Unfortunately, spectators won't be allowed onsite due to regional COVID-19 protocols.
We look forward to seeing you very soon!
Hospitality Packages not available
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 broadcasted live on beachsoccer.com
Selected matches will be broadcasted on:
- Canal 11 (Portugal)
- Sky Sports (Italy)
- LaLiga Sports (Spain)
- Match TV (Russia)
- Sport TV (Brazil)
- BelarusTV (Belarus)
- Mobitel (Bulgaria)
- OTE (Greece)
- Polsat (Poland)
- Sportklub (Serbia)
The brand-new Women's Euro Beach Soccer League lands in Nazaré to celebrate such an historic landmark for women's beach soccer. In this first edition, the women's national teams will compete for 3 days in a Round Robin format.
The inaugural Women's edition of the Euro Beach Soccer League will run alongside the Men's Division A competition, and will also be concluded at the Women's Euro Beach Soccer League Superfinal, also in Figueira da Foz.
The Regular Stage event in Nazaré will take place between 17 to 20 June, and the top teams will then fight for a place at the Superfinal (which will return to Figueira da Foz, Portugal, in September 2021.
The Beach Soccer Calendar may be subject to changes based on the latest advice and regulation of health institutions and local governments. All BSWW events will adhere to the latest safety advice and instruction from these institutes.