Beach Soccer WC: Eagles get Three Star Resort in the Bahamas ( Once owned by Trump )

Beach Soccer WC: Eagles get Three Star Resort in the Bahamas ( Once owned by Trump )

Nigeria’s Sand Eagles and 15 other countries at the Beach Soccer World Cup will enjoy the sun and sandy beaches of Bahamas on the luxurious Three Star, Atlantis Resort Paradise Island Hotel.

The Resort was partly owned by current President of the United States of America, Donald Trump.

 


Paradise Island is an ocean-themed resort on Paradise Island in the Bahamas.

 

The Eagles, who are making their fifth appearance in the Beach Soccer World cup, will face Italy, Mexico and Iran in Group B of the World Cup.

 

In a chat with brila.net , Technical Director of the Bahamas Football Association ( BFA ), Gary Macham assured the Nigerian contingent of adequate security and a good atmosphere throughout the tournament.

Audu “Ejo” Adamu’s men will open their account against Italy’s Gli Azzurri on 27 April at the Nassau Stadium.

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