Beginning in the sands of Copacabana, in 1965, footvolley was born out of a restriction imposed on a group of friends who found a way to keep the ball in the air.
A game that started with six members in each team, today is played in pairs and lives in a constant technical evolution.
Find out how World Footvolley seeks to generate attractiveness and recognition for the sport that is already practiced in more than 40 countries.
Increase the recognition and credibility of footvolley in the sports market, developing its value as a modality and offer of entertainment, to make it increasingly practiced and commercially attractive.
Strengthen World Footvolley as a reference in the international market, so that, in three years, we will be one of the most attractive offers in the sports and entertainment fields, generating business opportunities in at least 30 countries.
Prioritize standards of excellence, with a focus on the formation of idols, unity among interest groups, innovative and pioneering proposals and business management.