Farsley Celtic Deaf reach Champions’ League semis

Farsley Celtic Deaf are in the semi finals of the Deaf Champions League.

Farsley Celtic Deaf have reached the semi finals of the Deaf Champions’ League in Greece.

The Celts, one of the top deaf teams in the UK, beat Reims 2-1 in Athens today thanks to goals from Palmer and Carey. Farsley moved a step closer to the ultimate prize in deaf football thanks to a strong defensive performance.

Tomorrow (Friday) they play Greek side and five-times European champions Pok Athens in the semi final, with a 9am kick off. The match will be streamed live on YouTube.

After an opening game defeat against P.O.A.K.M Tripoli, The Celts’ are unbeaten and secured a creditable 0-0 draw against last year’s champions Paris.

  • Ten Farsley Celtic Deaf players have been selected for the England Deaf men’s squad for this year’s European championships. A club spokesperson said: “We are immensely proud of all of you and wish you, the team and staff all the very best. We know how hard you work for club and country.”


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