adidas Brazuca Final Rio Official Match Football White/Black/Metallic Gold - size 5
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a b "Nome da bola da Copa é escolhido pela primeira vez por torcedores: Brazuca" (in Portuguese). Globo Esporte . Retrieved 3 September 2012. The name of the ball was revealed on 2 September 2012.  It was selected by a public vote organised by the Local Organising Committee and Adidas, with over one million Brazilian football fans voting.  The name Brazuca was chosen with 77.8% of the vote.  Two other voting options were given: Bossa Nova (14.6% of the vote) and Carnavalesca (7.6% of the vote).  
a b c Howells, Richard (11 June 2014). "World Cup 2014: Adidas "Brazuca" Ball Scores With Fans". Forbes . Retrieved 14 June 2014.The ball is a developmental successor to the Adidas Tango 12 series of balls, with the same bladder and carcass but a different surface structure.   The ball weighs 437 grams and has a circumference of 69 centimetres.  The ball has been made of six polyurethane panels which have been thermally bonded; the reduction in the number of panels is claimed to increase the consistency in the ball.  The Brazuca ball has been stated to avoid aerodynamic problems with the Jabulani ball used in South Africa for the previous World Cup.  It is textured to feel more like the Adidas Finale 13, the official UEFA Champions League ball, than the Jabulani. The following competition used Brazuca ball which was also used in the World Cup, unless named different. AFC edit The original Brazuca balls for the World Cup finals were contract manufactured in Pakistan,  however bona fide replica balls are made in both China  and Pakistan. 
adidas africa approved authentic ball balls brazuca champions euro europa europass fevernova fifa final finale football footgolf france fussball germany jabulani jo'bulani league made match matchball mini official original qatar rare replica rihla russia size soccer south speedcell tango teamgeist telstar uefa used winter world Recent Search Terms Argentina: 2013–14 Argentine Primera División (Torneo Final) and 2014 Argentine Primera División ( Adidas Argentum) a b c "adidas brings brazuca into the world". FIFA.com. Fédération Internationale de Football Association. 3 December 2013. Archived from the original on 5 December 2013 . Retrieved 4 December 2013.a b c "adidas Brazuca – Name of Official Match Ball decided by Brazilian fans". FIFA.com. Fédération Internationale de Football Association. Archived from the original on 5 September 2012 . Retrieved 3 September 2012.