The competition will see teams from the Caribe region compete in a men’s and a women’s tournament
The city of Nassau in Bahamas will host the Bahamas Beach Soccer Cup between the 21 and 23 October in the stadium that hosted the 2017 World Cup.
Hosts Bahamas, Colombia, Costa Rica and Trinidad and Tobago will face each other to see who succeeds the 2018 Bahamas Beach Soccer Cup winners Mexico.
In the women’s tournament, Trinidad and Tobago and Turks and Caicos will test the hosts Bahamas.
Joan Cuscó, President of Beach Soccer Worldwide, stated that “it is great to return to the Bahamas after our last event in Nassau in 2018. We have so many good memories of all the tournaments we had in the Bahamas, and to play in a World Cup stadium is an assurance of a quality event.”
For Anton Sealey, President of the Bahamas Football Association, “this tournament is an opportunity to see some of the best talent in the Caribe competing in Nassau, in the best beach soccer facilities in the region, confirming the successful bet placed on the 2017 World Cup”.