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  1. The Official Ball of UEFA Euro 2012
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The Official Ball of UEFA Euro 2012

Inspired by tradition, made for today's game.

The official match ball of the UEFA Euro 2012 competition, the Tango 12 will be used on field during the UEFA Euro 2012 which kicks off on June 8th at The National Stadium Warsaw.

Based on the classic Tango design used during both the FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro tournaments during the early 1980s, the adidas Tango 12 features a modern interpretation of the design including an outline inspired by the flags of the two host nations - Poland and Ukraine.

The Tango 12 also has a series of triangular panels that are thermally bonded together to ensure a true flight path. Covering each panel of the ball is a grip texture which supports boot to ball contact and enhances ball control. Beneath the outer surface of the ball lies a woven carcass and a new bladder for increased air retention and reduced water uptake.

This top match ball is constructed from high-end materials in the cover, backing and bladder to perfect on-field performance.

Ball has passed tough tests on weight and water uptake as well as shape and size retention.

70/30 PU/Synthetic.

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


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