WORLDWIDE FREESTYLE FOOTBALL PARTNER!
The Freestyle Football Federation and BazookaGoal have partnered up to support the tens of thousands dedicated amateur and professional freestyle footballers and street soccer players around the world. We share each others passion for supporting young talents and the belief that football needs to unfold its creative potential.
F3 is organizing the World Freestyle Day every 1st. of September, gathering freestyle footballers from all over the world who post photos and videos from the day. The event is growing fast with an estimated 10,000 people who took part in 2010 and over 120,000 across 6 continents in 2011! National and local F3 organizations are now starting to pop up around the world in support for perhaps the most technical challenging part of the game.
Last year the Freestyle Football Federation also organized the first World Championships in Freestyle Football. The best 16 freestyle footballers battled it out head to head to become the official World Champion 2011. View video below.
About: Freestyle Football Federation is the world governing body for freestyle football. Promoting freestyle football as a sport in its own right and also a healthy lifestyle choice for young people anywhere – All you need is a ball! (and perhaps a super-functional folding goal to bring with you to the park, street, beach;)
THE INTERNATIONAL STREET SOCCER ASSOCIATION (ISSA)
The International Street Soccer Association (ISSA) has been created for anyone who has an active interest in football coaching. The organisation has not been produced to replace coaching with coaching, but to act as an added value, especially aiding the development of creative players.
In looking into the ISSA, we hope that you will be able to understand some of the key principals and underpinning methods of ISSA Street Soccer coaching. We recognise that our brand of soccer coaching is very different than the vast majority of football coaching. It is outside of the mainstream. In fact, many people watching Street Soccer coaching in action may well wonder what is going on. Where are all the colour co-ordinated cones set up in nice straight lines? Where are the square grids? Where are the fluorescent bibs? Why is there music playing? Why are their posters on the walls? Why have the coaches got hooded sweatshirts? Why are the players practicing tricks? What is that funny circle on the floor, which the players all refer to as a Panna circle? What does that do? Why do they have 3v3 games on that funny pitch?
This ISSA aims to show you street soccer coaching by lifting the bonnet, so that you can see some of the inner workings of the engine. There is a rationale for everything that goes on within the sessions. The coaching system has been very carefully structured to create a learning environment that enables players to realise their potential. This website will detail some of these elements so that you can start to understand why and how ISSA street soccer coaching is delivered.
Through the ISSA Coach Education courses, we start by looking at the reasons why street soccer challenges the normal coaching model in football. We ask how appropriate the traditional methods of coaching actually are in helping our brain learn how to play football. We also look at how experts in human learning would view football coaching because when we appreciate the way players learn, it helps us understand how best to coach.
One of the central themes to the ISSA is the construction of an optimal learning environment. We will look at some of the methods that are used within street soccer to help create an environment where both learning and creativity can flourish. There are a number of specific strategies that street soccer coaches use to encourage creativity.
Does that all sound a bit ‘new age’? As it happens, many of the strategies & approaches that are woven into the fabric of ISSA street soccer coaching have a long track record. The various strategies have been tried and tested for many decades, and even centuries in some cases. We will examine some of these to give you a flavour.
We sincerely hope that you find the ISSA both informative and enjoyable. We hope it will give you and understanding of what street soccer coaches do, how they do it and why.
Please spend some time looking through the website and learning about the world of Street Soccer and the ISSA.
StreetWise Soccer is the UK’s leading provider of Street Soccer Events, Youth Projects, Coaching and Entertainment, delivering innovative and unique services to provide positive experiences for young people, communities and corporate clients. StreetWise Soccer also retail a wide variety of interactive and mobile football arenas, cages and inflatables, ranging from Street Soccer pitches and cages to inflatable shootout games.
In recent years the UK Street Soccer & Freestyle Football scene has flourished with StreetWise Soccer being one of the major driving forces behind this revolution. Using this special brand of urban football, StreetWise specialise in creating inclusive, engaging and high-impact events and projects which use the power of football to meet a range of client needs.
StreetWise Soccer deliver our services using a range of interactive event tools including mobile street soccer cages, arenas and inflatable games. To create a fun and friendly atmosphere, StreetWise also integrate popular music into our events and sessions through our high-quality portable PA systems, with our team comprised of incredibly skilful Street Soccer and Freestyle Football performers, supported by an experienced and creative management team, all of whom are vastly experienced in engaging and interacting with children and young adults in a wide range of scenarios.
In the last year alone over 20,000 children and young adults attended a StreetWise Soccer event in the UK.
Learn more at www.streetwisesoccer.co.uk
Soccer in Slow Motion’s street soccer program is a year-round advanced ball control program with a focus on educating and inspiring players through the learning of creative technical skills. Our methods of teaching help accelerate learning and bring the love of the game back to players of all ages.
TECHNICAL DEFINITION: Executing ground moves, freestyle tricks, and 1v1 moves you want to see over and over again in slow motion. 2. EDUCATIONAL DEFINITION: The act of learning advanced moves through chunking, repetition, & failure, thereby accelerating the learning process.
Copenhagen Panna House (Pannahouse) is a Danish street soccer community which provides trainings, tournaments and shows. Through street soccer we ambition to create a framework, which feeds involvement, leadership and responsibility within urban youth cultures. Pannahouse focuses on creative training methods, availability through online presence, networking, leadership and mentor roles in street culture.
Streetsoccer Belgium is founded in Aarschot in 2007 and has grown to be the largest streetsoccer/freestyle soccer organisation in the Benelux.
With top players like Soufiane Bencok (4x Belgian Champion Freestyle soccer), Thomas Stemgee and Martijn Debbaut is ‘Street Legend’ Ricardo Pinto the face SSB.
We are active on several social media and at the end of 2013 we even launched our unique App for smartphone and available on iOS and Android.
The goal of Streetsoccer Belgium is to promote streetsoccer, futsal and freestyle football in the Benelux.
We also provide training for all youth players through workshops and demonstrations.
Our specialty is Freestyle football shows and Streetsoccer/Futsal 3vs3 Demo games.
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