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About Streetkings

Streetkings Street Football, a sublabel of Streetkings Global, is an organization of street football players who came together to give people one main platform to watch the best street football players perform, make use of our services and follow our activities. We provide demonstrations, clinics, events, photoshoots, masterclasses and...

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What is street football?

Street Football or Street Soccer, everyone knows it even though it’s only recently really popular and famous. On the streets it´s long played among soccer players but then it was not about scoring goals. The ultimate moment was a hard shot into the top corner, now is different. No big goals with keepers, but small goals without goalie and scoring no longer is important. It stands at only one thing: the humiliation of your opponent. 

Types 
Basically there are three different parts to play it: street soccer, freestyle tricks and Panna Knock Out Street Football is most like Soccer. The goal is to, as with soccer, to score more goals than your opponent. 

Rules 
Every game has its rules, so even in street. Because there are few fixed rules for street, they often vary per tournament. Do you have a small field of 25 by 15 meters, you play often with fewer players than you would in a field of 35 to 20 meters. The advantage of the street is that the flexible rules can play almost anywhere and also the way you play the way you want! 
 Here are a few basic rules: 
• All footwear is allowed, 
• There should be continuous change; 
• The fields are about 35 long and 20 meters wide (depending on location) 
• There is no offside rule; 
• You may score from anywhere in the box. 
• Small goals are 3 meters wide and 1 meter high (in the absence of small goals pawns can also be used); 
• Races vary from 12 to 40 minutes (depending on the tournament). 

Street soccer is mainly by young people between 10 and 18 played and in the Urban city´s, street soccer tournaments are regularly organized for young people. This ranges from schools to a real championship NK street. 

Panna Knock Out, played at a small round one on one style. At a Field that is defined by a circular wall. The goal is to score as many goals. But when the opponent during the game play’s the ball between your legs (Panna), you lost! If during the match there is no Panna fallen, the one with the most goals win. During a match, many feints and actions taken to challenge the opponent by the legs and then play. 

Freestyle, The Player relates to varriant doing freestyle tricks. Again competitions where the participants try to maximize difficult to perform tricks and combinations. The jury assessed the participants by means of a score. Whoever ultimately wins the most points. Participant at every tournament trying to invent new tricks in this way the jury to show that they are the best.

Win a clinic from Edje on April 16th on TV-program Utopia!

On April 16, 2014 Edward van Gils will give a street soccer workshop for 20 children. The event starts at 14:00 and lasts until 16:30 hours. The clinic will take about one hour and a half and is completed with a delicious pancake. Sign up at www.sbs6.nl/utopia by the contactform on their website with the subject Football Clinic. First come, first served!

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Freestyle World Championship - march 2011

Freestyle World Championship - march 2011

ABU DHABI - On March 4 & 5 2011 in Abu Dhabi, UAE there will be a Battle Royal called “The Samsung MotG Freestyle World Championships 2011

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