The WFFA launches a brand-new website

The World Freestyle Football Association (WFFA) has reached today a key milestone in the process of digitalisation of its assets – and the sport of Freestyle Football itself: the launch of a brand-new website, built in partnership with the sports technology brand GameDay. The new digital platform has been created to act as a hub for all the activities around Freestyle Football, from live event registration and ticketing to online membership of the Association. The global community of freestyle professionals, amateurs and fans will be able to find a wide range of resources and information in an easier and faster manner than in the previous online home of the WFFA.

The new WFFA website will include a calendar with a comprehensive guide to all the competitions organised by the Association (notably, but not limited to, the Super Ball, Red Bull Street Style and the Youth World Championship), as well as rulings, rankings, news and training programs. The site will also offer a library of assets and resources for media, as well as a dedicated space for the WFFA partners – including the likes of Red Bull, Soccerex, SWRL, 4Freestyle, AYNIAB, GameDay and the most recent addition, German football powerhouse Borussia Dortmund.

“We are tremendously proud to present the new WFFA website to the freestyle community worldwide”, said Steve Elias, President of the WFFA. “Our aim has always been to help freestylers of any level and fans of the sport to connect with us and among themselves to strengthen the community: we are certain that our new digital home will be a huge step forward in this direction.”

“We believe this is great news, both for the WFFA and for the sport of Freestyle Football as a whole”, said Dan Wood, Head of Partnerships at the WFFA. “This is a cornerstone of the growth plan that we’ve designed for the Association and the sport, that will see a myriad of benefits not just for the community of freestylers but also for the fans of the sport and for our partners around the world. Fasten your seatbelts, though – there is still much more to come in the coming months!”.

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

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