The WFFA unveils the visual identity of the 2023 World Freestyle Football Championship

The World Freestyle Football Association has unveiled the visual identity of the 2023 edition of its most competitive tournament: the World Freestyle Football Championship (WFFC), which this year will take place in Nairobi, Kenya in late November.

This event, the climax of a Freestyle Football competitive circuit that has visited all continents this season, will feature the 32 best freestylers in the world (16 males and 16 females). The athletes who have made it to this year’s World Final have been selected through the Pulse Series, comprising 6 events across all inhabited continents —Africa, Europe, North America, South America and Asia-Pacific— plus an Online qualifier for those who couldn’t make it to a physical competition.

This year’s edition of the WFFC will be held at the extraordinary Bomas of Kenya, in the capital city of Nairobi. The event will be co-organised together with the prestigious Homeboyz, the leading sports events and communications agency in Kenya and in the whole Eastern Africa region.

Lucaso Škoda, Head of Operations at the WFFA, said: “The 2023 edition of the WFFC will be the first-ever with the new global format and under the full ownership of the community. This is yet another evidence of the growth and strength not just of the WFFA as an organisation, but also of the sport of Freestyle Football itself. We can’t wait to put out this extraordinary show to the world!”.

For more information about the WFFC, please visit the corresponding Event Page on our website.

Stay tuned to the official channels of the WFFA to follow the latest updates!

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