World Skate announces that the 2023 World Scooter Championship will be held in the Madrid Urban Sports next June

The 4th edition of the Scooter World Championship lands again in Spain this 2023, under the program of Madrid Urban Sports, to be held from June 16 to 18 in Madrid Rio – Matadero.

These world championships will host the two main modalities of this sport: Park and Street. Each of these modalities will consist of three categories: female, male and junior.

Since its creation in 2019, the Scooter World Championship has been held under the programming of major urban sports events, such as the World Roller Games in 2019 and Extreme Barcelona in 2021 and this 2023 returns to settle in Spain in one of the most important events of the national scene: The Madrid Urban Sports.

The World Championship will be organized in collaboration with SevenMila, the well-known organizer of urban sports events that brings together the best athletes of the five main disciplines of urban sports: Skate, Scooter Park, Scooter Street, BMX and Breaking. At the gates of the Olympic Games in Paris 2024, the Scooter walks towards the Olympics with the city of Madrid as a standard-bearer. 

Madrid Urban Sports is getting ready to welcome the best Scooter riders, the competition will be broadcasted in more than 60 countries, Olympic Channel as well as World Skate TV channels, from June 16 to 18.

Sabatino Aracu, World Skate president:

The Scootering World Championships 2023 – both Street and Park – represent the most important event of the season for our sport, with the participation of the top riders in the world. Scootering is extremely widespread among young people, and during the days of the event the marvelous city of Madrid will be the world capital of urban sports. I wish to thank the Spanish National Olympic Committee, the Spanish Roller Sports Federation, and SevenMila, for their fundamental contribution to the organization of this event”.

Victor Casanovas, director of Urban Sports at SevenMila:

“We are very proud to be able to host the Scooter World Championships in Madrid Urban Sports and to work together with the Real Federación Española de Patinaje and World Skate to continue promoting the growth of Scooter. The 2023 world championships will be the biggest world championships ever held in this discipline, from the MUS, we have opted for parity and equality of prizes and we hope to bring together more than 150 athletes from more than 18 nationalities”.