Sportastic is continuing its commitment to international fistball. The Women’s Fistball World Championship in November and the IFA World Tour Finals 2024 and 2025 will be played with Sportastic fistballs. This means that the collaboration between the Austrian sports equipment manufacturer and the International Fistball Association will continue.

When the best women’s national teams determine the new women’s world champion in Montecarlo, Argentina, from November 7 to 10, the Sportastic ball will once again be in the spotlight. For the first time since the inaugural event in 1994, a Women’s World Championship will be held in Argentina. Twelve nations are set to take part in the international fistball highlight. As at the last two World Championships in 2018 and 2021, the twelve participating nations will play with the official Sportastic match ball. “We are expecting the biggest Fistball World Championship in history in Argentina,” says Jörn Verleger, President of the International Fistball Association: “We are all the happier that we can rely on the proven quality of Sportastic for the match ball.”

World Tour Finals also with Sportastic balls

The Women’s Fistball World Championship is not the only highlight on the 2024 fistball calendar. The IFA World Tour Finals will also be played with Sportastic balls. “Sportastic has provided the official match ball for our Club World Championship since the first event in 2018. We are very pleased that we can continue this trusting cooperation – even for the next two events,” says IFA Secretary General Christoph Oberlehner. The 2024 World Tour Finals – featuring the eight best men’s and women’s club teams in the world – will take place in Mannheim (Germany) from July 18 to 21. The 2025 event will also take place in Europe. Sportastic will also provide the match ball for the men’s and women’s competition.

“It is with great pleasure that we are once again providing the balls for the World Tour Finals and the Women’s World Cup in Argentina,” says Sportastic Managing Director Thomas Stadler: “The decades-long success story between IFA/EFA and Sportastic is now entering the next round. It’s great that the international sport of fistball has trusted our ball quality for so long. To the next decades!”