|To register, visit the official page of the event at GameDay: click on the logo and sign up now!|
|Check the official website of the tournament on Tournify: click on the logo for more details!|
The 2023 global Freestyle Football circuit travels to one of the most vibrant cities in Latin America: Pulse Córdoba, the South American qualifier for the Finals of the World Freestyle Football Championship, is around the corner!
The qualifiers of this instalment of the Pulse Series will take place between August 30th and September 1st between 10 am and 5 pm; the Finals will happen the next day, September 2nd, between 12 pm and 6 pm. The best 6 freestylers (3 males and 3 females) will earn themselves a trip to Nairobi, Kenya to participate in the World Freestyle Football Championship Finals!
This Pulse Event will host a 1×1 battles competition open to all freestylers from the Americas; there will be two Pulse Events in the region, one in the North and one in the South, but both will be open to freestylers from all across the continent. To ensure that their country is eligible for this competition, freestylers can check the official Regional Division of the WFFA. The signups process will open on May 25th and close on August 25st; there will be no extensions, so all athletes who haven’t signed up by the end of the registration period will not be allowed to compete.
On top of the 1×1 battles, this Pulse Event will also include the Latin American Freestyle Football Tournament, aimed at freestylers from all the region and including the following categories:
Freestylers will be able to select which competitions they want to join during the registration process, just like with the Super Ball World Open. There will also be accommodation options at the nearby Hotel Sol de Piedra, with participants being able to choose between single, double or triple rooms at discounted rates.
The WFFA has set up a refund policy for registrations for all Pulse Events; athletes who can’t travel due to a justified reason (i.e. sickness, injury or denial of travel visa) can ask for their money back, but in the case of the Hiroshima event, only before August 18th. The organising committee strongly recommends all athletes who need a visa to get their invitation letter first using the widget available below: once they are cleared to travel, they may sign up as participants.
Athletes under the age of 18 will be allowed to participate, but they will need to upload a signed Parental Form at the end of the registration process. For more details, check the links below!
If you need an official invitation letter from the WFFA to request a visa from the corresponding embassy, fill in this form and we'll prepare it for you!
Are you willing to compete in this Pulse Event? Then make sure to check the files in the list below: they include all the information you may need to make the most out of your trip!
|Parental form: a necessary document for all under-18 freestylers, to be uploaded at the end of the registration process via GameDay
|List of Services: a document that includes all available products for the event and their respective prices (In Spanish)|
|Athlete Handbook: find all the information about this event in a single place, including details about the location, the host city, the local culture… and much more! (In process)|
|Afterparty: make sure to be at the right place at the right time for the event afterparty! (In process)|
Stay tuned to the official channels of the WFFA to follow the latest updates!