The recent World Cup has drawn attention to the sport of soccer like no other event in the world. 1.3 billion people watched the final game! By contrast, 111 million watched the 2018 Super Bowl.
Soccer, which simply involves kicking a soccer ball into a net, is incredibly popular worldwide, so why couldn't FootGolf, which is basically a non-team version of soccer, be super popular as well?
There have been two FootGolf World Cups (one in Hungary and one in Argentina) with the next one slated for Morroco in Decmber of this year and a U.S FootGolf World Cup rumored to follow. A FootGolf World Cup in the U.S could be the biggest televised FootGolf event in the sport's history! The event would undoubtedly generate FootGolf awareness and help the sport sky rocket in popularity and participation.
There are currently over 1,000 FootGolf courses through the U.S. and there were nearly 2 million rounds played last year. Premier FootGolf is committed to doubling that number by the time a FootGolf World Cup takes place in this country. Plan a trip to a local FootGolf course with family and friends and check out https://www.gofundme.com/footgolfforall to learn about how we're hoping to spread the sport of FootGolf even further!