UK based freestyle dance governing body
With hundreds of competitions per year, and professionals based throughout Europe; the ADFP is one of the largest dance governing bodies in the UK
Our professionals are provided with necessary support and advice.
A passionate community, working together to promote freestyle dance.
Captivating the interest of thousands of young dancers since 1981.
A duty of care to all our students for a safe tutition environment.
If you are a dancer, why not use our school finder to find an ADFP registered school near you, and get dancing, learning, and competing with the best.Find a school today
If you are a new school looking to compete in weekly competitions across the UK, why not register with the ADFP.
Join our extensive network of schools and professional members where you will be supported to provide your dancers with the ADFP regulated tuition, and access to our competitions.
ADFP members are expected to act in the Associations best interests at all times and maintain exemplary standards of etiquette and professionalism.
Dancer management system, live competition data, renewals, transfers, reports.
Use our school members app to view all your dancer information, to keep in-touch with all of your dancers in one place, and to view information about competitions, rules, in real time.Open School Members App
Log in to School Members App to pay renewal
The Association of Dance & Freestyle Professionals (ADFP) was established in 1981 by a group of innovative and forward thinking professional dance teachers.
Their primary aim was to promote and advance the teaching of Disco Dancing which later evolved into Freestyle...More About the ADFP
To register your school, you will first need to be an ADFP member, and then you must submit an application form for a new school. You can do this by visiting our online forms page.
Simply visit our online forms page to find all ADFP renewal forms.
To see your dancer information you will need to log into the School Members App, where you will have access to all dancer info pertaining to your associated school.
Competition dates and further information can be found via our Diary Dates page, or simply contact us if you have any specific question regarding a competition.
Following the briefing from Boris Johnson (5th July) it looks as though we are heading towards a very welcome relaxation of the lockdown measures currently imposed on us. Just a reminder that in order to attend any approaching competitions or championships please ensure you have renewed your professional membership and your dancers' status cards. Also if you wish to promote any of your 2021 competitions you must have renewed your promoters licence before you can advertise or run these events. In all cases government guidelines and local authority recommendations must be met. If you are in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland please ensure you follow your region's regulations as things may be a little different. This is really good news for our industry and a truly positive step for all of us. Let's get dancing again!