Doug Morris II (Peachtree City, United States)
Answers of the collector
1. Since when are you a collector?
I'm not really as "collector". I am just trying to own a ball from every World Cup since my birth. So, I'm not trying to collect every single World Cup balls. Just those few balls.
2. Why did you start collecting balls?
I really like soccer. I just felt like starting a little project, so I decided to start buying World Cup balls.
3. How many balls do you have in your collection?
I don't have any balls yet, because I just started this project. But, I really want any of them from 2002 to today.
4. Which balls do you have in your collection?
I don't have any balls yet, because I just started this project. But, I really want any of them from 2002 to today.
5. What is your favourite ball in your collection and why?
Even though I don't have a collection yet, my favorite one is the Jabulani because that was the year my favorite team won, Spain.
6. Where do you keep your balls? Do you have a display?
I would keep them on a shelf in my room. I don't have a display because I don't have space for one.
7. What balls are you missing in your collection that you would like to buy?
-Adidas Fevernova



8. What balls do you offer for sale from your collection?
I have no balls to sell. But, I would like to get to the point where I can sell some.
9. What are your contact details where other collectors can contact you?
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10. Is there anything else you would like to share with us about yourself (other interests, hobbies, etc.)?
I really love music. I love it almost as much as soccer. I started playing soccer when I was four years old, and I haven't stopped playing once since.
The collector needs the following ball(s):
adidas Fevernova 2002 South Korea/Japan
adidas Teamgeist 2006 Germany (match ball)



The name of the ball (Teamgeist) was a combination of two words, one in English (team) and the other in German (Geist which means spirit). The name was preceded by the mathematical sign + (plus) giving emphasis on a clear message: - You do not...

adidas Jabulani 2010 South Africa (match ball)


On December 4th 2009, Adidas presented the official 2010 World Cup ball: the Jabulani. This word means celebration or party in the Zulu dialect. The Jabulani was presented as a technological jewel, created by the AIT (Adidas Innovative Team). It consisted of 8 innovative...

adidas Brazuca 2014 Brazil (match ball)


Adidas officially presented the Brazuca on the 4th December, 2014. The ball was revealed with a spectacular 3D light projection launch event held at the iconic Parque Lage in Rio de Janeiro. The Brazuca was named back in September 2012 following a public vote in Brazil involving 1 million...


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