How To Draw A Soccer Ball

How to draw a soccer ball

Soccer is undoubtedly the biggest sport in the world. Just about every country plays it with over 250 million players worldwide. Nielson’s World Football Report learned that more than four out of 10 people around the world consider themselves soccer fans. Events such as the FIFA World Cup regularly draw billions of fans in viewership. And … Read more

Where Was Soccer Invented?

Just about every country plays it with over 250 million players worldwide. Nielson’s World Football Report learned that more than four out of 10 people around the world consider themselves soccer fans. Events such as the FIFA World Cup regularly draw billions of fans in viewership. But where was soccer invented? While modern soccer — commonly … Read more

European Championship 2000 Tournament Ball Terrestra

The Adidas Equipment Terrestra Silverstream The title and design of this particularly futuristic looking ball were dedicated to the rivers of the host countries, (Belgium and Holland) to which they owe their prosperity via trading routes and transportation of goods. The locals nicknamed these waterways “silver streams” due to the way their surfaces sparkle brightly … 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.