You can watch the Freestyle Football World Tour Final at the Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia, on Bleacher Report this weekend.
The 2016 Freestyle Football World Tour Grand Final begins at 8:30 a.m. GMT on Saturday, December 3, and will see the top 16 freestylers in the world battle it out over 15 dramatic head-to-head battles to become World Tour champion.
The coverage commences at 8:30 a.m. GMT on Friday, December 2, with the Oceania Freestyle Football Championships, which is directly followed by the Female World Championship.
The 16 men who will participate at Etihad Stadium's Gate 5 were determined at the qualifying event in Calgary, Canada.
Britain's Andrew Henderson is aiming for his fifth world title, while Carlos Iacono, aka Charly, is looking to retain his crown.
Carlos Iacono—"Charly" (Argentina)
Sebastian Ortiz—"Boyka" (Colombia)
Andrew Henderson (UK)
Gautier Fayolle (France)
Szymon Skalski (Poland)
Michal Rycaj (Poland)
Philip Warren Gertsson (Philippines)
Daniel Mikolajek (Poland)
Tobias Brandal Busaet (Norway)
Esteban Hernandez Acosta (Mexico)
Pawel Skora (Poland)
Mondragon Vaz—"M3mo" (Mexico)
Ricardo Arujo—"Ricardinho" (Brazil)
Lukasz Chwieduk—"Luki" (Poland)
Erlend Fagerli (Norway)
Kosuke Takahashi (Japan)
For the first time, eight female freestylers have been invited to participate as they go head-to-head to determine the 2016 World Tour female champion.
Melody Donchet (France)
Kalina Matysiak (Poland)
Agnieszka Mnich (Poland)
Kitti Szasz (Hungary)
Lucia Kevicka (Slovakia)
Liv Cooke (UK)
Caitlyn Schrepfer (USA)
Catalina Vega (Chile)
The stage is set for a heated series of battles, and it will be the athlete with the most consistency, variety, style and technical difficulty who will reign supreme.