The postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games takes place between August 24th and September 5th in Japan.
The Wheelchair Rugby Competition will be played between August 25th and August 29th at the Yoyogi National Stadium.
The competition features 8 nations split into two pools of four.
Back-to-back Paralympic champions Australia headline Pool A alongside hosts and 2018 World Championships winners Japan. They will be joined by Denmark and France.
Canada competes in Pool B against USA, Great Britain and New Zealand. The USA won Paralympic gold in Beijing in 2008, while Great Britain are the current European champions. New Zealand returns for its first Paralympic appearance since 2008.
Pool A: Australia (No. 1), Japan, (No. 3), France (No. 6), Denmark (No. 7)
Pool B: USA (No. 2), Great Britain (No. 4), Canada (No. 5), New Zealand (No. 8)
Nations will contest in a 3-game, round-robin format in their respective pools. Standings are determined by points, with teams awarded 2 points for a win, 0 points for losses, and 1 point for a tie at the end of regulation. In the event of a tie, 3-minute overtime(s) will commence until a winner is decided. The winning team is credited an additional point. The top two teams in each pool will advance to the semi-finals.