More than 80 performances will combine to six hours of elite cheerleading and cheerdance on each day of the competition. Berlin’s Max-Schmeling-Halle on 21 and 22 November will feature a full schedule with only little breaks.
Tickets are on sale at Gegenbauer Ticketservice and should also still be available at the venue’s box office. And of course nowhere else than inside the arena the special atmosphere of a Cheerleading World Championship will be as intense as it can get. Which is obvious, as this is what cheerleading is about in the first place: to interact with the crowds in the stands and get everybody off their seats.
But for those who can not make it to Berlin or only for one of the two competition days, there will be the next best thing: live streaming of the entire 8th IFC Cheerleading World Championships. All teams, all competitions, the complete championships will air live here on November 21 and 22: http://www.berlin2015.org/live/