adidas bodycare are following four competition winners who are in with a chance of winning the prize of a lifetime - a trip to Brazil.
The final four were chosen as the best entries in adidas bodycare's search to find the next freestyle superstar and their next test is to score a penalty in a one-shot challenge against former Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon.
Taking one penalty each, the team must Get Ready to score three of their four attempts between them to win the prize in the ultimate high-pressure test of nerve.
The four contestants must Demonstrate Determination against a keeper who has played at the very highest level. It is key to Work As A Team if they are to succeed.
Performance needs preparation and Perseverance, and adidas bodycare tracked the four challengers as they practised their penalties ahead of the final test.
The winning contestants are Chris Draper, George MacGill, Stephen Skinner and Will Brammar but do they have the composure to match their freestyle skills?
Chris Draper plays for amateur side North End Galactigos in the Student Union League but readily admits it is more for fun, than an organised team. Aged just 21, he confesses he has no penalty-taking experience prior to this challenge.
George McGill played competitively as a youngster, training with an academy and a centre of excellence, but was never picked up by a professional club. He has worked as a professional football freestyler and is now a coach at an indoor football complex.
Steve Skinner, aged 22 from Devon, has played for Holsworthy seconds and Halwill seconds. He has taken penalties before in school cup competitions but confesses that he has never been very successful.
Will Brammar, 23 plays for Obethur FC in Cheltenham's Sunday League Division Two and boasts 15 years' playing experience. However, like Chris Draper, he admits that he has very little experience when its comes to spot-kicks.
Check out how the final four got ready for their do-or-die moment.
Performance needs preparation. #getready