Freestyle footbag one of the disciplines of footbag sport in which players perform several types of tricks with the bag. The objective of the sport is to continuously perform tricks without dropping the bag.
Some of the most common elements of tricks performed are kicks, stalls, spins, kneeing, and jumps. The sport can be played individually or in pairs.
In freestyle footbag competitions, there are different codes in which players compete, which are
- Routines - Players perform a 90 second routine to a music and are awarded points.
- 30 Second Shred - Players perform tricks for 30 seconds and are judged on technical aspects.
- Sick 3 - Players have to combine three difficult tricks in the best way possible.
- Sick Trick - Players have to perform the most difficult tricks as a single move.
- Rippin' Run - Two players compete head-to-head to perform tricks and the winner moves to the next round.
- Circle Competition - Competitors are divided into four player circles, who perform tricks till all players are eliminated except one.
The Footbag World Championship is a major annual international competition held for the sport where competitions are conducted for both men and women.
- Footbag Net — players have to kick a footbag over a 5ft high net.
- Freestyle Football — athletes compete to perform various tricks using a football.
- Kemari — Japanese traditional sport with the aim to keep one ball in the air.
- Basse — a bag ball game from Norway in which the ball is kept from landing in the player's area, using any part of the body except the hands.
- Chinlone — the traditional sport of Burma or Myanmar, a team sport combined with dance (also known as Caneball).
- Jianzi — a traditional Chinese national sport, where players aim to keep a shuttlecock-type object (called a Jianzi) in the air by striking it predominantly with the legs.
- About Footbag — a group of sports that is named after the ball ("Footbag") that is used to play the sport. Sports include Freestyle and Footbag Net.
- Complete list of sports
- The Encyclopedia of Sports