Longest footvolley marathon
Daniel Neuhold, Klemens Hofmann-Wellenhof, Jakob Hofmann-Wellenhof, Lorenz Saurugger
24 hours hour(s)
Austria (Graz)
Age Restriction: Applications for this record title will only be accepted if the applicant is 16 years of age or over.

The longest footvolley marathon is 24 hours and was achieved by Daniel Neuhold, Lorenz Saurugger, Klemens and Jakob Hofmann-Wellenhof (all Austria) at event organised by Footvolley Steiermark (Austria), in Graz, Austria, from 13-14 August 2021.

Footvolley is a game that is very similar to Beachvolleyball, played on the same court in teams of 2. The main difference is that the players may not use their arms and hands. Our goal is to set the world record for the longest non-stop footvolley game in history. The city of Graz (~300.000 citizens) is going to launch the "year of sport 2021" and wants to push all kinds of sports to improve the population's health and to support sports clubs.

We want to organise the "Guinness World Record" attempt and thereby increase the popularity of footvolley and increase the number of club members