Overview

Venue

See you at the Praia de Buarcos in Figueira da Foz (Portugal) Figueira da Foz, Praia de Buarcos, Buarcos, Buarcos e São Julião, Figueira da Foz, Coimbra, Baixo Mondego, Centro, 3080-331, Portugal

Tickets

Spectators will be allowed in the stadium, however there will be a limit of 30% of stadium capacity. Entrance is free but controlled by the local health authorities. Please, follow the COVID-19 measures. Entrance is free, but please bear in mind that we work on a first come, first served basis and the stands  full up quickly. We therefore recommend you to arrive well in advance to avoid disappointment. Entrances open 1 hour ahead of kick-off of the first match of the day.

Hospitality Packages

Looking for a premium experience? Hospitality packages will be available online soon. Spectator attendance and stadium capacity might be affected by COVID-19 protocols in the region.

Getting there

More information coming soon

Parking

More information coming soon

How to follow

All matches can be watched live on beachsoccer.com Full list of regional TV takers to be published in due course.

Event Summary

The brand-new Women's Euro Beach Soccer League Superfinal will land in Figueira da Foz (Portugal) to decide the champions of Europe in the final stage of the event. The seven teams (Czech Republic, England, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Switzerland and Ukraine) will first meet in the regular stage in Nazaré in June, and the champions of the maiden edition of the league will be decided in September at the Superfinal. Ukraine may be competing in their first ever European championship, but the squad is composed of many of the Mryia 2006 players who lifted the 2020 Euro Winners Cup on their debut appearance. This could mean that they are real contenders to try and dethrone Russia, who won the European championship (formerly Women’s Euro Beach Soccer Cup) in 2019. Russia also claimed the title the year before in 2018, while the only two previous winners of the continental crown are England (2017) and Spain (2016). England have moved above group rivals Russia in the Official World Rankings and will be eyeing a return to the top, while Spain, who took gold medals at the ANOC World Beach Games in Qatar in 2019, are currently ranked as the best team in the world. Picking a clear winner here is almost impossible, so get ready for some high-intensity beach soccer!  

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