Value of any collectible depends entirely on what a buyer is willing to pay for the item.
When there is a collection buyers, either prospective or historic there is said to be a market.
In this case, unless you have solicited or received a specific offer for the ball, I'm afraid there is no market for a soccer ball signed by a collection of semi-professional indoor soccer players who no longer play at the Spectrum.
Try placing it on eBay to determine it's market value.
There was no world cup in1984 it was in 1982 and 1986.
As it's the US team, maybe about 5 - 10 thousands US$
depends who signed it
The real value is $75.00, we just got one for our auction. The intrinsic value varies.
Well it really depends on which 15 players signed the ball. :)
The age of when the ball was signed does not determine the value. Supply and demand does. The value of the signature will rely on the popularity of the player that signed the ball, and how often he signed. If there are more collectors than signatures on the market the value will be high. If there are many signatures on the market and a lower number of collectors, a lower value.
If this is an original Slazenger ball as used in the World Cup in 1966 and still in good condition it worth several thousand Euro or even more
if signed by all players then 150 -200 dollars
If the baseball is "multi-signed", and not "single signed" you would have to name the other players that signed the baseball to get an approximate value.
Its worth about 1,000,000 it depends on the condition of ball and if the ball is a nba certified or not nba certified ball signed will be worth more
It isn't called soccer ball because the soccer ball is the ball you use in soccer. See? I have actually heard people call it soccer and soccer ball.
The value of a 2007 team-signed Green Bay Packers football varies, depending on its condition and whether the ball was actually signed, or just stamped. A signed ball in good condition could fetch between $150 and $300.
at maximum $0.00 because US team stinks...
The value of a ball signed by Merkin Valdez depends on the qwuality of the ball and the condition it is in, the clarity of the signature, and whether or not the signature is a counterfeit.
1000's of dollars
This ball is worth around $60
about 50 bucks on ebay