20th to 26th August 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic

Venue

Czech Republic have hosted Super Ball events for the past 8 years and all athletes have become used to the format and service that this competition provides. That is why there has been only slight changes to the schedule. Now, there is going to be around 200 participants in 10 competitions, Super Ball needs an entire week to select the best ones who enter the final stage.

Qualification (22nd – 25th August 2017)

  • Famous athletic area of Slavia Prague, Prague 10 – Vrsovice
  • Dance dark non-slippery flooring for the best performance
  • Roofed tribune and stage to secure dry duration of event
  • Event hotel next to the field
  • Non stop Tesco supermarket 6 minutes walk from the hotel
  • Freestyle shop offering various merchandise open every day
  • Restaurants serving daily menus for great price in close surrounding
  • Gym available for night training from 10pm to 4am every day
  • Fitness center next to the gym for reasonable price
  • Swimming pool available just behind the corner
  • 24/7 bar in lobby of hotel
  • Day and night trams connection to city centre
  • Online live stream delivers the whole week duration to the world
Qualification venue

This whole week will lead to one moment only, the final stage. Super ball 2016 was held on main square of Liberec with a big stage, professional lights and sound equipment pimped with video screens. This year all finalists will compete for the world title at a spectacular venue on the square of Jan Palach next to national opera building Rudolfinum with one of the best backdrops in Europe.

Final day (26th August 2016 at 18:00 CET)

  • Top 16 battles, top 5 routines, top 5 double routines & female battle final
  • Breath-taking set up with professional equipment
  • Warm up zone and locker rooms with refreshments secured
  • Animations and videos developed by Motionhouse for the forth year in a row
  • Finals hosted by one and only Lorenzo Pinciroli from the Italian crew ‘Da Move’
  • Czech commentary handled by famous radio star Petr Cerha alias Nasty
  • Seating for all players secured close to the stage
  • Catered VIP lounge for partners and important people
  • Video crew present to stream the final on O2 Sport TV
  • Online live stream delivers this whole event to the world
  • Transport to after party straight from the venue by guide
Final venue
Author: Daniel Baránek
Licence: CC BY-SA 4.0
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