Radheya: “I have always loved skills, it was my favourite part of football”

I think all you guys know him, Radheya is going very good on the gram these days. Do you want to know how he experienced the journey so far? Take a look at the interview we made with him.
December 30, 2019/by Panna Knock Out

Zohair Arbib: “My goal is to be the number 1 at the first upcoming panna tournament!”

Most recently playing at the Ronaldinho Globe Street Soccer Tournament and know for a long time in the street football scene. We talk with Zohair Arbib today, an example for many.
December 27, 2019/by Panna Knock Out

SoufSkills: “Thanks to my father and Ronaldinho I’m the skiller who I’m today”

Soufskills, most people know him as a creative guy who combines street football and field football in an original way. What makes him unique in what he does. We talk to him about how he got here and what we can expect from him in the future.
December 26, 2019/by Panna Knock Out

Noah Kofi: “Being a part of the PannaHouse crew is a big part of my life”

Noah Kofi, member of the PannaHouse community and a great panna and groundmove player. All the way from Denmark we spoke with the future talent about his life. We’re excited about the story of this talent.
December 22, 2019/by Panna Knock Out

After WSF with EasyMan: “Playing with my brother was a dream that came true”

After WSF with EasyMan, Jeand won the 3vs3 all-star tournament while WSF together with his brother Randy Doest and Orry Promes from the Ronaldinho’s Globe street team.
December 20, 2019/by Panna Knock Out

Throwback Thursday: to the streetsoccer documentary from PannaHouse in 2014

This documentary is produced by Maxx Grummer for his studies at LMU. It features the Copenhagen Panna House player Amin Benmoumou and his teammates Kristoffer Liicht and Suell Osmani The Gypsy.
December 19, 2019/by Panna Knock Out

“On the spot with Luis Capilla”, guided by reason and heart for street football

In our new serie “On the spot with...” we talk with our community all over the world, what they do for the scene and what their goals are. Today we talk with Luis Capilla.
December 17, 2019/by Panna Knock Out

Martijn Debbaut: “Playing for Neymar Jr. his team was sick!”

He started as a youth player at his local club now he is an all-round street football player. Today we discuss the way that Martijn Debbaut walked in his current career.
December 16, 2019/by Panna Knock Out

After WSF with Takuto Koguro: ‘’I try to pull new people to the Japanese street football scene’’

The winner of the Panna Knock Out World Championships on WSF, Takuto Koguro. All the way from Japan he came to Rotterdam for playing the tournament. At the end of the day he became the new Panna Knock Out World Champion.
December 15, 2019/by Panna Knock Out