The Pre-Adidas World Cup match ball set. Has a much longer description about these balls. Name of the balls: T-model (1930), Federale 102 (1934), Allen (1938), Superball Duplo-T (1950), Swiss World Champion (1954), Top Star (1958), Crack (1962), Slazenger Challenge (1966). Material: high quality cow leather (all balls have different materials). Text on the balls: there were NO printed panels on the balls in 1930, 1954, 1958 and 1966 (FIFA did not allow the usage of imprinted balls in these 4 World Cups). The rest of the balls were printed as seen above. Are you a real soccer or football fan? If so, here is your chance to express your passion with owning something special! Our balls are great to decorate your home or office and to impress your friends or business partners. In case you become a collector youll have many international friends , and you can represent your country in our growing community. Are you interested in other balls? To find out what other balls we have. If you do not find the ball you need, let us know and we will try to locate the ball for you. These services are more expensive than the regular post but in general they are a few days faster. What is worldcupballs. Info? It is a private website and the result of the cooperation of many soccer ball collectors in the world. It is the only website where collectors can register to share their passion on the web having the opportunity to find the balls that they need and sell the balls that they no longer need. Please note that this feature of the site is still under construction. Our site is also a source of over 500, identically photographed balls in high quality. The photos were taken in 7 countries and the upload of the images is still in progress, please make sure you come back to visit our site later. What is our mission? The mission of the site is to keep all soccer ball collectors in the world together as well as to provide information and high quality photos about balls for the public. What service do we guarantee? During the past decade we found buyers for many different soccer balls in almost all parts of the world. As an additional free service we can help to locate any missing balls from your collections and also try to sell balls that you no longer need. We have developed outstanding relationships with many organisations, brands and media during the past decade. Some of them bought balls from us for display purposes or advertisements, while others used our professional photos and information about balls. Here is a list of our most known partners below. FIFA World Football Museum. The new FIFA Museum opened on 28th February, 2016 in Switzerland. As a result of our cooperation we supplied high quality photos of various balls which are still in use on interactive displays. We also provided rare sport newspapers from the middle of the XX. Century for the museum. As for the future, we will do our best to assist the FIFA museum in any case where they need our cooperation. An entire book of footballs was published in Germany with our photographs of balls. EDEL is a large book publisher house located in Germany. They contacted our website in the summer of 2015 and offered their partnership in order to create a book about footballs. As a result of our cooperation they used the same photographs of balls for the book, which you can see on worldcupballs. At this moment we are looking for foreign publishers, who would translate the book into English and/or Spanish to reach many more football fans worldwide. Our World Cup ball photos were published in the New York Times. The New York Times. The New York Times got in contact with us before the 2014 FIFA World Cup and asked our help for their article about the evolution of the World Cup balls. We provided a lot of information and supplied photos of World Cup balls for both the journal and their online article. Our photo exhibition of balls. While we were experimenting the setup and design for the equally photographed balls for our website, Canon joined our project by supplying various equipment (lenses, camera bodies, flashes) for the test shots. Canon also participated as a sponsor for our photo exhibition during the 2016 Euro Cup, where 56 photos of various balls were displayed in a popular shopping mall in historical timeline. This photo exhibition hit the media; it was published in newspapers, online news portals and it was also on tv. A game used Brazuca Final Rio – one of our photographs taken at Adidas Headquarters in Germany. We have a great and two sided relationship with Adidas, which includes sharing plans for the future and supporting, assisting each others projects. We participated in common football related events and media apperances and Adidas Headquarters kindly provided the balls from their Archive so that we could photograph them for our book of footballs and our website. The room dedicated to the 2014 World Cup victory in which our Pre-Adidas World Cup balls were supposed to be displayed. In 2014 however, Germany won the World Cup so the museum converted the room (in which the World Cup balls were supposed to be displayed) into the memory of the Nationalelfs Brazilian victory. At this moment our balls are not displayed in the museum until they find space for them. Apart from this, the museum has built great relationship with us and we received and invitation for the special preview of the museum that was held one week before the grand opening in October, 2015. Budweiser bought our 1950 World Cup ball for their 2014 Rise as One campaign. Budweiser bought an 1950 World Cup ball from us for the commercials of their official Rise as One 2014 FIFA World Cup campaign. They published their advertisements with various lengths but our ball appears in all of them. Pelé’s management bought World Cup balls from us for his signatures. We also assisted and worked together on a project with Pelés management and received an invitation to London in order to meet him in person. They did not put our balls on display but they created a footage about them and visitors can check out our balls on a video screen in the Allianz Arena. We appreciate your support! Is free to use but it was not free to create. Purchasing any ball from us helps to maintain and further develop the site including taking new photographs of various balls and writing stories of them. If you can help us, we can help others together! The item “PRE-ADIDAS World Cup balls (before Telstar, Tango, Azteca, Etrusco, Jabulani)” is in sale since Sunday, March 15, 2020. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Team Sports\Soccer\Balls”. The seller is “worldcupballs.information” and is located in Budapest. This item can be shipped worldwide.