Trinidad and Tobago’s men’s beach soccer team continues to show improvement during a series of warm-up matches against their world-class Paraguay counterparts.
Trinidad and Tobago’s beach soccer men’s team gave an improved performance despite going down 5-2 to their Paraguayan counterparts on Thursday in a friendly in Asuncion, the second in a series of matches against the 2019 Beach Soccer World Cup hosts.
T&T will come up against the USA and host Costa Rica among its three Group C round-robin matches when the 2021 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship takes place in Alajuela, Costa Rica from May 17-23.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Men Beach Soccer team is currently in Paraguay for a two-week residential training camp ahead of the 2021 CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship in Costa Rica.
This country will find out its opponents for the 2021 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship in Alajuela, Costa Rica in May when the confederation stages in live draw from 11am on Monday.
Despite challenges, T&T's Beach Soccer coach Ramiro Amarelle is confident the team can do well at the 2021 CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship in Costa Rica, next month.
Former Barcelona and Spanish beach football star Ramiro Amarelle is T&T's new beach football coach.
T&T men’s beach soccer coach Ramiro Amarelle has wasted little time in getting down to work with this country’s players having undergone his mandatory quarantine at the Home of Football in Balmain, Couva, recently.
Uruguay retained the championship in Tangshan but lost to Bahamas on the final match day, as hosts China miss out on second place with loss to Denmark in the Goalfun CFA Beach Soccer Championship in Tangshan.