The FIFA World Cup is not the only major sporting event going on at the moment, there are lots of great para-sport events taking place around the world.
Many of them are being broadcasted live over the internet and below is a quick guide to what and when you can watch.
From around noon on Friday (20 June) through to Sunday afternoon, you can watch live action of the IPC Athletics Grand Prix in Berlin, Germany. Around 570 athletes from 34 countries are taking part and amongst the big names competing are Marlou van Rhijn, Richard Whitehead and Terezinha Guilhermina.
Around 110 athletes from 18 countries are competing in the Boccia World Open in Povoa, Portugal between 18 and 23 June.
The knockout stages of the Sitting Volleyball World Championships in Elblag, Poland are underway.
The women’s IWBF Wheelchair Basketball World Championships kick off on Friday (20 June) in Toronto, Canada.
Eight of the world's top wheelchair rugby teams in the world will converge for the 2014 Canada Cup International Wheelchair Rugby Tournament. Canada Cup, which runs from 19-21 June, is the most elite wheelchair rugby tournament outside of the Paralympics or World Championships.