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03 Jun 2010
EURO BEACH SOCCER CUP 2010 presented in Rome this morning
Representatives from public administrations supporting the event explain why it is so important to have Beach Soccer European Cup in Rome.
The Cup promises good football level and divertimento
A new sport in an ancient city. This is the idea all representatives have shared in their speeches at Campidoglio this morning. Comune di Roma, Regiona Lazio, Officina Italiana, Camera di Comercio di Roma… all of them together with different private companies are supporting a new sport that is getting bigger and bigger all over the world, and as almost all the speakers said, they hope it will become olympic one day.
Spain, Italy, Portugal, France, Polonia, Russia, Switzerland and Hungary are training this afternoon to prepare their best strategies and get a good result tomorrow in Quarterfinals. Italy, the host country, got a disappointing result last year, but its Head Coch Giancarlo Magrini confirmed they are prepared to play very good football and defeat the opponents in the present edition. A good show is guaranteed for the crowd, who has free entrance to the stadium all the week end.
The Cup in numbers
6.700 sq meters stadium
1.500 minutes of TV international broadcast
Capacity for 2.500 people
Match Schedule (CET):
|04/06/2010||17:30||QUARTERFINAL 1||PORTUGAL - SWITZERLAND|
|04/06/2010||18:45||QUARTERFINAL 2||SPAIN - POLAND|
|04/06/2010||20:00||QUARTERFINAL 3||RUSSIA - FRANCE|
|04/06/2010||21:15||QUARTERFINAL 4||ITALY - HUNGARY|
|06/06/2010||17:15||PLAYOFF 7th place|
|06/06/2010||18:30||PLAYOFF 5th place|
|06/06/2010||19:45||PLAYOFF 3th place|