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2012
> Prince of Panna
> First European Championship
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2011
> Soufiane Touzani
> From Iskenderun to Beverwijk
> Mo Boutaka scores hattrick
2010
> Panna in Brasil
> First championship at The Bazaar
> Marocco and Macedonia
2009
> Partnership Arsenal
> Welcome party Frank Rijkaard
> Partner Interfut
2008
> Bern turned orange
> First UK Tour
> Hoessain wins for the third time
2007
> Panna and professional clubs
> Mokum Moves
> Hoessain recaptured his title
2006
> Panna and the media
> Panna Penotti
> Boutaka's entrance
2005
> Panna in De Vernieuwing
> First performance abroad
> First Dutch champion
2004
> Logo Panna Knock Out
> Website pannaknockout.org
> Jermaine Vanenburg tournament
2003
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2012
   
Prince Willem-Alexander & Clarence Seedorf

Prince Willem-Alexander & Clarence Seedorf

On 22 November, Crown Prince Willem-Alexander kicked off the Panna Knock Out  tournament in the Maracanazinho stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He played with Clarence Seedorf, Aron Winter and Pierre van Hooijdonk.
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First European Champion

First European Champion

Mo Boutaka wins on May 27, 2012 in Beverwijk the finale of the first European Championship Panna Knock Out. In the final, the Dutchman defeated the Italian Yassine 'Coyote' Abderrahim.
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Real Madrid

Record Foreign Tournaments

In 2012, Panna Knock Out organised a record number of tournaments abroad. Panna travelled to Brazil, Ukraine, Austria, Poland, Qatar and Spain (in collaboration with the Real Madrid Foundation). All tours were offered in collaboration with the embassies and consulates of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the countries in question.

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2011
   
Soufiane Touzani

Soufiane Touzani

One of the most famous freestylers in the world choose the Panna Knock Out Team. The first performances of Soufiane Touzani take place in Den Helder during a Grand Slam Panna KO and in Beverwijk during the Dutch Championships.

Iskenderun Iskenderun

In October 2011, Onur Çevik won the Panna Knock Out tournament in Iskenderun, Turkey. He was congratulated by the mayor and received a ticket for the Panna Knock Out European Championship. Upon his return in Iskenderun, he received a badge of honour from the local authorities and was given a great deal of media attention.

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Mo Boutaka scores hattrick

Mo Boutaka wins for the third time the Dutch Championship Panna Knock Out. In the final he defeated Hoessain Kamal who had previously won the title three times. In the ladies category won Fouzia Taybi. Junior Champion was Danicio Codfried.
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2010
   
Camiel Eurlings lanceert Panna KO in Brasil

Camiel Eurlings lanceert Panna KO in Brasil

Panna Brasil was launched on 8 April in São Paulo in the presence of the Dutch ministers Eurlings and Verhagen. Together with the partners Plataforma Brasil Holanda and the Consulate-General in São Paulo, a Brazilian Panna Knock Out team was set up and trained who will now organise the sport in Brazil.

Read more about the Dutch Championships 2010

Read more about the Dutch Championships 2010

After the Panna Knock Out Dutch Championships, which were held in the Westergasfabriek in November, it was time to take action again. After an absence of a year and a half, the national final was brought back. In May 2010, the Beverwijk Bazaar provided the backdrop to the new edition, at which Mo Boutaka recaptured his title.
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Marokko en Macedonië

Marokko en Macedonië

New countries were discovered. Macedonia was visited for tournaments in Skopje. In Morocco, the team toured around the cities of Casablanca, Tangier, Al Hoceima and Nador. Both tours were offered by the Dutch embassy of the Royal Kingdom of the Netherlands.

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2009
   
Partnership Arsenal in the Community

Partnership Arsenal in the Community

During the UK Tour in 2008, Panna KO visited the Cruyff Court Bergkamp in London to put on a tournament and freestyle shows. The trainers of Arsenal FC were deeply impressed by the game and the skills of the Dutch players. After visiting the 2008 Panna Dutch Championships, they knew that they had to bring Panna to London. Read more >

Welcome party Frank Rijkaard

Welcome party Frank Rijkaard

Galatasaray presented their new coaches Frank Rijkaard and Johan Neeskens during a party at Otto Santral Istanbul, Turkey on 13 November. At the request of the Dutch consulate, Panna Knock Out introduced the Sport from the Streets of Holland to the Turkish club.

Partner Interfut

Partner Interfut

Sportservice Nederland, owner of Panna Knock Out, started a partnership with the firm Interfut. As of 1 May 2009, Interfut now also offers Panna Knock Out tournaments, freestyle shows and clinics in the provinces of Gelderland, Limburg and Noord-Brabant. Interfut is also the main partner for France. In collaboration with the firm, the first tournaments were held in Paris.

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2008

Bern kleurt Oranje

Bern turned orange

During the FIFA European Championships, the overwhelming numbers of Dutch fans literally turned Bern orange. A month before the tournament, Panna Knock Out visited the city. In collaboration with the Dutch embassy, they organised tournaments in order to raise the profile of the Dutch team. Switzerland was only the second foreign country to be visited by Panna Knock Out, after Belgium. Many more would follow.

Eerste UK Tour

Eerste UK Tour

The success in Switzerland was repeated in the United Kingdom. Upon request of the embassy there, tournaments in Scotland and England were visited. The clubs Celtic, Liverpool and Arsenal worked together with Sportservice Nederland to make the tour a success. One year later, a second tour was organised. And Arsenal wanted even more! (see 2009)

Read more about the Dutch Championships 2008

Read more about the Dutch Championships 2008

IIn the Gashouder building at the Westergasterrein, Hoessain Kamal from Alkmaar defeated his opponent Mo Boutaka in a dream final. In the women’s tournament, Solange de Smit took the title, while Chaveiro Foster won the youth tournament. The trophies were presented to the champions by Dutch Secretary of State Jet Bussemaker. Read more >

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2007
   
Panna KO en de BVO's

Panna KO en de BVO's

Professional football became charmed by Panna Knock Out. Since 2006 tournaments in the Netherlands were organized for eg ADO, Ajax, AZ, Feyenoord, Heerenveen, NED and William II. Later foreign clubs as Arsenal, Celtic, Galatasaray, Liverpool and Real Madrid became partners for the tournaments.

Mokum Moves

Mokum Moves

Upon commission by SV Ajax, Panna Knock Out developed a series of films in which football tricks were explained step-by-step. These Mokum Moves, as they were called, became a YouTube hit, receiving a total of one million views.

Read more about the Dutch Championships 2007

Read more about the Dutch Championships 2007

On Sunday 18 November 2007, the Panna Knock Out Dutch Championships took place. The winner was the 19-year-old Hoessain Kamal from Alkmaar. In this dream final, he recaptured his title from the 2006 champion, Mo Boutaka.
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2006
   
Panna KO Special in Klokhuis

Panna in de Media

The Dutch TV program Klokhuis worked with Panna Knock Out for a special broadcasted several times. Panna Knock Out has over the years achieved many media results: National news programs (NOS-journaal, Jeugdjournaal, RTL-Nieuws & Hart van Nederland) and newspapers (front page Telegraaf). In other countries reports are broadcasted by ESPN, BBC, Staryava & Globo Esporte.

Panna Penotti

Panna Penotti

Panna Knock Out and Duo Penotti presented eleven movies with streetsoccer tricks of Calvin Blankendal. When buying Duo Penotti chocolate spread you got a CD-R with the movies. Also on the Internet the tricks were a phenomenon. A movie battle ensued. The film by Rachid Imhaouran was winning.

Read more about the Dutch Championships 2006

Read more about the Dutch Championships 2006

Mohamed Boutaka won his place at the 2006 Panna KO Dutch Championships by winning the Topscore Xperience, the trophy for which was presented to him by Ahmed Aboutaleb. Boutaka’s entrance was unrivalled. He repeatedly and majestically nutmegged his opponents to take the title.
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2005
 

 

Panna in de Vernieuwing

Panna in de Vernieuwing

On behalf of Sportservice Nederland (known at the time as Sportservice Noord-Holland) Pieter Bos, Yvonne Bos and Mark van der Jagt have presided over Panna Knock Out since the very beginning. Mark wrote a lengthy article that was published in the trade journal ‘De Vernieuwing’ (Innovation). The article documented the history of Panna, the opportunities available to it and the threats it faced

Eerste optreden buitenland

Eerste optreden buitenland

This helped to raise publicity of Panna Knock Out in Belgium. After the first freestyle show by Nelson de Kok in Ingelmunster (see photo taken during the recording of TV programme Hoe?Zo!), Antwerp was the next city to receive a tournament. The winner of this tournament qualified for the 2006 Dutch Open Panna Championships, although he was unfortunately knocked out in the first round.

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First Dutch Championship

The many tournaments have produced many winners. The idea was then hatched to have these winners play against each other. As a result, the Panna KO Dutch Championships was born. On the Grote Markt in Haarlem, Hoessain Kamal from Alkmaar won the title.
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2004
   
Logo Panna Knock Out

Logo Panna Knock Out

After the first successes, follow-up activities followed. Panna Knock Out was given a logo (designed by Pieter Bos) and a special pitch and arena were developed. The honour of first usage went to the 'Your Choice Your Future' event in Oss.

Website pannaknockout.org

Website pannaknockout.org

The website pannaknockout.org then went live. At first, visitors could view the schedule, photos and practical information about the sport. Later, social media was developed. The community is now served by Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Jermaine Vanenburg Panna Knock Out

Jermaine Vanenburg Panna Knock Out

Street-football legend Jermaine Vanenburg - known as Vaantje - was hugely impressed and offered his services as ambassador and the 'Jermaine Vanenburg Panna Knock Out Tournament' was born. Many tournaments are now conducted in the presence of this famous street and indoor footballer. He has never once been nutmegged in any of the matches.

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2003

Eerste toernooi

Eerste toernooi

On 29 May 2003, the first Panna Knock Out tournament was held in Obdam, Noord-Holland. The tournament was organised by Sportservice Noord-Holland (Laurette van Ravenswaaij, Chris van Grondelle and Cindy Koopman) in collaboration with the Sport in Uitvoering (Sport in Action) project.

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