About 20 balls or more are made for a World Cup game.
In 1992 Cricket World Cup first time white balls were used.
If I am not at all mistaken they used the skull of monkeys as the bladder in the balls.
Adidas, being the supplier of world cup balls, thought that using the orange ball was a significant step in the evolution of football. they had also used white and yellow balls in the 1966 world cup, but the orange was used in the finals to signify the importance of the ocassion. SAYS SOME OTHER QUESTIONS ON THIS PAGE! The supplier of match balls for the finals of the football World Cup in 1966 were Slazenger, I know this as a neighbour worked for them and it was his responsibility for taking them to Wembley on that glorious day. Adidas did not supply balls for the World Cup finals until Mexico 1970.
12 balls (2 overs)
If someone wants to purchase an actual World Cup soccer football then the best site to look for it would be eBay. It is likely to cost quite a lot. Imitations of the balls used in the World Cup can be bought in many high street sports stores.
Adidas has been making the soccer balls for the FIFA World Cup games since 1970. There have been various designs, styles and names for each of the balls released.
the ones used in the 2010 world cup where made in china! suprise, suprise!
Not that im awair of, there is only pressurized air in the balls.
me i am dan glee balls and i won the 3rd world cup against Ivory coast
There will be a total of eight stadiums for the 2010 world cup.
53 in 64 balls out
Matthew Hayden made 2nd fastets century against South Africa in 2007 on 66 balls.
It was made there the bladders.
more than 1000000 and were handed out for free after world cup for the first time