Welcome; Freestyle Football, the new sport in Uganda

Welcome; Freestyle Football, the new sport in Uganda

By Emmanuel Sekago
Freestyle Football Federation Uganda (FFFU) is the official governing body for the new sport ‘Freestyle Football’ recognised by  World Freestyle Football Association.
To the letter addressed to wallnetnews  signed by Lugemwa Patrick the Country Leader Freestyle Football Association (WFFA) unveiled exciting development in the world of sports in Uganda—the establishment of Freestyle Football Uganda, a dynamic and passionate community dedicated to promoting and advancing the art of freestyle football in our country.
Lugemwa the Country leader of the new sport in Uganda
Freestyle Football Uganda aims to bring together talented freestyle footballers, enthusiasts, and fans to showcase their skills, foster a sense of community, and contribute to the growth of freestyle football as a recognized and respected sport in Uganda.
According to the other  document seen by wallnetnews  signed by Steve Elias, the president of WFFA,  acknowledges that FFFU is the only authoritative body to organize and sanction Freestyle Football events in Uganda.
Kamonga kissing the ball
“World Freestyle Football Association acknowledges Freestyle Football Federation Uganda (FFFU) as the only organization with the authority to organize and sanction Freestyle Football events, issue official certificates, approve all Freestyle Football-related activities and accredit champions in Uganda. In the same vein, WFFA acknowledges Patrick Lugemwa as the leader of the FFFU, as the country leader for the Republic of Uganda, and thus the official representative of the Association in the country.” reads .
One needs to understand that the World Freestyle Football Association is based in Meaowgrove Court, suite 101 in Mississauga, Ontario city in Canada. And Freestyle Football is a way to express yourself throughout football tricks.
There are uncountable different versions of tricks which can be performed in this sport.
Freestyle Football Federation Uganda (FFFU) recognition letter from World Body
The tricks usually are done with the feet, head and the hand, One of the most popular tricks is the “Around the World” which is also performed by multiple football stars like Neymar and Ronaldo to warm up before a match. Unfortunately, most of the other tricks in freestyle football are far more different from classical football.
Even if the name hints to classical football, the sport freestyle football has no direct link to classic football on the pitch and is therefore a sport on its own.

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