FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup record
Paraguay made their Beach Soccer World Cup debut at the seventh edition in Tahiti in 2013, where they were eliminated in the group phase. They also fell at the first hurdle two years later in Portugal, but not before causing considerable problems for a strong Russia side and eventual runners-up Tahiti. Los Pynandi finally made it to the quarter-finals at Bahamas 2017, where they narrowly lost out to eventual runners-up Tahiti.
The road to Paraguay
As the host nation, Paraguay qualified automatically for the competition.
Did you know?
- The pivot Pedro Moran won the adidas Golden Boot at Portugal 2015 with eight goals.
- Moran is also his country’s leading scorer at World Cups with 15 goals in total: the aforementioned eight as well as three at Tahiti 2013 and four at Bahamas 2017.
- Paraguay will be appearing at their fourth successive Beach Soccer World Cup, putting them fourth behind Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay in terms of participations by South American sides.