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What does the Fifa-Logo say about your soccer ball?

In 2016 Fifa improved the criteria for the quality seal on soccer balls. But what are the criteria and what do they mean?

The FIFA Quality Logo on a soccer ball means the ball passed tests in weight, scope, roundness, rebound, water absorbation, loss of pressure and preservation of shape and size.

If there is a FIFA Quality Pro Logo on the soccer ball the ball passed severe tests, for example Official Matchballs

If your ball has such a Fifa Emblem it is probably a better ball for matches and for training than a soccer ball without Fifa testing.

Some criteria for a Fifa approved soccer ball in size 5:

FIFA Emblem
These are the three different FIFA emblems
FIFA Emblem
"FIFA Quality"-Emblem of Beau Jeu Official Matchball 2016
FIFA Emblem
"FIFA Quality Pro"-Emblem of Jabulani Official Matchball 2010
FIFA Emblem
"International Match Standard"-Emblem of Jako Speed Trainingsball 2019
FIFA Emblem
"FIFA Quality Pro"-Emblem of Ordem 2 Official Matchball 2015
FIFA Emblem
"FIFA Quality Pro"-Emblem of Teamgeist Official Matchball 2006
FIFA Emblem
"FIFA Quality Pro"-Emblem of Torfabrik 2016/17 Official Matchball
FIFA Emblem
"FIFA Quality"-Emblem of an Uhlsport training ball 2015
scope 68cm - 70cm
weight 410g - 450g
pressure in 72h max. 25% pressure loss
rebound 125cm - 155cm from 2.0m at 20°C
roundness max. 1,8% deviation to perfect sphere

More about (Fifa.com)

Based on the code unter the icon you can see which balls are identical to each other:

404.A1M Telstar Top Replique
202.A1T/202.A1R Telstar Official Matchball
202.Y4O Champions League Final 13 and 14 Competition, Torfabrik 2013/14 Competition, Pro Ligue 1 2013/14 Competition, FEF 2013 Competition
202.A1M EU Qualifiers 2018, +Winter
202.W8S Brazuca, +Final, +Winter
202.A8J Jabulani, +Final, +Winter

Certified Balls (Fifa.com)



Created: 16.09.2018
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