All Level 6 and 7 teams entering one or more of the following USASF Sanctioned Events will receive points based on the size of their division and placement rankings. At the end of the season, the Level 6 and/or Level 7 teams with the highest point totals will win 3 Paid Bids and 3 At Large Bids to The Cheerleading Worlds, 2020.
The Road to Worlds is an exciting one for All Star teams around the globe, and we share in the excitement and anticipation each year! The growth and momentum of All Star brings together incredible athleticism, artistry and talent at The Worlds annually. We’re looking forward to 2020.
Circumstances outside of our control have necessitated a slight adjustment of the dates of The Cheerleading and Dance Worlds for 2020. Worlds will take place on April 24, 25 and 26. The location remains at Walt Disney World® in Orlando, FL.
If you have questions, please contact:
- U.S. Event Producers and Teams, please contact the USASF
- Non-U.S. Event Producers and Teams, please contact the IASF
Why is there a date change for The Cheerleading and Dance Worlds?
The International Cheer Union is slightly changing their event date due to a scheduling conflict with important international meetings. That change is causing the USASF and IASF to slightly change their event date for The Cheerleading and Dance Worlds to avoid event overlap at Walt Disney World®.
What are the dates of the ICU World Championships?
To avoid a scheduling conflict with important international meetings, the 2020 ICU Worlds Championships will change their event date to April 27, 28 and 29.
Will this be the schedule for the following year?
At this time, we are only aware that it is a one-time change to the schedule.
Record it, tune in and host a watch party as the best in The Cheerleading Worlds hit the mat on CBS Sports Network!
- June 2nd, 12 noon Eastern: Senior Large All Girl Level 5
- June 9th, 12 noon Eastern: Senior Small Coed Level 5 and International Open Large Coed Level 6
Hosting a watch party? Don’t forget to tag us in your All Star celebration – #USASF, #AllStarCheer #CheerWorlds2019 #ThisIsAllStar
The Cheerleading Worlds launched in 2004 and The Dance Worlds in 2007. This international phenomenon draws top talent from the four corners of the globe. Check out the Worlds Championship History here.
View the standings for the Worlds Cup Race, where Level 5 and 6 cheer teams earn points towards Paid or At-Large Bids to The Cheerleading World Championship!
The IASF Overall Cheer Age Grid for the 2018-2019 Season is out. To see the IASF Overall Cheer Age Grid, Click Here.
Also, the IASF 2019 WORLDS Division List is out with two new categories. Check with your bid giving event producers to see which categories they will be offering. To see the IASF 2019 Worlds Division List, Click Here.
The first new category for Worlds is IASF Non-Tumbling Level 5. For the IASF 2019 Cheer Worlds, there are two divisions in this new category, IASF Open Level 5NT and IASF Open Level 5NT Coed. There are some new rules that go with these divisions and you can see those on the Non-Tumbling Score Sheets by clicking HERE.
The second new category for Worlds is IASF Global Club Level 5. For the IASF 2019 Cheer Worlds, there are also two divisions in this new category, IASF Global Club Level 5 and IASF Global Club Level 5 Coed.
We are currently working on the score sheets for this category and will have them released soon.
For the IASF Scoring System for all other 1-6 divisions, Click Here.
If you have a question regarding IASF Cheer Scoring, please send an email to [email protected]
If you have a question about IASF Cheer Rules or want to send in a video to check for legality of a skill, please send an email to [email protected]