World Freestyle Football Association

The World Freestyle Football Association (WFFA) is the global governing body for freestyle football – the art and sport of juggling a football using all parts of the body to entertain audiences and outperform opponents in competitions. It is a fusion of tricks with a ball, dance and music. Spanning 114 countries, the WFFA works to inspire healthy active lifestyles among people of all ages. There are just over 10,000 freestyle-football athletes participating in the sport, although the total number of people who participate and enjoy freestyle football can be paralleled to mainstream soccer, because everyone who plays football will juggle with the ball at some stage. The WFFA organizes the World Freestyle Football Championships and has created a rankings system and support structure that allows anyone to pick up a ball and not only enjoy the sport, but also develop their own pathway to becoming a professional. Anyone can get into freestyle football – all you need is a ball!

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Most full volley rebounds in 30 seconds

The most full volley rebounds in 30 seconds is 28 and was achieved by John Farnworth (UK) at the National Football Museum in Manchester, UK, on 25 Aug 2015.