Joaquín AlonsoSpain National Coach and FIFA InstructorWomen’s beach soccer has evolved greatly
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Philippe MoggioCONCACAF General SecretaryBeach Soccer, a powerful platform to strengthen the game
Joan CuscóBSWW Executive VicepresidentA World Cup... and much more! Ready for 2017?
Gabino RenalesBSWW Deputy Vice-presidentThank you for a great 2016!
Joan CuscóBSWW Executive VicepresidentKicking-off
Anton SealeyPresident of BFASee you in the Bahamas… We are ready to host you!
Brent RahimFIFA DevelopmentDevelopment programs: Planning comes first
Paria ShahriariHead of Beach Soccer - Iran FAThe time for women’s beach soccer has arrived
Jorge Alberto Cabrera RajoPresident of FESFUTThe Copa Pílsener, a key date in the beach soccer calendar
11 Jan 2017
Iron-handed Vasco da Gama seem one step above in Santos
Only Iquique parallels the Vascaínos atop Group A, with everything tied in Group B.
Brazilian champions sent an ominous message in their match today at the Copa Libertadores de Fútbol Playa taking place in Santos (Brazil).
The Gigante da Colina produced another stunning performance to run past Bolivian champions Hamacas FC in their second game in the competition. Two matches, two loud wins to top the table in Group A with bright registers.
Together with the Brazilian kings, CD Iquique from Chile is the only team in the competition to have won their two matches so far. Today, the Chilean champions edged their Venezuelan counterparts in another solid display.
A 4-0 run in the first period had things pretty much addressed for Iquique, who, despite Reales Miranda’s reaction in the middle frame, secured the points with a slick display in the last period.
Things remain finely poised in Group B, where all the teams are now with three points, having won one game and lost another one.
Club Atlético Rosario Central and Puerta del Lago snatched their first points with two very similar performances, in which they managed to stay ahead during all the game despite the constant attempts by their opponents (Santa Marta of Colombia and Punta Hermosa of Perú, respectively) to balance the score.
With this situation, the teams in group B winning their matches on Friday, last group stage day, will progress to semi-finals.
Just like this. It is all in their hands, and the do not depend on other results. It is all about themselves.
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