Former Trinidad and Tobago international Brent Rahim continues to play a pivotal role in the development of Beach Soccer in his position as FIFA coordinator for Beach Soccer and Futsal, operating out of the FIFA headquarters in Zurich.
As we come to the end of the 2015 season which saw the Trinidad and Tobago Beach Soccer team capture the 2015 Lucayan Cup in the Bahamas where they defeated world powerhouse Mexico and the hosts in the process, we hear from National Beach Soccer team goalkeeper Victor Thomas in this One on One.
T&T’s success at the Lucayan Cup Challenge in Bahamas last weekend is being viewed as a major stepping stone for this country’s national beach football team as they look ahead to qualification for the 2017 FIFA Beach Football World Cup.
Swiss Chargers of Switzerland overcame FC Barcelona 2-0 to retain the championship title at the sixth annual Bago Sports Beach Soccer Championship at the Courland Heritage Park, Courland which ended on Sunday.
TRINIDAD AND Tobago’s beach soccer unit defied odds on their way to being crowned 2015 Lucayan Cup champions when the three-day competition climaxed along the white sands of the Beach Soccer and Futsal Facility in Malcolm Park, Bahamas, on Sunday.
Members of the Barcelona football team are raring ahead of the arrival in Tobago for the sixth annual Tobago Beach Soccer Championship at Turtle Beach, Heritage Park from November 13-15.
T&T’s national beach soccer team will take part in th Bahamas Football Association’s Lucayan Cup Challenge this weekend alongside teams from Mexico and the host country.
National beach football team goalkeeper Zane Coker believes this country is on the right path to success and he is predicting that the team will be strong contenders for a spot at the 2017 FIFA Beach World Cup in the Bahamas.
Seasoned beach soccer custodian, Zane Coker, completed his first season as a BSC Bienne Hatchets player in the Suzuki Swiss Beach Soccer League when action concluded along the sandy circuit last week.