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Speaking of World Cup Football

Name the thing that the spectators, the players, and even the referee's eyes focus on the most in a football game. A goal is scored when the ball hits the net of the goal post. Spectators come to watch the game hoping to get a goal of their favorite team. And if there is a goal, it doesn't matter, the players dance with joy in the field, the voice of the commentator outside the field is excited, the gallery burst into applause. This tension is extreme in World Cup football.

Different balls are used in each World Cup. This year's World Cup in Russia is a little different. FIFA and sports equipment manufacturer Adidas try to name the ball after the history and heritage of the host countries. This has been the case with balls used in past World Cups. For example, in the 1986 World Cup in Mexico, the name of the ball was 'Azteca'. It was named after the ancient Aztec civilization of Mexico. Again, the name of the ball in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil was 'Brazuca'. But the name of the ball used in this year's World Cup in Russia has not been determined in accordance with any such thing. This ball is named after a ball from about 50 years ago.

In 1963, a satellite station named 'Telstar' was launched in Florida, USA. Which broadcast weather and tornado forecasts. From that popular name, the ball was named 'Telstar' in Mexico World Cup in 1970. In 1970, the ninth edition of the World Cup, Adidas signed a contract with FIFA to produce the first ball. The design has also changed slightly from the first Telstar. Telstar-18 is manufactured in Sialkot, Punjab province, Pakistan. Pakistan's sports equipment manufacturer 'Forward Sports' got the right to make this soccer ball for the Russia World Cup from Adidas. Almost every World Cup since 1990 has produced footballs from there.

The story of the beginning of football in Sialkot is also a bit strange. Football has always been a popular sport among the British living in India. Football used to come to India from England by ship for them. Many times' football was delayed due to various reasons. In 1889, a British soldier's football burst while playing football in Sialkot. Then he brought the football to a cobbler for repair. The soldier was impressed by the cobbler's work. Then told him to make a football. It was the first football made in Sialkot. Since then, football has started to be made there.

This city near the border of India is now famous for manufacturing their fine sports goods. They have been supplying footballs for various major football tournaments since long. Forward Sports provides soccer in Germany's Bundesliga, France's Ligue 1 and the Champions League. Brazuca was the star of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Thermo-bonded footballs have been used in this World Cup. This innovative ball was first used in the 2014 World Cup. Earlier, Pakistan used to supply hand-stitched footballs. From 1990 to 2010, Pakistan has provided hand-stitched footballs in almost every World Cup. Thermo Bonded Balls are essentially heat bonded balls. Adidas was the first to use this technology. Then in 2013 handed over to Forward Sports. 40 percent of the world's balls are now produced in Pakistan. And every month this company makes football about 7 lakhs. Pakistan earns $1 billion every year by exporting sports goods. Of this, $350 to $500 million comes from football exports.

Pakistan's position is the 201st in FIFA ranking. However, Pakistani nationals are getting a taste of direct participation in the game because of their own ball. That's why their excitement is a little higher than the audience of other countries. Khawaja Masood, chairman of Forward Sports, said, "Even though Pakistan's football team is not participating in the World Cup, we will have a sense of presence there because of Our football. ” The nature of the Telstar configuration won the core of the beautiful player in the Dim world, Lionel Messi. He praised this ball during the official exhibition of the World Cup ball in Russia on May 9 last year. According to him, forwards will benefit from this ball as it is smaller and lighter in size. Despite receiving such praise from Messi, the goalkeepers are not happy with the Telstar. Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina has identified many problems with this ball. He said, because of this ball, many goals can be scored from a distance. Moreover, the ball is wrapped in plastic, so it is difficult to catch.

Due to the freezing weather in Russia, the ball is wrapped with a special plastic coating to prevent ice from falling on the ball and disrupting the game in any way. This modern version of the 1970 Telstar model has six panels, whereas the old ball had 32 panels. This ball is lighter and better than any previous World Cup ball. The era of black-and-white television when the original Telstar was built. So, the color of the ball is black and white, keeping in mind that the ball can be clearly seen. Telstar-18 has been rebuilt with modern technology based on that design.

Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar have to be friends with 'Al Rihla'. The more you hear about 'Al Rihla' at the World Cup in Qatar, the more likely he is to win the cup. Also, can increase the nervous pressure of goalkeepers.

Al Rihla Qatar World Cup ball. The manufacturer is Adidas. The Arabic word Al Rihla football means, The Journey. That is, journey. Franziska Loffelman, design director of the manufacturer, said that the ball has tried to capture Qatar's culture, architecture, ancient boats and the colors of the national flag.

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