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 May 2017
EBSL 2017: Division B, defined
Four regular phase events will lead to the Promotion final in this year’s continental League
14 teams will vie this year in the Division B pool of the Euro Beach Soccer League, dreaming with making their way to the Promotion Final, where to fight for a Division A spot next season.
Estonia, Turkey, Hungary, England, Czech Republic, Moldova, Denmark, Romania, Norway, Kazakhstan, Andorra, Serbia and Bulgaria are the 14 sides inscribed in the competition.
This season, the Euro Beach Soccer League - Division B will travel to four stages in the regular phase: Belgrade, Serbia (23rd to 25th of June 2017); Moscow, Russia (28th to 30th of July 2017); Siófok, Hungary (11th to 13th of August 2017) and Warnemünde, Germany (25th to 27th of August 2017)
The distribution of the teams in the different stages goes as follows:
EBSL Belgrade: Estonia, Czech Republic, Norway and Serbia
EBSL Moscow: Turkey, Moldova, Kazakhstan
EBSL Siófok: Hungary, Denmark, Andorra and Bulgaria
EBSL Warnemünde: England, Romania, Netherlands and Lithuania
The winners of each of the stages, plus the three best ranked runner-ups will join the worst-ranked side in Division A in the Promotion Final, where one spot in next season’s top division will be at stake.