Play 4 Life in Den Haag

During the European Championship

July 16 – July 20

Take the chance and train at the beach in Den Haag and watch the best European players in action.

Passion, action and friends for life.

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From Monday the 16th to Friday the 20th training is given each morning 1,5 hour with groups of max 7 people. All levels are welcome! Three afternoon sessions included.


Scheveningen Strand

Included in the camp

Training, welcome gift and fun activities.

1 Week


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European Championship

From the 15th to the 21st of July the European Championship will be held in The Netherlands. The pool play is divided into 4 cities, Apeldoorn, Den Haag, Rotterdam and Utrecht, where most of the play-off will be in Den Haag.

On the 15th an opening match will be held in the evening in Den Haag. All the pools of the men will start on Monday the 16th and the women matches will begin on Tuesday the 17th of July.

Flight information

Amsterdam Airport Schipol is the closest airport. Take the train for 30 minutes to reach Den Haag central station. Then take a bus or tram to Scheveningen beach.


Living is not included in the camp. Our recommendation is to look at AirBnB and see the different options.


Wesley Pinheiro

Head coach

Professional coach who has dedicated many years to beach volleyball and has been working with great players from Brazil and several other countries. His method focuses developing mental skills, in giving individual feedback and working with the tactical aspect of the game, from training to match.

Karin Lundqvist


Karin has been playing professionally in Brazil and USA with great results, and has won the Swedish Championship 7 times with 7 different partners, as well as two 9th place finishes in the European Championship. Karins career is truly inspiring and she forms the heart of Team Play 4 Life.

Elias Machado


With great energy and enthusiasm Elias will share his knowledge with you and get you to push yourself to a new level. His main experience he gained in Brazil, but he also has worked with the Swedish National team.