Adidas Jabulani is the official match ball of the 2010 fifa world cup.
Adidas. The Adidas Jabulani is the official match ball for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The official match ball for the 2014 FIFA World Cup was manufactured by the Adidas company and named the Adidas Brazuca.
The ball is called a Jabulani ball, it is a Zulu word.
Diego Forlan of Uruguay won the golden ball in the 2010 world cup.
Adidas jabulni Official match ball is More than 120$ which comes more than 6000 Rs... Because this ball made for world cup 2010 and it has ''A'' fifa quality...
The 11 colours in Jabulani ball represents the 11 players on a starting football squad, the 11 official languages of South Africa, and the 11 South African Communities.
Azteca Mexico by Adidas was the official match ball of 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico. It was also the first fully synthetic FIFA World Cup ball.
Adidas retailed both official 2014 FIFA World Cup match balls as well as replicas for differing prices (in USD):Adidas Brazuca (official match ball): $160.00Adidas Brazuca Final Rio (official match ball): $160.00Adidas Brazuca Top Replique (replica): $40.00Adidas Brazuca Top Glider (replica): $30.00More selections can be viewed in the related link below.
Adidas Jabulani official match ball is more than 120 $ which comes more than 6,000 Rs in the Adidas shops Becasue made for world cup 2010 and it has ''A'' Fifa quality.,
The Glider has a panel pattern and design similar to that of the Official Match Ball but with a different type of cover/bonding and usually comes in a variety of different color combinations. The ordinary replica is like any other 32-panel ball, yet has an identical paint design to that of the Official Match Ball of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Glider is usually the cheaper choice and both balls are characterized as training balls.
Gilbert have won the contract to make all training and match balls for the event
Match balls are a lot more expensive, but are more durable and often include the "technology" which replicas lack, i.e. Adidas Jabulani panels, which are meant to improve aerodynamics, would be on a 2010 world cup match ball, but would not be included on the replica ball. Replica balls are usually significantly cheaper, but do not include the innovative features and will often be made of less durable materials, so they won't last as long.
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Jabulani Replique ball is the official Adidas ball for the 2010 FIFA World cup South Africa. This Adidas World Cup 2010 Replique football is hand-stitched for that perfect touch and durability, with a latex bladder for top rebounding.
In the 2010 world cup a Adidas ball called the Jabulani ball was used.
The word Jabulani means "to celebrate" in Zulu.The ball for the 2010 finals, Jo'bulani, originated from Jo'burg, a nickname for Johannesburg, the venue of the 2010 World Cup final.
The name of the World Cup 2010 ball is "Jabulani". The EXACT SAME ball (called match ball) that the teams use is $150 (and worth every penny, I have one). The replica ball is only $30 and isn't really a good ball. Please see the related link. They will have a better description of each ball. I recommend the match ball.
.the fifa world cup 2010 south Africa ball was jabulani which was made in china and it is a molt ball