ALL STAR CHEER
All Star Cheer is a discipline that involves athletes performing one, two and one half minutes routine composed of tumbling, stunting, pyramid, and dance segments.
All Star Cheer is different from sideline or school cheerleading in that its primary purpose is competition, while sideline or school cheer involves crowd leading as well as the option for competition. All star cheer teams are most often organized and based out of a gym dedicated to cheer and have multiple teams, open to all athletes.
Teams are formed based on ability and age, from beginner to elite, tiny to senior.
In the United States, most All Star clubs, teams, and competitions are under the umbrella of United States All Star Federation (USASF), which includes All Star dance. USASF provides rules, training, credentialing, and information for athletes, coaches, parents and clubs can be found at usasf.net
Do you want to be a part of World Cup Kansas City?
Tryouts are held May 16th-18th. Teams are formed based on age and skill levels. For more information please revert to the tryout information page.