South Africa’s World Cup official announced JABULANI game ball attracted much attention, JABULANI Adidas for the World Cup as the launch of Paragraph 11 of the ball race, in the appearance and the production process than in the past, there has been a qualitative leap. Adidas in 1963 began making high-quality match ball, when the vast majority of football is brown, very heavy, kicking up legs will hurt. In 1970, FIFA for the first time asked to provide official Adidas Mexico World Cup ball, then adidas has become the world’s leading football brand. Here we look at Adidas for the World Cup since 1970, provides 11 games with the ball, to witness the development of football science and technology.
Original motive of FIFA World Cup poster was originally borne out of a need to promote the World Cup. Now, these posters, past and present, are widely sought after as collector’s items.
If you are a football fan, you will surely appreciate the history of the World Cup drawn out over the years. Even if you don’t like football, we are rather sure you will too, like this collection of FIFA World Cup™ official posters from 1930 to 2010 that is soaked with history, art and style.
To promote the World Cup, ESPN have recently released their brilliant advertising campaign for this summer’s World Cup 2010 in the form of creatively designed artistic posters. 33 in total, all 32 nations are represented with the South Africa World Cup poster to highlight what’s to come.
Visit the official Facebook site to download each one of the posters as you anxiously await June, 11th.
We’ve made the PowerPoint presentation and the video with each nation’s poster (ordered alphabetically). Let’s taste the wonderfulness of 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa in advance: