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Adidas Finale 7 Champions League Official Match Ball - £30 (60% off rrp of £74.99). @ Kitbag Delivery is an additional £4.50 or free if you buy 3
Adidas Finale 7 Champions League Official Match Ball - £30 (60% off rrp of £74.99). @ Kitbag Delivery is an additional £4.50 or free if you buy 3

Adidas Finale 7 Champions League Official Match Ball - £30 (60% off rrp of £74.99). @ Kitbag Delivery is an additional £4.50 or free if you buy 3

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This is a special offer for the official Champions League match ball of the 2007/08 season that costs at least £60 everywhere else. Please don't confuse it for the cheaper replicas, this is exactly the same ball as used by the pros. If you want one for yourself, add £4.50 for delivery. However, if your team needs a few match balls for the coming season, buy at least 3 and you'll get free delivery. Amazing value for the best football money can buy. I've just bought one of these from ebay for £50 and only after placing the order did I see this offer


PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

FIFA APPROVED: Highest FIFA rating.

Balls passed test on e.g. weight, water uptake, shape and size retention

OFFICIAL MATCH BALL OF THE UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SEASON 2007/2008:

Official Match Ball of all UEFA Champions League games in the in the 2007/2008 season

POWER BALANCE TECHNOLOGY: Outstanding flight characteristics through thermal bonding and the counter weight of the valve.

THERMAL BONDED: Seamless surface for a more predictable trajectory, better touch and lower water uptake.

TOP MATCH BALL: High Quality materials in the cover, backing and bladder allow the ball to fly exceptionally true.
Main Material: 100% Polyurethane

16 Comments

Can't see the point in buying the Official's when you can buy the Replica's which are exactly the same but way cheaper!:? Cold from me

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kekesala;5809495

Can't see the point in buying the Official's when you can buy the … Can't see the point in buying the Official's when you can buy the Replica's which are exactly the same but way cheaper!:? Cold from me

I must correct you. Replicas are not the same quality. They only have the same design printed on them but are in fact a far inferior quality ball.

Franky1932;5809510

I must correct you. Replicas are not the same quality. They only have the … I must correct you. Replicas are not the same quality. They only have the same design printed on them but are in fact a far inferior quality ball.



Is the ball more rounder?

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rakdamac;5809520

Is the ball more rounder?

LOL, if you play the game you'll know the difference between replicas and official balls. Firstly, the difference in quality is chalk and cheese and secondly, there's a big difference in durability. The official match ball will last about 3 or 4 times as long as a replica.

Oh , My bad

Franky1932;5809539

LOL, if you play the game you'll know the difference between replicas and … LOL, if you play the game you'll know the difference between replicas and official balls. Firstly, the difference in quality is chalk and cheese and secondly, there's a big difference in durability. The official match ball will last about 3 or 4 times as long as a replica.



mine used to get run over by cars, will they resist that?

£30 for a football :w00t:

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hippiecrap;5809600

mine used to get run over by cars, will they resist that? £30 for a … mine used to get run over by cars, will they resist that? £30 for a football :w00t:

Yeah, these have got satellite navigated car detection systems built in so no worries about getting run over by a car

£30 is a lot to pay for a ball if all you're going to be doing is having a kickabout in the back garden with the kids but if you regularly play organised football, then you need a decent ball to really enjoy the game. The same balls are going for at least £60 everywhere else so it's a good deal, regardless of whether you personally would like a decent football or not.

For all the cold voters, please can you show me where I can get this ball cheaper. If you can't, then why vote cold?

i have to say that i would never pay stupid money for a football ,but i have played football most my life and still enjoy regular kick abouts now ,i have used many different balls from mitre to adidas ,nike and we all have our preference ,i can still remember those horrible white hard balls we would play local league football with on a saturday ,or how nice it was to get smacked with one of those during a cold wet match,but after taking my boy to have a kickabout on a championship sides training pitch ,well they were league 1 at the time and were renting the training pitch ,i found one of their offical match balls in the bushes ,with the club name on .we then had a kick about with it and i must say the quality and difference was instant ,or how i loved playing with that ball ,i priced the ball when i got home and they were 74.99 ,i remember thinking while playing with it now i can see how footballers make free kicks look easy as when striking this ball it just had a different feel and glide to it.but i had it for nothing ,if i had to pay the rrp price i would not of had one.But i think if you want a pro quality ball and you buy a 17 nike replica why not pay a little extra 30.00 and have a pro ball

Very good price for this quality football. Hot

the quality of the ball does make a big difference esp if your someone like myself who takes freekicks, crosses and corners...£30 for a ball that costs almost double is cheap but if you want to know..these are made in pakistan or china for about £2 in costs by little kids in factories who maybe get paid less in a month the price that one is sold

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Hot from me, for reasons stated above.

These are really good balls! We buy a quality one like this every few months among our footy group and the ball really is great to play with!!

The patch work and the way the ball is made is completely different, I dont even think they are stiched on these to create them rounder and better weighted! Bargain for a ball like this!

Hot proper balls (chortle chortle) are much better to play with than replica's. Difference is night and day. These don't hold water like others do. Not so important now, but in the depth's of winter a water logged ball on a freezing sunday morning smarts like a ****er so a quality ball is much better (and safer) to use. Hot.

Cold! Pigs bladder and coconuts are way cheaper! :whistling:

Excellent quality football!ignore the cheapskates and others olivious to the difference in quality....great price for teams that want decent matchballs or even for a good kick about in some playing fields.

The feel of an expensive footballs is completely different to a cheap one and also feels a lot different and better to kick, it makes it so much easier to get distance and swerve on the ball.
The replicas are all one plasticy feeling material. The actual ones have what feels like a slightly hard inner shell then have a really spongy material on the outside.

Great price heat added.

Dont forget 12% QuidCo too!
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