The World Freestyle Football Association announced this week the centralisation of all Asia-Pacific qualifiers for the World Freestyle Football Championship Finals in the Pulse Event in Hiroshima, Japan, as well as the opening of registrations for the European Pulse Event in Riga, Latvia.
Pulse Hiroshima, which was originally planned for June 3-4, will now be happening on September 15-16, a decision aimed at allowing all freestylers from the region to better prepare for the qualifier. The event will now become the only official qualifier in the region for the World Championship Finals, hence granting the 8 best freestylers from Asia-Pacific (4 males and 4 females) the right to travel to Nairobi, Kenya in November. All freestylers who signed up for the original dates of the Hiroshima qualifier in June will be contacted individually and offered to either be registered automatically to the event on its new dates or to be refunded in full.
The updated structure for the Pulse Series, therefore, looks like this:
Besides this, the Association also announced the opening of registrations for Pulse Riga, the European qualifier for the World Championship Finals; this event will take place in the Latvian capital on July 28-29.
The WFFA will announce the exact dates of the rest of Pulse Events (Mombasa, New York and Córdoba) in the coming weeks, ensuring that freestylers are given at least a 3-month notice to sign up and prepare their travels.
For more information about the Pulse Series, please contact the corresponding team at the WFFA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay tuned to the official channels of the WFFA to follow the latest updates!