Access to the stadium is free
We look forward to seeing you very soon!
Hospitality Packages not available yet
From Lisbon, drive through A8 towards the north for 1 hour and take exit 22 (Leiria/Nazaré). Then drive towards Nazaré and follow the signs until Praia da Vila or Nazaré Centro
You can get to Nazaré with the public bus line 45 (Lisboa-Aveiro) to be taken at Lisbon Central Bus Station. The trip has a duration of 1h 20 minutes. The bus drop-off is located 200m away from the stadium.
The most convenient airport is Lisbon's International Airport (LIS)
Parking slots available 50m away from the stadium, at the "Parque de estacionamiento" next to the local market
How to follow
All matches will be broadcast live on beachsoccer.com
Selected matches will be broadcast on:
- Full list to be made available soon
Beach soccer clubs of Europe assemble! The Euro Winners Cup will head back to Nazaré, its home for the last five years, in early June 2022 for a milestone tenth edition! A preliminary round, known as the Euro Winners Challenge, will also return to provide clubs who did not qualify through their national league with the opportunity to make the competition via a different route. The Euro Winners Challenge will begin a few days before the European championship, on Friday 3 June. A minimum of eight teams will qualify for the Euro Winners Cup Nazaré 2022, which will be distributed into two groups of four. The winner of each group of the Euro Winners Challenge will join the Euro Winners Cup at the Round of 16 stage, where they will play each other. The winner of this match will reach the quarter-finals of the Euro Winners Cup Nazaré 2022 and will also be considered the champion of the Euro Winners Challenge 2022. The main competition will come to a head on Sunday 12 June where we will find out who will be named the winners of the tenth edition of the Men’s Euro Winners Cup. The women’s tournament, which will celebrate its seventh edition in 2022, will begin Monday 6 June and end Sunday 12, comprised of three Round Robin matchdays (6, 7 and 8 June) and followed by a knockout stage, and the final being played on Sunday 12 June. Kristall currently hold the men’s title, their fourth in total, while Madrid CFF from Spain became the sixth team to win the women’s competition in as many editions