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29 Jun 2016
1st Women’s Euro Beach Soccer Cup-Mundialito land in Cascais!
Six Women’s National Teams will vie for the Continental throne for the first time in Cascais, together with the Men's Mundialito (29th-31st July)
Women’s beach soccer keeps marching ahead, making another significant stepo forward this coming July.
Between the next 29th and 31st of July, in combination with the Men’s BSWW Mundialito, the first ever Women’s Euro Beach Soccer Cup-Mundialito will land in the sands of Carcavelos (Cascais).
Six teams will take part in this maiden edition of the Women’s Euro Beach Soccer Cup-Mundialito: Hosts Portugal, Switzerland, Spain, Greece, Netherlands and England
Beach Soccer fans will again have the opportunity to enjoy with the thrilling action of some of the best players in the world, seein again in action beach soccer stars that already showed their great level in the past Euro Winners Cup: Swiss striker Daniela Pluss, England stars Clark and Sievwright...
Match Schedule has not been defined yet, but the competition format will follow a group stage, with two groups of three teams, plus the final play-offs.