The European Beach Rugby Association, gathered in assembly in Marseille, has decided the dates of the EBRA Series 2023. It will start from Porto on 17/18 June, and then move to The Hague on 24 and 25; July will start from Lignano Sabbiadoro (1/2), continue to Benidorm (8/9), then fly to Balton Lake (15/16), while the final will be played in Marseille on the weekend of 22 and 23 July. Alba Adriatica, on the other hand, has decided to leave the European circuit due to organizational difficulties.

 

Kasper Blejenberg, EBRA president: “We come from the summer of the post-pandemic restart and I must say that we are very proud of our circuit. Of course, we will implement some small improvements but overall we have been good at withstanding the impact. We always look to the future. with great enthusiasm and positivity. We must and want to work hard to ensure the best in this fantastic world of beach rugby. ”

 

Lionel Laugier, one of the historic members of EBRA: “This assembly in Marseille was important in defining the future objectives and development strategies of EBRA. We all found ourselves united in the desire to continue investing on the international circuit to make it more exciting and professional. Personally I face this new season of beach rugby with great enthusiasm and desire to put EBRA more and more at the center of the development of Continental beach rugby and, why not, also of the World one “.

 

Ebra Series 2023

17-18 June Porto (PORTUGAL)

24-25 June The Hauge (HOLLAND)

1-2 july Lignano (ITALY)

8-9 july Benidorm (SPAIN)

15-16 july Balaton Lake (HUNGARY)

22-23 july Marseille Master Final (FRANCE)