European Championship 1996 Tournament Match ball

The European Championship had long been considered a second-class football (soccer) tournament in the eyes of fans, before its rebirth in 1996. Originally conceived as a mini world cup for Europe, it was the subject of chronic format change and indifference.  However, intelligent marketing and a surge in interest caused the 1996 championship, in England, … Read more

1992 Official Ball of the European Championships – Etrvsco Unico

The official ball for the 1992 European Championships was the Etrvsco Unico the same ball used in the Italy, 1990 World Cup. The only difference is a panel on the ball indicating “Official World Cup 1990/ Official 1992 Euro Championship”.

1988 Official Ball of the European Championships – Tango Europa

Above Pictures Provided By Reg Wong, Thanks! The above picture is another version with an UEFA Logo and made in France Picture provided by D. Duinkerken – Thanks! Above two pictures with original box provided by Jacques Barralon

1972 Official Ball of the European Championships – Telstar

Above picture provided by Jacques Barralon Featured new polyurethane coating and Durlast technology which increased the water resistance of the leather ball. The Telstar Durlast with graphics was not used in the 1970 World Cup matches in Mexico. It was used in the 1972 European Championships.

Roteiro UEFA EURO 2004 Match Ball

Adidas Roteiro Official Match Ball of UEFA EURO 2004 Adidas Press Release Tuesday, June 8, 2004 , Herzogenaurach,  Personalized Match Balls for Every UEFA EURO 2004 TM Match  In what is a first for a major football tournament, every single match ball at UEFA EURO 2004 will be specifically personalized to each individual game. The Adidas Roteiro™ … Read more

Official Match Ball Beau Jeu UEFA EURO 2016

One of the most famous French footballers of all time, Zinédine Zidane has taken to his personal Instagram page https://instagram.com/zidane/ to reveal Beau Jeu, the Official Match Ball of the UEFA EURO 2016TM group stages. Beau Jeu, translated in English as “the beautiful game”, is closely linked to next year’s host country, France. The layering … Read more