Global Rankings

The WFFA Global Rankings are a merit-based method to attribute all active competitive freestylers around the world a position in the global standings according to their results across all official, WFFA-sanctioned Freestyle Football competitions, including National Championships, Pulse Series, World Opens and World Championships.

Following the COVID-19 outbreak in 2020, whilst the sport of Freestyle Football continued to flourish (given that #AllYouNeedIsABall, freestylers could still train alone at home during this time), the WFFA Global Rankings system needed to be reset. During this time, the Association has been working on a new, improved and fairer method, which will be relaunched in 2023 when the full live and online event calendar resumes.

Until the new WFFA Global Rankings system is launched, below you can find details of the current highest performing athletes based on the results of the events that took place in the 2020-2022 period:

2020 Super Ball World Open
Jesse Marlet (The Netherlands)
Aguska Mnich (Poland)
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  2020 Red Bull Street Style
Erlend Fagerli (Norway)
Melody Donchet (France)
  2021 Super Ball World Open
Erlend Fagerli (Norway)
Aguska Mnich (Poland)
2021 Youth Championship
Marc Le Bouteiller (France)
Becka Hugill (UK)
  2021 Red Bull Street Style
Erlend Fagerli (Norway)
Lia Lewis (UK)
  2022 Super Ball World Open
Erlend Fagerli (Norway)
Aguska Mnich (Poland)
  2022 Red Bull Street Style
Erlend Fagerli (Norway)
Caitlyn Schrepfer (USA)
2022 Youth Championship
Jonathan van Rijsbergen (Netherlands)
Isabel Wilkins (UK)

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