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Japan’s visually impaired five-a-side mens soccer Paralympic team beats France 1-0

The World Grand Prix, an international five-player soccer tournament for the visually impaired, opened at Tennozu Park in Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo on May 30th, where the Japanese men’s team beat France 1-0. Japan’s team has qualified to participate in the Tokyo Paralympics.

From Jiji Press

May 30 2021

TOKYO – The World Grand Prix, an international five-player soccer tournament for the visually impaired, opened at Tennozu Park in Shinagawa Tokyo on May 30th, where the Japanese men’s team beat France 1-0.

Five teams will play a round-robin match, and the top two teams will advance to the final on June 5. Japan’s team has qualified to participate in the Tokyo Paralympics.

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