Falz, KCEE, others, to thrill fans at African Freestyle Football Championship
Feet and Tricks International, organisers of the first ever African Football Freestyle Championship in Africa, has assured participants and fans of the sport that the competition scheduled to hold between September 13 and 15 2018 at the Balmoral Convention Centre, Federal Palace Hotel in Lagos, will be one to remember for a long time.
The 2018 Africa Freestyle Football Championship, which is being planned as a perfect fusion of freestyle football and entertainment, will feature top musical, dance artists and world-renowned freestylers.
Top among musical and entertainment stars are FALZ De Bad Guy, KCEE, Mayorkun, Vanessa M’Dee (from Tanzania), Slimcase, Mr. Real and the renowned world acclaimed dancer, Kaffy.
Other performances include Xplicit and Dream Catchers. The event will be hosted both in English and French by DJ Shoddy and Mimmie to ensure that French-speaking audience are not left out.
Speaking on the plans for the three-day event, the Chairman, Feet ‘n’ Tricks International, Valentine Ozigbo, explained that preparations have been in top gear to ensure that the pioneer African Freestyle Football Championship meets all expectations and more. “I want to assure all that no stone will be left unturned to make it world-class and a very memorable one for all the lovers of the sport.
Ozigbo noted that, being the pioneer edition, “We will be engaging African freestyle footballers, sports enthusiasts, sports officials and the general public with the sole aim of creating awareness about freestyle football, providing talented Africans a new platform to showcase their skills to the world and ultimately deepening love for the sport.
“We are excited to pave a new direction for freestyle football in Africa,” said Ozigbo, Chairman of Feet ‘n’ Tricks International. “Feet ‘n’ Tricks International, expects at least 120 freestylers from Africa to be represented at this Championship. We will work on the development of African freestyle talents and continually exploit all available resources to create more awareness for the sport.”
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