Since 2021, the World Freestyle Football Association has organised a yearly tournament aimed at the youngest members of its global community: the World Youth Freestyle Football Championship!
This global competition allows freestylers up to the age of 16 to show off their skills and prove that they deserve a spot among the competitive elite of the sport. The tournament is held completely online and is evaluated by a team of first-class judges from all continents, including former World Champions. Male and female freestylers are welcome to join, as the competition offers separate categories for each gender.
The tournament’s second edition saw Isabel Wilkins, from the UK, and Jonathan van Rijsbergen, from the Netherlands, lift the trophy. You can rewatch the 2022 World Finals in the dedicated article about them; to review the results of former editions of the WFFA Youth Championship, check out the Official Champions page.
For more information about the 2023 edition of the competition, please check the corresponding Event Page on our website!
For more information about the activities of the WFFA, follow its official channels to get the latest updates!