Freestyle footballer Rebaz Mohammed is a Guinness world record holder, considered to be one of the best professional football freestylers in the world. He has performed all over the UK entertaining thousands of people with his incredible freestyle football skills.
During this time he has gained a large worldwide social media fanbase.
Here we have a very experienced freestyler and when it comes to performing to an audience he also knows how to keep the crowd entertained with his friendly personality.That is why he was awarded The Best Professional Football Freestyler – West Midlands by LUX LIFE magazine.
Freestyle Footballer Rebaz Mohammed
Freestyle footballer Rebaz competes at various freestyle tournaments and is currently ranked one of the TOP freestyler footballers in the country. What an amazing achievement for this corporate entertainment freestyle footballer Rebaz.
Freestyle football is the art of juggling a football using any parts of the body, excluding the elbows to the hands. It combines football tricks, dance, acrobatics and music to entertain onlookers and compete with opponents. The official governing body for this sport is known as the World Freestyle Football Association (WFFA)
The art of freestyle football can be traced to games of Southeast Asia such as chinlone, jianzi and sepak takraw, which have been practised for 2,000 years. Fundamental freestyle tricks such as the ‘Neck Stall’ and ‘Around The World’ were first popularly performed in the West by circus performers, notably including Enrico Rastelli and Francis Brunn.
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At the beginning of the 21st century, several significant events helped elevate freestyle football with broader recognition. Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho starred in Nike advertising campaigns such as ‘Joga Bonito’ (English: The Beautiful Game), which popularised the ability to practice alone with a ball and develop new moves and tricks.
Footballer Sandy Levittas (a.k.a. Bambiball) was among the first women to share videos of her freestyle skills, which inspired more girls to take up the sport.Different styles were then developed such as lowers, uppers, sit-downs, grounds and blocking. Wikipedia.