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 Facts
 

Until recently Mitre controlled the whole football industry in the UK. They were by far the best selling brand, and were used in all the UK national leagues and international games. This has recently come under threat by major sports brands such as,

  • Adidas
  • Nike
  • Puma
  • Reebok

They have all made a concerted effort to dethrone Mitre. They have done this by creating more technologically advanced footballs, and by major advertising programs. You will find that in all the major football tournaments such as the European and World Cup, the football used is from either Adidas or Nike. Adidas were particularly successful with their eastern/dragon design for the World Cup in Japan/South Korea in 2002. Therefore when buying a football nowadays, realise most kids will want the football used in major tournaments, and Nike and Adidas are slowly becoming the market leaders. Both in terms in volume sold and the quality of the football.

Of course when looking for a cheap football none of this matters much. You can find a good useable football for £5. Mitre do one for this price, and other lost cost brands such as Lotto have footballs for this price.

 

 Recommended Resources
 
  • The Soccer Site
    Sells a range of sports equipment for soccer / football. Includes footballs at cheap prices.
  • Argos
    It has it all and at very low prices. At Argos you can find a sports equipment section which sells a range of footballs from manufacturers like Mitre, Adidas, Nike and Puma at cheap prices.
  • N4 Sports
    Find a sports equipment section which sells a range of Cheap Footballs from top sports equipment at low / cheap prices.
 Reviews
 

Posted on 04 / 08 / 2005

Adidas Fever Nova

Stylish football with a new design logo and features soft padding which makes it easier to curl and shoot with. The only downside is the price, it costs from £50-£60. But for the spin, curl, accuracy, and power it allows I was willing to pay the price. Must be the ultimate ball on the market currently.

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David