The World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA)
WSSA Mission Statement
The World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA) promotes the standardization and advancement of sport stacking worldwide. This association serves as the governing body for sport stacking rules and regulations and provides a uniform framework for sport stacking events; sanctions sport stacking competitions and records.
WSSA History in Brief
The World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA) was formed in 2001 for the purpose of promoting and governing sport stacking around the world. The association was originally titled World Cup Stacking Association (WCSA). In 2005, the name was changed to its current WSSA in response to growing awareness that stacking is considered a sport.
What does the WSSA do?
The WSSA is your official resource for tournaments, rules, standards and guidelines on how to put on a successful stacking event and to provide a consistent framework for stacking tournaments and events.
What does a WSSA event look like?
The pinnacle sport stacking event - the World Sport Stacking Championships held each spring - is hosted by the WSSA. This event draws competitors from across the globe to attempt to set verified World Records in their age groups/divisions and be declared world-class in sport stacking.
Speed Stacks Inc. is proud to be the official sponsor and equipment provider of the WSSA. Speed Stacks equipment is the only equipment approved for use in WSSA sanctioned and recognized events.
The development of the World Sport Stacking Association (WSSA) policy and procedures is determined by the leadership of hundreds of volunteers from all over the world who contribute their time and expertise to the WSSA as members of the Advisory Board, Tournament Directors, Sport Stacking Group Leaders and Judges.