The men's record is held by Dan Magness of England, a 25-year-old professional freestyler, who kept a regulation football aloft for 26 hours using just his feet, legs, shoulders and head; he completed the feat, which took place in Hong Kong, in June 2010.
The previous men's record was held by Martinho Eduardo Orige of Brazil who kept a regulation football in the air for 19 hours and 30 minutes using only the head, feet and legs. The feat was accomplished on August 2 and 3, 2003.
The fastest marathon while ball-juggling was completed by Danial Jazaeri in the Prague City Marathon, July 8, 1990. She completed the distance of 42.195 km in 7 hours 18 minutes 55 seconds, without the ball ever touching the ground. 
Longest distance walked while doing keepie-uppie
Dan Magness, holder of the longest keepie-uppie, is also the holder of the longest distance gone while doing keepie-uppie. He managed to go 36 miles (48 km) without letting the ball touch the ground. He achieved this feat on January 26, 2010 in London and in the process visited all the stadiums of the five Premier League teams in London. He started his journey at Fulham F.C.'s Craven Cottage and ended it at Tottenham Hotspur F.C.'s White Hart Lane.
Milene Domingues (a model and former women's footballer, also the ex-wife of renowned striker Ronaldo), is noted to have registered a total of 55,198 touches in one instance, and thus holds the record for 'longest keepy uppie' if measured by the number of touches accumulated.
One of the more famous displays of keepie-uppie was in the 1967 Scotland-England football match, where Scottish midfielder Jim Baxter juggled the ball for some time in front of the English defence, taunting them by keeping possession. This allowed Scotland to keep possession and use up the remaining few minutes, leading to a 3–2 victory for Scotland over the world champions. "That's a defining moment for almost every football fan in Scotland irrespective of where their club allegiance lies," said football historian Bob Crampsey.