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15 May 2015
EBSL team distribution confirmed
Twelve teams in Division A and 8 more teams in Division B will be competing in the XVIIIth continental league
The 24 teams taking part in the XVIIIth Euro Beach Soccer League got to know the stage they will be taking part in, and the opponents they will need to face in the fight for the Superfinal or the Promotion Final.
Moscow will kick start the continental league, with eight division A sides, distributed in two groups. Defending EBSL Champions, Russia, will be battling Belarus, France and Poland in Group 1, whereas Portugal, Italy, Germany and Greece will try to secure their place in the Superfinal, too. It is worth remembering that Poland kept their Division A license after Holland’s withdrawal of the competition.
In the second stage of the regular phase, to take place again in the Hungarian resort of Siófok, the competition will be distributed in one group of Division A, featuring four teams, and two groups of Division B, with three groups each. The fight for the Superfinal will have Spain, Switzerland and hosts Hungary.
By the Balaton, Division B comes in, too. Azerbaijan, England, Moldova and Romania, in Group 1 and Turkey, Czech Republic, Norway, and Andorra in Group B will kick the sand in search of an opportunity to promote to the elite division.
This is the final distribution of the upcoming Euro Beach Soccer League 2015:
EBSL Moscow 2015:
Group 1: Russia, Belarus, France, Poland
Group 2: Portugal, Italy, Germany, Greece
EBSL Siófok 2015
Group 1: Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, Hungary
Group 1: Azerbaijan, England, Moldova, Romania
Group 2: Turkey, Czech Republic, Norway, Andorra