X, Y and Z mark the spot, as we unveil the final moves from the Red Bull Street Style tricktionary.
The rules are simple: three minutes, two players, one ball, one winner. This is Red Bull Street Style, the world’s premier freestyle football tournament.
Red Bull Street Style burst onto the scene in 2008 with a World Final held in Brazil and global champions were crowned in South Africa (2010) and Italy (2012) before Poland's Szymon Skalski tricked his way to the men's championship in Tokyo in 2013. The last event, held in the historic Pelourinho Square in Salvador, Brazil in 2014, well and truly lived up to the hype, with the best of the best from 44 nations battling it out for the biggest prize in their sport.
Britain's Andrew Henderson captured his first Red Bull Street Style World Final title with an incredible move in the last 30 seconds in that 2014 final, while Carlos Alberto Iacono of Argentina finished in second place. Sixteen-year-old Erlend Fagerli (Norway) beat the odds to finish third in spectacular style, while France's Melody Donchet won the women's title equally impressively.
Now Red Bull Street Style is hitting the UK, with the 2016 World Final taking place in London on November 7-8.