Joan CuscóBSWW Executive Vice PresidentRussia, one step beyond in excellence
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Joan CuscóBSWW Executive Vice President2019: Fasten your seatbelts for the busiest year in beach soccer history!
Cosimo SibiliaPresident of Lega Nazionale DilettantiFifteen years of beach soccer in Italy
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Roberto CarettoManager Lazio Beach SoccerIdentity is key for clubs’ future
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Intercontinental Beach Soccer Cup Dubai 2019
That special time of year has come around once more, as one of beach soccer’s flagship events touches down on the Arabian Peninsula yet again.
The ninth edition of the Intercontinental Cup Dubai is set to return to Kite Beach between 5 and 9 November and hosts UAE will be joined by defending champions Iran, Egypt, Italy, Spain, AFC kings Japan, CONCACAF champs Mexico and three-times Intercontinental Cup winner Russia in this unique beach soccer showpiece.
The official draw held with the assistance of former Real Madrid player Míchel Salgado, sorted the eight teams into two groups of four:
Group A: UAE, Japan, Italy and Spain
Group B: Russia, Iran, Mexico and Egypt
The 2019 tournament will not see any debutants hit the sand in the United Arab Emirates, but it will only be a second appearance for Italy and Spain, while Russia maintain their record of being the only side, other than their Emirati hosts, to take part in every single edition.
Russia share the record for the most Intercontinental Cups won with Brazil (3), and the 2019 edition could be the perfect opportunity for Mikhail Likhachev’s men to lift trophy number four.
However, defending champions Iran will also be keen to make the most of the absence of Gilberto’s Brazilians, as they could draw level with Brazil and Russia should they retain the Intercontinental Cup and clinch a third title this year.
20 Oct 2019
Best Player of the Year: The Nominees
Gabriele Gori (ITA) Jordan (POR) and Rodrigo (BRA) are the candidates to be crowned as the best
20 Oct 2019
Best Women's Player of the Year: The Nominees
Adriele (BRA), Carol (ESP) and Kempson (ENG) are in the running for the award this year
19 Oct 2019
Best Goalkeeper of the Year: The Nominees
Maksim Chuzhkov (RUS), Simone del Mestre (ITA) and Mão (BRA) are the three candidates for the award
18 Oct 2019
Best Coach of the Year: The Nominees
Nico Alvarado, Gilberto and Angelo Schirinzi are 2019’s nominatees for the award
18 Oct 2019
A unique way of enjoying the Intercontinental Cup...
BSWW offer special hospitality packages both for the competition and the Beach Soccer Stars 2019
09 Oct 2019
Dubai, ready to sublimate beach soccer once again
The Intercontinental Cup draw, held today, drew UAE, Japan, Italy and Spain in Group A and Russia, Iran, Mexico and Egypt in Group B
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|GB||6 - 5||BRA W|
|ESP||3 - 2||RUS|
|BRA W||4 - 3||RUS|
|RUS||6 - 2||IRN|
|BRA||7 - 5||ITA|
|IRN||5 - 5 (3 - 1) (PSO)||ITA|
|RUS||3 - 9||BRA|