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Pro Beach Soccer Tour

The Pro Beach Soccer Tour (PBST) are international events in the sport of beach soccer. First started in 1996, the PBST is an international exhibition tour in beach soccer allowing teams to practice in beach soccer as well as to allow spectators to see the sport. The tour holds events in different locations around the world.

Divisions

Division 1

Spain
France
Portugal
Brazil
Austria
Italy

Division 2

England
Switzerland
Netherlands
United Arab Emirates
Morocco
Belgium

2013

2013 Montenegro Trophy

2012

2012 Montenegro Trophy

2010

2010 Beach Soccer Worldwide Tour

Crocs Challenge Cup 2010

2008

Brazil 4-5 Paraguay
Brazil 7-4 Paraguay
Brazil 4-5 Paraguay

Portugal 8-5 Spain
France 5-6 Europa Sel. [OT]

Third place match: France 7-5 Spain

Final: Europa Sel. 6-5 Portugal

  • BSWW tour Feb 8-10 in Eger (Hungary)

Switzerland 3-1 Poland
Germany 9-8 Hungary
Switzerland 6-3 Germany
Poland 6-4 Hungary
Germany 4-2 Poland
Switzerland 10-6 Hungary

winner: Switzerland

  • BSWW tour April 20 in Puerto Vallarta (Mexico)

Mexico 5-2 World Selection

  • 4 Nations Soccer Cup May 31-June 1 in Winterthur, Switzerland

Portugal 10-1 Netherlands
Switzerland 9-2 Germany

Third place match: Netherlands 5-2 Germany

Final: Portugal 5-1 Switzerland

Turkey 7-6 Hungary
Czech Rep. 5-1 Norway
Israel 6-4 Germany [not for the Cup]

1/2 finals
Germany 4-1 Czech Rep.
Israel 11-4 Turkey

Fifth place match
Hungary 8-6 Norway

Third place match
Turkey 9-7 Czech Rep.

Final
Israel 4-3 Germany

Germany 4-3 Austria
Switzerland 6-4 Czech Rep.

Third place match: Austria 5-3 Czech Rep.

Final: Switzerland 6-1 Germany

Israel 3-11 Brazil

Switzerland 7-8 Brazil

Spain 6-2 Azerbaijan 

Switzerland 4-2 Hungary
Austria 4-3 Slovakia

Third place match: Slovakia 8-6 Hungary

Final: Switzerland 9-3 Austria

2007

  • BSWW tour Jan 14 at Enseada Beach in Guarujá, Brazil

Brazil 7-6 World Selection

  • Nations Cup March 9–11 at Enseada Beach in Guarujá, Brazil

France 7-2 Peru
Brazil 8-0 Mexico
France 5-1 Mexico
Brazil 9-2 Peru
Mexico 4-3 Peru
Brazil 9-2 France

Winner:Brazil

  • BSWW tour May 6 in Tarragona (Playa de l'Arrabassada)

Brazil 5-4 European All-Stars

Israel 6-5 England

  • BSWW tour June 15–17 in Winterthur (Wachter Areal), Switzerland

Portugal 6-5 England
Switzerland 13-1 Austria

Third place match: Austria 4-3 England

Final: Switzerland 4-1 Portugal

Germany 4-3 France
Israel 6-3 Turkey

Third place match: France 6-4 Turkey

Final: Israel 4-3 Germany

Switzerland 5-10 Brazil

  • BSWW tour Dec 12 at Clube Escola Édson Arantes do Nascimento (Pelézão), Brazil

Brazil 5-0 World Selection

2006

  • BSWW tour June 21–23 in Bern

Hungary 6-5 Switzerland
Hungary 10-4 Belgium
Hungary 9-8 Germany
Switzerland 8-2 Belgium
Switzerland 10-4 Germany
Belgium 6-5 Germany

Winner: Hungary

Portugal 12-3 Netherlands
France 6-5 England
France 7-6 Netherlands [OT]
Portugal 7-4 England
France 8-7 Portugal
England 7-5 Netherlands

Winner: France

  • BSWW tour Oct 7-8 in St-Pierre de la Reunion

Italy 3-2 Reunion [OT]
France 15-4 Madagascar

Third place match: Reunion 12-4 Madagascar

Final: France 3-3 Italy [OT; 3-2 pen]

Friendly match Oct 6 France 6-9 Reunion

2005

Semifinals Brazil 10-2 Portugal
France 7-6 Switzerland

Third place match: Switzerland 7-6 Portugal [OT]

Final: Brazil 13-10 France

Semifinals
Germany 9-5 Turkey
Netherlands 5-4 England

Third place match
Turkey 9-6 England

Final
Germany 5-4 Netherlands

Brazil 5-3 Spain
Norway 3-1 France
Spain 4-3 France
Brazil 11-2 Norway
Spain 5-3 Norway
Brazil 5-1 France

Winner: Brazil

Brazil 8-3 Spain
France 7-2 Norway
France 8-2 Spain
Brazil 12-3 Norway
Spain 4-0 Norway
Brazil 5-3 France

Winner: Brazil

Brazil 6-4 World Selection

2004

Portugal - Switzerland
Spain - France
Portugal - France
Spain - Switzerland
Portugal - Spain
France - Switzerland

Winner: Portugal

Italy 6-4 Switzerland
Belgium 8-7 France [OT]

Third place match: France 11-5 Switzerland

Final: Belgium 8-4 Italy

  • France All Star Game Oct 10 in Bercy POBB, Paris

PSG Legends 4-3 FC Porto Legends
France All Star 5-5 Dream Team
Europe Sel. 3-7 Brazil

2003

  • BSWW tour July 20–21 in Athinai

Greece 4-8 Brazil
Greece 3-14 Brazil

2002

  • BSWW tour Aug 24-25 in Knokke - Belgium

France 9-4 Belgium
Germany 9-7 Italy

Third place match: Belgium 8-4 Italy

Final: France 4-2 Germany

2001

Brazil 11-3 Turkey
USA - Italy
Brazil 12-1 Italy
USA - Turkey
Turkey 7-5 Italy
Brazil 6-2 USA

1. Brazil
2. USA
3. Turkey
4. Italy

France 7-3 UAE
Italy 2-0 Spain
Germany 3-2 England
France 4-3 Italy
UAE 8-5 England
Spain 7-2 Germany
Germany 9-3 UAE
Italy 5-1 England
France 6-4 Spain

Table:
1. France 3 3 0 0 9
2. Italy 3 2 0 1 6
3. Germany 3 2 0 1 6
4. Spain 3 1 0 2 3
5. UAE 3 1 0 2 3
6. England 3 0 0 3 0

  • World League June 29 to July 1 in Acapulco, Mexico

Brazil 3-2 Portugal
Spain - Mexico
Brazil 4-2 Spain
Portugal - Mexico
Brazil 5-3 Mexico
Portugal - Spain

Winner: Brazil

Brazil 11-5 Spain
France 6-4 Argentina

Third place match: Argentina 5-4 Spain

Final: Brazil 8-2 France

France 6-5 Thailand

Prince Albert Sel. 6-6 Scandinavia [OT; 2-1 on pen]
Portugal 13-5 Scandinavia
Spain 6-5 Scandinavia [OT]

2000

Brazil 11-2 Portugal
Spain 10-2 France
France 6-5 Portugal
Brazil 4-0 Spain
Spain 5-2 Portugal
Brazil 11-10 France

Table:
1. Brazil 3 3 0 0 26-12 9
2. Spain 3 2 0 1 15- 8 6
3. France 3 1 0 2 18-26 3
4. Portugal 3 0 0 3 9-22 0

Spain 3-1 Italy
Brazil 12-7 France
France 7-5 Spain
Brazil 7-1 Italy
France 6-5 Italy
Spain 5-4 Brazil

Table:
1. Brazil 3 2 0 1 23-13 6
2. Spain 3 2 0 1 13-12 6
3. France 3 2 0 1 20-22 6
4. Italy 3 0 0 3 7-16 0

Germany 6-5 Turkey
Brazil 11-1 Spain
Spain 6-5 Turkey
Brazil 14-0 Germany
Spain 10-4 Germany
Brazil 14-5 Turkey

Table:
1. Brazil 3 3 0 0 9
2. Spain 3 2 0 1 6
3. Germany 3 1 0 2 3
4. Turkey 3 0 0 3 0

1999

  • Pré-mundial Jan 6-7 in Puenta del Este - Argentina

Third place match: Argentina 3-2 Portugal

Final: Brazil 5-4 Uruguay

USA 4-2 Japan
Brazil 11-3 South Africa
Portugal 5-3 France
Spain 9-2 Italy

Semifinals 5-8
Japan 7-3 South Africa
France 8-7 Italy

Semifinals 1-4
Brazil 7-1 USA
Spain 6-2 Portugal

Seventh place match: Italy 6-5 South Africa
Fifth place match: France 7-4 Japan
Third place match: Portugal 3-1 USA
Final: Brazil 7-1 Spain

  • Gala match Sep 19-21 in Monte-Carlo

Prince Albert Sel. 5-7 Brazil
France 5-7 Brazil

1998

Malaysia 3-6 Brazil
Malaysia 4-7 Brazil

  • May in Oviedo

Spain 4-7 Brazil

  • May 27 in Madrid

Europa Sel. 2-7 Brazil
Spain 2-1 Brazil

Prince Albert Sel. 9-14 Brazil
Portugal 2-4 Brazil
Prince Albert Sel. 2-6 Yugoslavia  Yugoslavia

Germany 10-6 Austria
 Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 7-4

Third place match: Austria 4-2 Italy
Final:  Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 6-4 Germany

1997

  • 3rd Miami Cup April 12–13 in Miami Beach, USA

Brazil 7-4 Argentina
USA - Spain

Third place match: Argentina 2-3 Spain
Final: Brazil 8-7 USA

Malaysia 4-10 Brazil
USA 2-4 Brazil

  • World tour of Brazil July 12–13 in Travemünde

USA 3-10 Brazil
Italy 1-5 Brazil

  • World tour of Brazil July 19–20 in Budva, Montenegro

Spain 2-4 Brazil
 Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 2-5 Brazil

  • World tour of Brazil July 26–27 in Alicante

USA 3-5 Brazil
Spain 6-8 Brazil

  • BSWW tour Aug 20-27 in Shirako, Japan

Brazil 13-5 France
Brazil 11-1 Canada
Brazil 5-2 Uruguay
USA - Portugal
USA - Argentina
USA - Japan

Semifinals
Brazil 13-4 Portugal
USA - France

Third place match: Portugal - France

Final: Brazil 9-5 USA

  • Gala match Sep 21 in Monte-Carlo

Prince Albert Sel. 7-5 Spain

1996

Argentina 5-12 Brazil

  • World tour of Brazil June 12–13 in Brighton

USA 3-6 Brazil
Italy 3-12 Brazil

  • World tour of Brazil June in Marseille

Italy 6-9 Brazil
USA 2-3 Brazil

  • World tour of Brazil July in La Panne

USA 4-9 Brazil
Italy 4-9 Brazil

  • World tour of Brazil July in Alicante

Italy 2-8 Brazil
USA 0-4 Brazil

  • World tour of Brazil July in Rotterdam

Netherlands 4-13 Brazil
Italy 4-3 Brazil

  • World tour of Brazil Aug in Budva, Montenegro

England 1-13 Brazil
Italy 4-5 Brazil

  • World tour of Brazil Nov in Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia 1-14 Brazil
Italy 3-5 Brazil

  • Intercontinental Cup July 1996 in Okinawa, Japan

Semifinals

Brazil 15-2 Japan
South Korea - Italy

Third place match
Japan / Italy

Final
Brazil 6-4 South Korea

1995 unofficial

  • 2nd Miami Cup June 2–4 in Miami Beach, USA

USA 7-6 Argentina [OT; on pen]
Brazil 13-9 Mexico
Mexico 4-3 USA
Brazil 2-1 Argentina
Argentina 3-2 Mexico
Brazil 10-3 USA
[5 goals of Zico]

Table:
1. Brazil 3 3 0 25-13 6
2. Argentina 3 1 2 10-11 2
3. Mexico 3 1 2 15-19 2
4. USA 3 1 2 13-20 2

  • Intercontinental Cup July 1995 in Miura, Japan

Semifinals
South Korea 8-3 Japan
Brazil 9-4 Argentina

Third place match
Argentina 13-2 Japan

Final
Brazil 11-3 South Korea

1994 unofficial

  • July in Hermosa Beach, USA

Brazil 5-3 USA

1993 unofficial

  • 1st Miami Cup Nov. in Miami Beach, USA

Brazil 10-3 USA
Argentina - Italy

Third place match: USA / Italy ?

Final Brazil 2-1 Argentina

References

  • FIFA Beach Soccer history
  • PBST Competition guide
  • RSSSF

See also

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