Euro Beach Soccer Season ’11 Travels to 7 Countries

By Community | May 24, 2011

A new and exciting season kicks off in Bern next
Friday, medstore May 27th, with the staring signal of the Euro Beach Soccer League 2011, whose
different legs have already been confirmed. Switzerland is just the first stop for this
summer-long tournament, which stages the best teams in the Old continent in four different
events which lead to the Superfinal. Again with the official sponsorship by Crocs Europe,
this new season promises tons of thrilling action, amazing spectacle, and the unique Beach
Soccer atmosphere in seven different countries in the Old Continent.
Berlin (July 8th-10th) will see the second stage in this year’s Euro Beach Soccer League,
taking the prestigious competition to the German capital for the first time. A wonderful
Beach Soccer Stadium by the O2 Arena will pass sentence of who takes a better position to
fight for the continental crown in the Superfinal in Moscow (August 4th-7th). But let’s not
jump the gun… Prior to the Continental decision-making battle on Russian soil, the top
European powerhouses will have the chance of claiming their place in it in two other Euro
Beach Soccer League stages. The FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2011 venue, the Italian
city of Ravenna, will get an excellent appetizer to the Global Beach Soccer Party with the
third stage of the EBSL 2011, happening in July, from the 22nd to the 24th.
Just the week after, and the weekend before the Superfinal, the Euro Beach Soccer League
will stage its last leg. For the second time, The Hague (July 29th-31st) will give the last tickets
to fight for the European throne to teams in Division A, and for the promotion to the topflight
league for the squads in Division B.
But the continental Beach Soccer will not stop after the Russian capital elevates the new
European League champion of the year. One of the most successful appointments of every
summer, the BSWW Mundialito in Portimão, will momentarily close in August 12th-14th the
continental season just a couple of weeks before the beginning of the FIFA Beach Soccer
World Cup – Ravenna/Italy 2011 (September 1st to 11th).
After that, the time will come for another of the traditional biggest tournaments in the Old
Continent, the Euro Beach Soccer Cup. The competition facing the eight top ranked teams
in the previous season is scheduled for the last weekend in September (23rd-25th). The
Spanish city of Valencia will be the venue of this brilliant closing to five months of the
highest-level Beach Soccer in Europe.
The 2011 Euro Beach Soccer League (EBSL) kicks off in Bern next Friday, May 27on the first stop for the summer-long tournament, which stages the best teams in the Old continent in four different events, leading to the Superfinal.

Berlin (July 8-10) will see the second stage in this year’s Euro Beach Soccer League, taking the prestigious competition to the German capital for the first time. A Beach Soccer Stadium by the O2 Arena will pass sentence of who takes a better position to fight for the continental crown in the Superfinal in Moscow (August 4-7).

Prior to the Continental decision-making battle on Russian soil, the top European powerhouses will have the chance of claiming their place in it in two other Euro Beach Soccer League stages. The FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2011 venue, the Italian city of Ravenna, will host the third stage of the EBSL 2011, July 22-24.

Just the week after, and the weekend before the Superfinal, the Euro Beach Soccer League will stage its last leg. For the second time, The Hague (July 29-31) will give the last tickets to fight for the European throne to teams in Division A, and for the promotion to the topflight league for the squads in Division B.

But the continental Beach Soccer will not stop after the Russian capital elevates the new European League champion of the year. One of the most successful appointments of every summer, the BSWW Mundialito in Portimão, will momentarily close in August 12-14 the continental season just a couple of weeks before the beginning of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup – Ravenna/Italy 2011 (September 1 to 11).

After that, the time will come for another of the traditional biggest tournaments in the Old Continent, the Euro Beach Soccer Cup. The competition facing the eight top ranked teams in the previous season is scheduled for the last weekend in September (23-25). The Spanish city of Valencia will be the venue of this brilliant closing to five months of the highest-level Beach Soccer in Europe.

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