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!
03 Aug 2017
Movers of the Month: Belarus
Nico's Belarus are Movers of the Month for July after success in the Friendship Cup.
Belarus are Movers of the Month for July, having lifted the Friendship Cup in Vitebsk before impressing with a second-place finish at the Euro Beach Soccer League stage in Moscow.
The Belarusians are now under the guidance of former Spain captain Nicolas ‘Nico’ Alvarado and have made a strong start to his reign, claiming the title on home sand at the Friendship Cup in mid-July.
Belarus finished ahead of Turkey, Azerbaijan and Lithuania in early July and went on to finish behind Russia in Moscow at the weekend - prompting them to move up a place to 26th.
Elsewhere, the top seven remains unchanged with BSWW Mundialito champions Brazil continuing to lead the way while Japan leapfrog Paraguay into 8th.
Morocco Beach Soccer Cup winners Switzerland consolidate their position in seventh while runners-up Morocco enjoy a two-place rankings boost along with third-placed England.
The Netherlands climb five places to 51st as a result of their win on penalties against England in Casablanca.
Hungary in 25th add to their points haul following Nations Cup success in Linz with runners-up Austria remaining in 64th.
Points from individual Euro Beach Soccer League stages are not counted towards the ranking although the Superfinal and the Promotion Final in September will see teams compete for points alongside continental glory.