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03 Jan 2019
2019: the year of the women’s game
This season, we will have up to five women's top-class events
As the interest and reach of beach soccer spreads across the world, it is only natural that this development of the sport transcends genders too.
Since the first official female beach soccer tournament, which was the 2016 Euro Winners Cup in Catania, Italy, the development of women’s beach soccer has come a long way.
Each year huge steps have been made as the interest in both the participation and the watching of women’s beach soccer increases with every new season.
This coming year, Beach Soccer Worldwide will be organising at least five female beach soccer events. The first will be the Puerto Vallarta Cup in Mexico. The next will be in North America again, this time at the California Beach Soccer Cup.
Then, moving over to Europe, there will be the World Beach Games, as well as the Women’s Euro Beach Soccer Cup for national sides, while the summer will also see the fourth edition of the Women’s Euro Winners Cup, with a record number of clubs set to participate.
Women’s beach soccer is on the up and every year we have seen huge steps forward. The Beach Soccer Stars night in Dubai saw the second every Best Women’s Player of the Year prize be presented to the Russian talisman, Marina Fedorova.
“It a very motivating step forward and I’m very happy that every girl in Russia can play beach soccer and that beach soccer is developing so much.”
On top of that, Fedorova’s Russian teammate, Anna Cherniakova, as well as Brazilian star, Adriele, and the England number ten, Molly Clark, were all included in the Goal of the Year shortlist, which consisted of ten spectacular goals, scored by both men and women.
The development of the women’s side of this great sport is something that Beach Soccer Worldwide, along with partners around the globe, will continue to work tirelessly on. It is incredible to witness the dramatic increase in the level and skill of the female teams and athletes involved and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for women’s beach soccer.
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