our Country. Also is the only competition for disabled people that is held in a grass field outdoor stadium.
2021 September 1st – For this Year’s TIFA edition Online Registrations Open
2022 June 30th – Online Registrations Deadline
60 Days Before Tournament – Number of Players and STAFF confirmation
30 Days Before Tournament – Arriving date and players list confirmation
2022 September 16th – Game Schedule divulgation SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM 2022.
SUMMER CAMP – ALGARVE PORTUGAL
2022 September 21st – Arriving Day and team accreditation.
- After accommodation, the teams are received by our staff for delivery of the event program documentation.
2022 September 22nd – Welcome Day
In the morning: For all athletes. We`ve prepared a sensorial exploration activity. At the same time the staff attend to the credited training: Football 4 All
In the afternoon: We have for every teams a trainning interactive work session.
2022 September 23rd – Tournament Day and dinner
2022 September 24th – Just Fun and Sun
- On this day we will visit one of the best atracttions in Europe.
Park where everyone get involved with fun activities.
Don`t forget to bring your swimsuit.
- “See you next year party”
In case of unforeseen circumstances, TIFA Organization reserves the right to be able to change above mentioned dates, if this happens we will notify your team by the given contacts.
Albufeira Municipal Stadium
This is a football Stadium located in City of Albufeira, Portugal. Currently managed and used by Imortal DC
GPS: 37°05’55.8″N 8°14’24.9″W
Address: Rua do Estádio 12A, 8200-047 Albufeira
Capacity: 3 500
Telefone: 289 585 544
How to get to Algarve
Due to its peripheral location, the Algarve enjoys good transport connections, both internally with the other Portuguese cities and externally with the rest of the world. Various national airlines have regular flights to the Algarve, making Faro a busy international airport.
The Algarve also benefits from a good road network, composed of motorways, trunk roads and a range of secondary roads, making the journey comfortable and efficient whether you’re travelling by bus or driving in a rented car.
Information about Electronic Toll here.
Rail transport is another alternative for visitors to the region. The Portuguese rail service (CP – Comboios de Portugal) has a vast network of trains to places all over the country.
Tel.: 289 800 800 (General)
Tel.: 289 800 801 (Flight information until midnight)
Tel.: 289 800 617 (Flight information after midnight)
International Access by Road
N431 (Huelva, Spain) / A22 – (Via do Infante, Portugal)
Port of Portimão
Tel.: 282 400 680
IC1, N2, N120, N122
“Alfa Pendular”: fully equipped, fast and comfortable trains.
Intercity trains: connections to various cities in Portugal, such as Lisbon, OPorto or Coimbra to Algarve
Services between Lagos and Vila Real de Santo António
Express service: from various locations
Access in the Algarve
Main road links
A22 – (Via do Infante), N125
The Algarve is a tourist destination that is establishing itself, more and more, as a place where areas of natural beauty, beaches and cities are accessible for everyone to enjoy. Here you will find information that will help you plan your holiday in the region.
The Algarve offers a wide and varied range of accommodation, including rooms that are adapted for guests with special needs. When you search for accommodation in this portal, choose the option “Facilities for the disabled”. Always contact the accommodation directly so that you obtain more precise information about the type of facilities and equipment available.
Airport – Faro Airport, like Portugal’s other airports, offers travellers the “MyWay” service, which provides personalised assistance for passengers with reduced mobility. This service includes mechanical means to facilitate mobility, as well as qualified professionals who will ensure that passengers are provided with every comfort and convenience while they are in the airport. Click here for more information.
Taxis – Adapted taxis are available for travellers with reduced mobility. They are equipped with boarding platforms, adapted seat belts, devices to secure wheelchairs and doors with wider opening angles. These taxis can be requested by contacting the dispatchers. Click here for more information.
(+351) 707 277 277 or (+351) 911 910 808 or (+351) 965 020 808
or (+351) 934 430 808
ANTRAL – regional branch
(+351) 289 827 203
Train – The trains in Portugal are operated by a company called CP-Comboios de Portugal. To find out more about the accessibility of their equipment and services, contact their Integrated Mobility Service (SIM) by phone on (+351) 707 210 746. More information is available online.
Transfer Services – Some transport operators and travel agencies that provide private transport services have vehicles that are adapted for passengers with reduced mobility.
Driving – If you have a driving licence that is valid in Portugal, you can drive vehicles as long as you comply with the restrictions or adaptations applicable to the circumstances.
Standard EU disability parking badges issued by any EU Member State are valid in Portugal and you can park in spaces signposted as being for disabled drivers.
The Algarve is a fabulous beach destination and it offers 47 accessible beaches, all properly identified by means of a white flag with the identifying logo. These beaches are easy to get to on foot and have organised car-parking facilities including spaces for vehicles used by disabled people. Mobility on the sands and down to the water is provided by equipment such as ramps, mechanical means and walkways, and there are accessible toilets and first-aid stations.