Francesco (New York, Unites States)
Answers of the collector
1. Since when are you a collector?
Since the mid 1990's
2. Why did you start collecting balls?
I just love football
3. How many balls do you have in your collection?
Around 25 balls
4. Which balls do you have in your collection?
Various official world cup balls, champions league final balls and vintage balls
5. What is your favourite ball in your collection and why?
Probably some old balls from the 50s, just because they remind me of a football I never lived in person
6. Where do you keep your balls? Do you have a display?
No display
7. What balls are you missing in your collection that you would like to buy?
Adidas Tricolore, made in Morocco
Adidas Etrusco, made in France
Adidas Questra, made in France

And any interesting ball I can find
8. What balls do you offer for sale from your collection?
None of them
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.)?
The collector needs the following ball(s):
adidas Telstar Durlast 1974 Germany (made in France 2)

For the first time in the World Cup’s history, the tournament was hosted by the homeland of Adidas. Germany (at the time West Germany) had already hosted the Olympic Games in 1972 which was a great success, with typical German efficiency and great organisation. The same levels were expected for the football Word Cup and there is no doubt that Adidas...

adidas Etrusco Unico 1990 Italy (made in France)
adidas Questra 1994 USA (made in France)
adidas Tricolore 1998 France (made in Morocco)
adidas Teamgeist 2006 Germany (Italy-France game used)
adidas Jabulani 2010 South Africa (Slovenia - USA game used)
adidas Jabulani 2010 South Africa (Netherlands - Spain)
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...

adidas Azteca 1986 Mexico (made in France)


The official match ball of the 1986 FIFA World Cup was called adidas Azteca México. Just like in case of the previous World Cup ball (the Tango Espana), adidas went on using an appellation related to the host country. The Aztec’s were one of...

adidas Tango Espana 1982 Spain (made in France)



Due to the indisputable success of the Tango in the 1978 World Cup and the 1980 Euro Cup, adidas did not design and produce a revolutionary new ball for the Spanish World Cup. Instead they made a ball called Tango España, with only minor changes...

adidas Europass 2008 Austria/Switzerland (Switzerland-Portugal game used)
adidas Tango 12 2012 Poland/Ukraine (match ball)
adidas Tango 12 2012 Poland/Ukraine (final KYIV)
1954 World Cup ball (adidas)

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