We are ready, and we will stay ready

We are ready to fly. Please stay safe. 


Gabino Renales is BSWW Deputy Vice-president

Seeing the end of 2020 year draw closer, it is now absolutely undeniable that  the world of sports, and the whole of humanity, have experienced one of the most challenging years we can remember, at least from a global perspective. 

The Covid-19 pandemic has deeply impacted the lives of everybody, and has heavily impacted the sporting calendars, with cancellations and postponements following the directives of the national governments and international health authorities.  

But we will keep looking to the future with optimism. Because we can. Because sport is ready to overcome this setback, and because our players, coaches and referees have also proved that they know how to adapt to the circumstances and act responsibly to keep the ball rolling.

In Nazaré, thanks to the amazing teamwork brought on jointly by the Nazaré Municipality, the FPF and Beach Soccer Worldwide, as well as the amazing attitude and contribution of the teams, we demonstrated that beach soccer events, with all the necessary protocols, are absolutely safe.

We are ready, and will keep being ready, to restart competitions as soon as the conditions allow. And to do so in the safest conditions for everybody. Because beach soccer does not stop.

In fact, this very week, we have also confirmed that, assuming that circumstances with the Cover-19 pandemic are right, we will enjoy the tenth edition of one of our flagship events, the Intercontinental Beach Soccer Cup next March 2021. And, working hand in hand with the always supportive Dubai Sports Council, we will do it again just as we have already proved we are capable of: following all the safety and sanitary measures to have the safest event, minimizing all risks, and enjoying what we love.

We are ready to fly. Please stay safe. 

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