- The World Sport Stacking Association serves as the governing body for sport stacking rules and regulations.
- The WSSA provides a uniform framework for sport stacking events.
- The WSSA sanctions sport stacking competitions and records worldwide.
- Our intent is to uphold the qualities of self-confidence, teamwork and good sportsmanship while providing a positive experience for all.
Official Rule Book
- Complete Official WSSA Rule Book ( version 7.3 ) – effective on July 23rd, 2013
Specific Sections of Above Rule Book:
- New “Open” Age Division ( July 23, 2013 )
- WSSA to adopt new standard for official timing system ( January 1, 2013 )
- Records and Age Division Changes ( September 28, 2012 )
- New Relay Rules ( March 12, 2011 )
- WSSA Rule Changes ( April 10, 2010 )
Promoting Good Sportsmanship
Sport stacking not only develops important physical skills, such as hand-eye coordination, quickness and focus; it also promotes selfconfidence, teamwork and good sportsmanship. Our intent is to uphold these qualities and provide a positive experience for all. Please understand that most everyone involved in sport stacking competitive events is a volunteer working hard to do the best job they can do. Like any athletic competition, decisions and judgments will be made-–most will be correct, some may be questionable—all will be sincere. We ask that all those taking part in a competition, including Stackers, Relay Team Coordinators, Officials and Spectators, do their best to work together, be good sports and positive role models, and have a terrific time! The WSSA follows the principles and guidelines as outlined by the Positive Coaching Alliance.