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Honor the UEFA Champions League

This training balls honors the UEFA Champions League Final 2013 to be held at Wembley Stadium on May 25th. In addition to adidas' now iconic star pattern, this 2013 ball has graphics to celebrate and commemorate the fact that the finale has been held in Wembley for 50 years.

COVER: This high-quality training ball uses TSBE technology and has a seamless surface for a better touch and lower water uptake.

Exceptional durability makes this ball perfect for your next practice.

BLADDER: Butyl bladder provides best air retention.

FIFA Inspected.

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


Este balón para entrenar de adidas rinde honores a la gran final 2013 de la Champions League de UEFA, que se celebrará el 25 de mayo en el estadio de Wembley. Además del icónico diseño de estrella, este nuevo balón viene con gráficos que celebran el hecho

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