To ignite the global excitement, inclusive nature and lifetime benefits of pickleball.
The concept behind our logo is combining the form of the pickleball with olympic symbolism. The circles are reminiscent of the holes in a pickleball, and just like the rings in the olympic logo, represent the continents competing. The colors, combined with the white background, can come together to create the colors for every nation’s individual flag. The federation aims to represent pickleball players from every nation, culture and background.
|Encourage countries to join WPF through open communication, honesty and the willingness to assist each member country grow the game from within.
|Develop programs and promote the growth of pickleball worldwide.
|Work with stake holders to develop interscholastic pickleball programs at the high school and college levels.
|Secure corporate and individual commitments for the financial sponsorship of WPF competitions and the awarding of substantial prize money to the professional player.
|Develop the guidelines and formulas to announce and publish the WPF top ten pickleball players in the world.
|Review/revise existing rules and procedures, or establish new ones as may be necessary for the most effective playing, refereeing and growth of pickleball.
|Develop consistent specifications with tighter tolerances for all equipment used in the sport of pickleball.
|Design and develop user-friendly website and advertising materials for member countries.
|Ensure the development and implementation of standard teaching, training, coaching and certification techniques for pickleball, fashioned after and fully consistent with those established by the International Pickleball Teaching Professional Association (IPTPA) or any other programs which in the future may acquire general and wide acceptance among pickleball players.
|Use our vast experience and networking capabilities to get pickleball included in a major international sporting event, with the ultimate objective of meeting IOC requirements and being included in a future Olympic Games.