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  1. THE ULTIMATE BALL FOR 2014
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THE ULTIMATE BALL FOR 2014

Once every four years, adidas creates a ball worthy of the world championship final match. This is that ball for 2014, adidas' twelfth official FIFA World Cup final ball.

This is the adidas Brazuca Final, the official ball for the final match of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ which will be held at the legendary Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro on July 13, 2014.

Comes in display box.

Designed for never-before-seen power, swerve and control - the Brazuca is a premium match ball with high-end materials in the six-paneled cover, backing and bladder to ensure perfect on-field performance. It is of course FIFA Approved.

Brazuca COVER: Six panels of premium PU that has been bonded for reduced water absorption and perfect roundness. Revolutionary panel shape creates flight speed and enhances roundness.

Brazuca BLADDER: Latex for excellent rebound.

NOTE: To comply with adidas minimum advertised pricing policy, we are no longer able to offer Goal Club savings on this ball. We regret the inconvenience.


Cada cuatro años adidas crea un balón digno de los campeones del mundo. Aquí presentamos el Brazuca, el doceavo balón oficial de la Copa del Mundo de la FIFA, el cual será estrenado en Brasil 2014. Diseñado para generar poder, efecto y control nunca antes

adidas launched the revolutionary “TORSION®” sole system in 1988. The Three Stripes were registered as an adidas trademark in 1949. The official ball for the 1998 World Cup was the adidas Tricolore. The official ball for the 1990 World Cup was the adidas Etrusca. The U.S. Women's National Team went 51 games without a loss between 2004 and 2007.