Footvolley World Challenge - Cascais 2019

23/03/2019 - 24/03/2019

The biggest show of the World Footvolley is back in Portugal!

On the 23rd and 24th of March, the magnificent city of Cascais welcomes the main footvolley athletes in an event that promises a lot of spectacle and animation under a magnificent natural setting.

PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES: Portugal (4), Netherlands, Colombia, Germany (2), United Arab Emirates, Brazil (2), Spain (2), United Kingdom, Israel, Norway
 

  • Brazil 1: Luiz Diego Antunes Nogueira (Diegão) / Maurício de Sousa Jotha (Blabau)
  • Brazil 2: Rodrigo Bruno de Souza Beze (Alemão) / Victor Manoel Real de Paiva (Victor Real)
  • Colombia: German Salazar / Saldarriaga Franklin
  • Germany 1: Michael Weber / Dennis Weber
  • Germany 2: Roman Uhr / Lukas Kicherer
  • Israel: Amir Zohar / Ben Paz
  • Netherlands: Antonio Aurino / Marcel Birza
  • Norway: Kristoffer Aarskog / Alexander Mørland Karlsen
  • Portugal 1: Filipe Santos / Beto Correia
  • Portugal 2: Nelson Pereira / Pedro Salvador
  • Portugal 3: Ruben Santos / Alexandre Oliveira
  • Portugal 4: Alan Cavalcanti / Bruno Carvalho
  • Spain 1: Edu Baquero / Jaime Lara
  • Spain 2: Natxo Sanchez Bru / Mario Segura Casado
  • United Arab Emirates: Jamal Saif Essa AL Ali / Bakhet Saad Mubarak AL Abdullah
  • United Kingdom: Constantinos Skinitis / Joshua Hinton

 

COMPETITION & SCHEDULE
DAY COMPETITION SCHEDULE
Saturday, 23rd March Group Stage 09H00 - 18H00
Sunday, 24th March Eight Finals 09H00 - 11H00
Quarter Finals 11H00 - 13H00
Semi Finals 14H00 - 15H30
Final and Prize Awards 16H00 - 17H00

 

In a joint organization of the Federação Nacional de Futevólei com a Escolinha de Futevólei Alan Cavalcanti, the event counts as the main supporters of the Municipality of Cascais, as well as some local partners.

 


:: Updated (23/03/2019 - 11:00 p.m.). ::

After the first day of the competition, in a total of 24 games, Brazil 1, Portugal 1, Brazil 2 and the Netherlands have already made it to the quarterfinals.
United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Colombia and Germany 2 were eliminated in the group stage.

The 2nd and final day of the competition will begin at 9:00 am with 8 teams fighting for the final 4 open places for the quarterfinals that will take place from 11:00 a.m. Semi-Finals take place at 2:00 p.m. and the most decisive moment, the Final at 4:00 p.m.

 

:: Updated (24/03/2019 - 11:00 p.m.). ::

Rodrigo Beze (Alemão) and Victor Real representing Brazil were the big winners of the world event held this weekend, March 23 and 24 in Cascais, Portugal.

In the game of all the decisions the valuable and well-known Brazilian team faced the no less strong team of compatriots, constituted by Luiz Nogueira and Mauricio Jotha, in 2 sets to 1 with the results 17x21, 21x18 and 18x21.

The final places of the podium were handed to (3rd) Filipe Santos / Beto Correia (Portugal), who beat the Dutch congener (4th) represented by Antonio Aurino / Marcel Birza, in a single set with the marker to close in 18x11.

During a weekend full of spectacle and many emotions, the animation was a constant, a large audience that sold out the stadium in the bay of Cascais. The event was also broadcast live in livestreaming around the world.

In a joint organization of the Federação Nacional de Futevólei with the Escolinha de Futevólei Alan Cavalcanti, the event counted as main supporters the Municipality of Cascais, as well as some local partners.

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