Saturday , 21 October 2017

World Cup Footballs

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The official football of Word Cup 2014 is called Brazuca. Let’s see the rest of the official world cup balls.

Uruguay 1930

Two different balls were used in the final: Argentina supplied the first-half ball and led 2-1 at the break; Uruguay supplied the second-half ball and won 4-2.

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Federale 102 – Italy 1934

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Allen – France 1938

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Duplo T – Brazil 1950

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Swiss World Champion – Switzerland 1954

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Top Star – Sweden 1958

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Crack Top Star – Chile 1962

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Challenge 4-star – England 1966

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Telstar – Mexico 1970

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Telstar Duralast – Germany 1974

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Tango – Argentina 1978

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Tango España – Spain 1982

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Azteca – Mexico 1986

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Etrusco Unico – Italy 1990

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Questra – USA 1994

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Tricolore – France 1998

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Fevernova – Korea Japan 2002

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Teamgeist – Germany 2006

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Jabulani – South Africa 2010

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Brazuca – Brazil 2014