Burkina Faso, Cambodia and Jamaica join the Global Network

The most precious structure of the World Freestyle Football Association, the Global Network, keeps growing: three more countries —Burkina Faso, in Africa; Cambodia, in Asia; and Jamaica, in the Americas— have officially joined the list of communities that help the WFFA shape and evolve the sport of Freestyle Football around the world.

Three renowned freestylers and respected figures in their local communities (Abdoul Zizi Kayorgo in Burkina Faso, Long Kim Heng in Cambodia and Adrian Thompson in Jamaica) will become the new Country Leaders of these three countries, the latest to join an organisation that spans over 100 nations in all inhabited continents.

Pekko ‘PeGe’ Piirto, Head of the Global Network, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to welcome yet three more nations to our Network. Each new country brings new ideas to explore and new challenges to tackle: we have no doubt that the three new Country Leaders will do an awesome job and help not just their local communities, but also the sport at a global level.”

Steve Elias, President of the WFFA, added: “The Global Network is surely the most important tool we have to help Freestyle Football communities develop all around the world. It’s really exciting and rewarding to see it growing so quickly across all continents!”.

The task to build the Global Network doesn’t end here: new additions are currently in the making, with individuals in several countries having presented their credentials to join the organisation. The Freestyle Football community can expect more exciting updates very soon!

For more information about the activities of the WFFA, follow its official channels to get the latest updates!

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