Widely recognised as one of the pioneers of freestyle football, Andrew is a three-time World Freestyle Football Champion and the UK’s freestyle champion for five years running. Having grown up in Cornwall with an incredible passion for sport, a horrific leg break did not deter Andrew from sport – but rather fueled his desire to succeed.
After deciding to focus on freestyle football, he quickly progressed from being a young prodigy to winning his first world title in 2011. Andrew’s consistency, raw talent and strict training regime allowed him to go on to win two more world titles and numerous competitions, becoming the most successful freestyle footballer to have ever lived.
Alongside his ‘on field’ successes, Andrew has become something of a viral sensation on numerous occasions, with one video of him performing in different locations in London racking up nearly 9 million views on YouTube alone.
Andrew now divides his time between competing, performing and developing freestyle football into a global sport. Having performed with the likes of David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Neymar and Cafu, and at prestigious events such as the London Olympics in 2012 and the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Andrew has rapidly grown into the face of freestyle football on the world stage.