Jay Rosa: Dazzling Football Freestyler on a Mission for Mental Health

In the realm of football, numerous paths exist for standing out and creating an impact.

Jay Rosa is one such person, captivating audiences throughout England as an accomplished football freestyler. He’s embarked on a quest to showcase his skills at every football league stadium nationwide, all in aid of Mental Health UK.

Jay performed at The Stadium of Light on Tuesday, for the Sunderland Vs Leicester City fixture in front of over 40,000 spectators. Jay was seen pre-match for a live televised interview, before joining the crowds at half-time to perform his amazing skills in a ‘lap of honour’ across the pitch sidelines.

Jay Rosa embarked on his EFL Tour in January 2023 with a vision to showcase his amazing football freestyle skills on the pitch at various Football League Stadiums. Since the start of his tour, Jay has already left a lasting impression on audiences, performing in front of crowds exceeding 50,000 spectators.

Jay’s tour has taken him to some of the most iconic football stadiums in England. Clubs like Blackburn Rovers, Nottingham Forest, Coventry City, Sheffield United and many others have welcomed Jay Rosa to showcase his extraordinary talent and dedication to making a positive impact.

What sets Jay Rosa apart is not just his incredible football freestyle skills but also his commitment to using his talent for good. The support and recognition he has received speak volumes about his ability to captivate audiences and leave a lasting impression. His performances not only entertain but also support meaningful causes, and his journey has been nothing short of remarkable.

With over 50 football clubs booked in for the 2023/24 season, Jay could be turning up at your favourite football stadium very soon. Keep an eye out!

To follow Jay Rosa’s inspiring journey and to witness his jaw-dropping football freestyle skills, you can follow him on Instagram and Tiktok (@jayrosa1_). To donate in support of Jay Rosa’s EFL Tour, please visit www.jayrosa.co.uk.

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