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  1. A Grand Finale!
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A Grand Finale!

Kick it like the best of Europe with this official UEFA Champions League match ball from adidas for the 2012/13 season. It will be used in all group stage matches. Features bold UEFA Champions League star pattern and official logo.

According to adidas, the new design on the panels is meant to look like a combination of those all too familiar tactic boards and the connection between the different geographic locations of all the matches. We just think it looks cool.

COVER: Seamless PU with revolutionary star panel shape for perfect aerodynamics.

Textured cover for control and in all weather conditions and optimal ball grip. Bonded panels provide seamless surface for a more predictable trajectory, better touch and lower water uptake.

BLADDER: Latex.

FIFA approved.

Note: All of our balls are shipped deflated. This helps in keeping our shipping costs low, savings that we can pass on to you.

Standard Ball Sizing

Size 5: ages 12 and up

Size 4: ages 8-12

Size 3: ages 8 and under

Size 1: skills/practice


Balón profesional. CUBIERTA: PU sin costuras con revolucionario diseño de paneles en forma de estrella para hacerlo perfectamente aerodinámico. VEJIGA: Látex. Aprobado por FIFA.

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