Feet 'N' Tricks.

Feet ‘N’ Tricks International Limited is the official host for freestyle football competitions in Africa. We are strongly committed to growing awareness and participation in the art form that is freestyle football. We have hosted successful annual championships since 2017. Freestyle UNLOCKED Africa 2020 will be the 4th edition of the championships. The events are held in partnership with the World Freestyle Football Association, the world body governing the sport.

Flair has always been an integral part of the game’s appeal. The world’s best-celebrated players dazzle with remarkable mastery – using their feet to show great control of the ball. Such has been the influence of ‘feet tricks’ to the game of football that an entirely new competition has been spun to celebrate this element – Ball Juggling.

Our core purpose is to be a World-class, Africa-centered franchise and organizer of freestyle football and other global events.  With its numerous top-rated sponsors and partners, the Company is poised to organize world-class events and administration with the objective of discovering and nurturing talents and putting Nigeria on the map of top freestyle footballers in the World.

Board of Directors

In order to capture the vibrancy and creativity of ball juggling across Nigeria, a select team of successful partners, including one of Africa’s most decorated footballers, Kanu Nwankwo, came together to form Feet ‘N’ Tricks International Limited (‘The Company’). 

Judges and Special Guests

Every year our judges and special guests will be selected and appointed by the World Freestyle Football Association (WFFA).  They consist of renowned world ranking freestylers from various parts of the world that have an equal passion for progressing quality freestyle football.

Rules of Participation

To determine the standing order for freestylers for this round, there is a general seedling of players. There are four groups of athletes created based on the seedling. Every athlete is in a group of four, meaning they all have all three opponents to compete against. All players get in the circle and battle each other. The number of circles depends on the number of athletes registered to compete...