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02 Oct 2018
Teams confirmed for Intercontinental Cup in Dubai
A draw to place the eight confirmed teams of the Intercontinental Cup into groups will take place at the Dubai Sports Council HQ on 10th October
Alongside the event hosts, UAE, the remaining seven teams have been confirmed for the Intercontinental Cup in Dubai, which will take place between the 6th and 10th of November, at Kite Beach in Dubai.
On the final day of the event in Dubai, the Beach Soccer Stars Gala will also be held at the V Hotel Dubai Curio Collection by Hilton (formerly known as the W Dubai), to recognise the best performers of the beach soccer year.
List of competing teams:
The eight sides will be sorted into two groups in a draw which is to be held on the 10th of October, at the Dubai Sports Council Headquarters at 11am local time (GMT +4).
Hosts, UAE, haven’t finished the event in the top three since 2013, when they came in third behind runners-up, Russia and winners, Iran. Could they become only the fourth side to win the competition this year?
Intending to show no politeness to their hosts and make it three Intercontinental Cup titles in a row, are World Champions Brazil. They will be joined by the team that they defeated in the 2017 World Cup final, Tahiti, who finished fourth in last year’s event in Dubai.
The third national selection traveling to the UAE from the Americas is the USA, who will be playing in their fourth edition of the competition.
Following defeat in the Euro Beach Soccer League final against Italy, Joaquin Alonso’s Spanish side will be looking to make an impression in their debut appearance at the Intercontinental Cup.
Russia, the only side to compete in every single edition alongside their UAE hosts, are aiming for their fourth title this year, which would take their total to one more than Brazil.
The African representation will come from Egypt, and 2018 will be their fourth consecutive participation, with their best finish being in 2015, when they ended the tournament in fourth position.
Last but not least, and with the shortest distance to travel, the only team apart from Russia and Brazil to win the competition is Iran. Can they repeat the heroics of 2013? Will Brazil or Russia make it four? Or will we see a new intercontinental king crowned this year?
Stay up to date on the Intercontinental Cup right here.
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