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Freestyle World Championships to be streamed by Goal

2:59 PM IST 22/08/18
Brynjar Fagerli
Goal to stream the Super Ball 2018 finals, the most prestigious event in freestyle football, featuring over 300 athletes from more than 50 countries

The 10th annual Super Ball is set to take place in Prague this weekend, featuring the best freestyle athletes in the world, with competitions for men, women and teams of two.

For 2018's edition, 316 freestylers from 53 countries will battle it out in front of thousands of fans at the Prague Metronome.

Qualification for the finals will take place on August 22 and 23, with the finals taking place at Saturday, August 25. The action will start at 6pm (UK time) and will be broadcast live on Goal’s Facebook page .

Last year's event saw England's Liv Cooke take the women's title and Ricardinho Araujo from Brazil won the Men's Battles.

The doubles routine title went to Norwegian brothers Erlend and Brynjar Fagerli and France's Gautier Fayolle won the Routine competition.

To find out more, check out the official Super Ball website .

Freestylers to watch out for:

Brynjar and Erlend Fagerli - The Norwegian brothers have previously won gold for their doubles routine, while Erlend was named World Champion at Super Ball 2016.

Tobias Becs - Becs Is a European Champion and the founder of 4Freestyle clothing. He has also won the European Championship and he was a runner up in 2014 Super Ball.

Gautier Fayolle - Fayolle is a French freestyler who is known for his unique style and is the only athlete to win the Super Ball Routine competition. 

Michal "Michryc" Rycaj - A Polish freestyler, Rycaj has won both a Super Ball world championship before and earlier this year landed won the DAZN freestyler masters competition.

Szymon "Szymo" Skalski - Another Polish freestyler, Skalski won Red Bull Street Style world championship in Japan