The value of the “Pro London” ball, which the European Football Association (UEFA) announced today that it will be the ball used in the qualifying rounds of the current version of the Champions League, up to the final match, is $85 (319 riyals).
Tomorrow, the knockout stages of the Champions League begin with the first-leg matches of the 16-final, as the European Union commented on the secret of choosing the bright red and yellow colors while placing an image of two lions on the ball, saying: “The ball manufactured by the German company Adidas celebrates the city of London through vibrant graphics that include… Two lions roaring and fighting among the stars.”
He added, “As for the lion, it symbolizes the rich history and culture of England and its capital, London. It also symbolizes courage, the strength of the players, and the grandeur of the most famous cup in European football.”
Regarding the technical features of the Pro London ball, Adidas, the German company that manufactures the ball, explains, “The ball features technologies designed to provide the greatest amount of precision to players.”
She concluded, “The innovative PRISMA texture will provide the best European players with more accuracy, while the outer coating provides a secure grip, complete control, and ensures smooth construction.”
It is noteworthy that the final of the current version of the Champions League will be held at Wembley Stadium in the capital, London.
The European Union decided that 1% of net ball sales will go to the charity Common Goal, to help drive social change and support grassroots football communities around the world.
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