adidas euro 2012 final match ball

Spain and Real Madrid CF captain Iker Casillas has unveiled the official ball for the final of UEFA EURO 2012, the adidas Tango 12 Finale, which is available here.

The adidas Tango 12 Finale features a modern interpretation of classic Tango design, used during FIFA World Cups and UEFA European Championships during the early 1980s, including bespoke graphics designed to represent the two host countries and the key characteristics of football – unity, rivalry and passion.

The Albert Official match ball London 2012 Olympic Games

"The Albert" carries the London 2012 logo and features additional design elements in striking colours from the London 2012 colour palette. The ball will be used to kick off the Olympic Football Tournament in Cardiff on 25th July, two days before the Opening Ceremony, and is available here.

‘The Albert’ features a series of triangular panels that are thermally bonded together to ensure a true, stable 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 is a woven carcass and a new bladder for increased air retention and reduced water uptake.

‘The Albert’ meets and exceeds all FIFA Approved Standards for an Official Match Ball making it the most tested ball adidas has ever produced.

Adidas Finale Munich - 2012 UEFA Champions League Final Match Ball

Adidas unveiled the new adidas Finale 12 Munich UEFA Champions League Final 2012 Match Ball, which is available here.

With a colourful blend of White/Slime/Cyan/Indigo, and constructed from star shaped panels for perfect aerodynamics, the adidas Finale Munich 12 ball uses revolutionary thermal bonding technology, negating the need for seams and stitching. The benefits of which are not just a prolonged the life of the ball, but also a more predictable trajectory, better touch and lower water uptake.

adidas 'Comoequa', the Official Match Ball for the 2012 Orange African Cup of Nations

Introducing the adidas 'Comoequa', the Official Match Ball for the 2012 Orange African Cup of Nations, which will be availabe here as of January 2012. The name takes its inspiration from the Como River which runs through both host nations - Gabon and Equatorial Guinea, and the Equator which runs throughout Africa and unites both host nations.

The adidas Comoequa features a bright yellow base colour inspired by the vibrancy of African culture, and links to the flags of both tournament hosts -- Gabon and Equatorial Guinea through colour markings on the central triangular panels. The Comoequa, shares the same construction as the Tango 12, the Official Match Ball for the UEFA Euro 2012™, and is the third ball adidas has produced for the tournament, having started as the Official Supplier of the African Cup of Nations in 2008.

adidas PRIME 2012 MLS match ball

Adidas and Major League Soccer unveiled the adidas PRIME, the new official match ball for the 2012 MLS season, which will be available here.

Designed to improve accuracy, consistency and performance in all conditions, the PRIME is created exclusively for MLS with a unique graphic design and will be used by all 19 clubs beginning in 2012.

The adidas PRIME’s new panel design provides more accurate and consistent ball movement to support the modern soccer game which is faster than ever.  The Prime also features a matte finish for better grip and improved sealing for better performance in all weather conditions.

Adidas Tango 12 EURO 2012 Match Ball

adidas and UEFA presented the adidas "Tango 12", the Official Match Ball for the UEFA EURO 2012™. The ball was unveiled on stage during the UEFA EURO 2012™ finals draw by former Ukrainian Olympic pole vaulter Sergey Bubka, and is available here

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 a coloured outline inspired by the flags of the two host nations - Poland and Ukraine. Etched into the Tango design are three bespoke graphics which celebrate the decorative art of paper cutting, a tradition in the rural areas of both host countries and link to the key characteristics of football - unity, rivalry and passion.

euro 2012 adidas match ball design leaked

This seems to be the design for the new UEFA EURO 2012 match ball which will be officially unveiled on December 3.

“We will certainly make the ball (fly) faster and hopefully, we’ll see a lot of goals being scored at next year’s tournament in Poland and Ukraine,” Herbert Hainer told Reuters at a media briefing in Moscow last month.

The new Euro 2012 ball will undergo a “revolutionary development” compared to the famous Jabulani ball, which gave goalkeepers so much trouble at last year’s World Cup.

Adidas Finale London 2011 UEFA Champions League final match ball

The Finale London, official match ball for the 2011 UEFA Champions League final, has been launched by adidas with a helping hand from Samir Nasri, Salomon Kalou and Jermain Defoe, and will be available here.

Representatives from the three London clubs still involved in the UEFA Champions League – Arsenal FC's Samir Nasri, Salomon Kalou of Chelsea FC and Jermain Defoe from Tottenham Hotspur FC – today helped UEFA and adidas unveil the official match ball for this season's final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 28 May.

Adidas Speedcell match ball

Pace, power and team spirit, three of football’s most essential attributes, are perfectly encapsulated by the breathtaking design of the SPEEDCELL, the official match ball of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011™, which will be available here.

 The design of the SPEEDCELL incorporates significant symbolic elements, including an 11-line graphic representing the 11 players in a team, thus emphasising the need for togetherness and unity of purpose. "The ball is a real eye-catcher, and the name says it all. It's really fast, and a real challenge for goalkeepers like me, although it could be a powerful weapon for our strikers," said Germany goalkeeper Nadine Angerer.

Adidas Torfabrik Bundesliga match ball

League president Dr. Reinhard Rauball and the CEO of adidas Herbert Hainer have unveiled the first ever official football for the Bundesliga which will be used in the upcoming season. They made the announcement from Germany's headquarters in Pretoria and it is the first official football in the history of the Bundesliga.

The design is centered around the official Bundesliga colours of white and red and will also feature a copy of the official league logo. The ball, which will be used for the first time on 7th August when FC Bayern München come up against FC Schalke 04 in the Supercup, has been christened "Torfabrik" ("Goal Material") and will be available in stores starting on 1st July.