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Nike’s new Hypervenom 3 football boots were designed to do two things above all else: cut and strike. With these critical components of goal scoring in mind, Hypervenom underwent a radical makeover that includes a shift to Flyknit and the introduction of a new plate.
“This is a finisher’s boot,” explains Max Blau, VP of Nike Football Footwear. “Every component of this boot was built for goals.”
The limited-edition Mercurial Superfly CR7 commemorates Cristiano Ronaldo’s achievements with his club and country this year. Those accomplishments include Ronaldo’s fourth Ballon d’Or, the UEFA Champions League title and the UEFA Euro 2016 championship.
adidas today launched Fracas, the Official Match Ball of the UEFA EURO 2016TM knock-out phase and the ball that will decide who competes in – and ultimately wins – the tournament final on July 10th.
On Saturday, August 8, 2015, footballers Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez had 5000/1 odds of leading their team to the Premier League championship. On Sunday, May 15, 2016, they definitively defied logic to claim the title for the first time in their club’s history, just one year after narrowly avoiding relegation.
Crowds gathered on Oxford Street as football icon David Beckham dropped by the newly re-opened adidas store to surprise more than 100 waiting Manchester United fans – including London-based grime hit-maker Stormzy.
New Balance Football today officially revealed the next step in the evolution of the Furon footwear collection and a brand new colourway for the popular Visaro boot silo.
Nike opens the doors of St. George’s Park, the English Football Association’s National Football Centre and the Nike Academy’s permanent base, to 42 athletes this weekend for an annual, intensive three-day assessment in front of expert coaches, scouts and Nike Academy Manager, Jon Goodman.