Roberto CarettoManager Lazio Beach SoccerIdentity is key for clubs’ future
Joan CuscóBSWW Executive Vice PresidentClosing a successful season with the next FIFA Beach Soccer world Cup in our mind
Ali TargholizadehAFC Head of Futsal and Beach Soccer DevelopmentAsia has everything required for beach soccer
Joan CuscóBSWW Executive Vice PresidentTradition makes us stronger…
Bernd BaruttaHead of Beach Soccer at the DFBBeach soccer was at its captivating best in Warnemünde
Joaquín AlonsoSpain National Coach and FIFA InstructorWomen’s beach soccer has evolved greatly
Gilberto CostaBrazil National CoachThe road to a perfect World Cup
Philippe MoggioCONCACAF General SecretaryBeach Soccer, a powerful platform to strengthen the game
Joan CuscóBSWW Executive Vice PresidentA World Cup... and much more! Ready for 2017?
Gabino RenalesBSWW Deputy Vice-presidentThank you for a great 2016!
23 Jul 2017
Trinidad & Tobago and St Lucia earn Commonwealth gold
The men's and women's competitions drew to a close in The Bahamas on Saturday.
Trinidad and Tobago and St Lucia picked up the first beach soccer gold medals at the Commonwealth Youth Games in Nassau, The Bahamas on Saturday.
In the sport’s first appearance at the competition, the fourth and final day saw the medals distributed in both the men’s and women’s competitions.
The women’s final took place first at the National Beach Soccer Arena at Malcolm Park as Trinidad and Tobago edged a thrilling contest against Jamaica 6-5.
Despite trailing their Jamaican counterparts 4-0 early in the second period, an Adana Phillip hat-trick - including a winner 14 seconds from time time - ensured Trinidad the title before the men’s final brought the beach soccer to a close.
It proved a more one-sided affair than the women’s finale as four goals from St Lucia’s Linus Clovis earned his side a 6-2 success against Trinidad & Tobago.
Both nations will now go down as the first beach soccer gold medal winners in the competition’s history while there were mixed fortunes for hosts The Bahamas in the third-place play-offs.
While the Bahamian men’s team edged Antigua and Barbuda 5-4 to claim bronze, their female compatriots lost 3-1 against the Turks and Caicos Islands.
1st: St Lucia (Gold Medal)
2nd: Trinidad and Tobago (Silver Medal)
3rd: The Bahamas (Bronze Medal)
4th: Antigua and Barbuda
Top Scorer: Linus Clovis (St Lucia) (Seven goals)
1st: Trinidad and Tobago (Gold Medal)
2nd: Jamaica (Silver Medal)
3rd: Turks and Caicos Islands (Bronze Medal)
4th: The Bahamas
Top Scorer: La-Tavia Russell (Jamaica) (14 goals)