Juventus Football Club stays true to its roots with a traditional home kit for next season. The sleek fitted jersey features the club’s famous black and white stripes, this time in a thinner style reminiscent of the kits Juventus wore during its dominant run in the 1980s.
Nike’s most technologically advanced football, the Nike Maxim FA Cup ball, will be used at Wembley this weekend for the FA Cup Final between Manchester City and Wigan Athletic.
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The most technologically advanced football that Nike has ever created, the Nike Maxim is set for its FA Cup debut this weekend. As supporting partner of the FA Cup, Nike will supply match balls for every FA Cup game, starting this weekend with Millwall vs Wigan Athletic and Chelsea vs Manchester City.
Its been a while since we last reviewed a set of boots on goals and gear, and what better to get us back into the swing of things than the sucessor to our favourite boot of 2012?
At a recent shoot for the Nike FC247 collection in Manchester, England, Wayne Rooney shared insights about small-sided football, opened up about growing up in Liverpool and named his favorite part of training. During the shoot, Rooney tried out Nike’s new Bomba Finale II, a shoe created for the demands of astroturf-based football.
As a young player growing up in Fuentealbilla, south of Spain, Andres Iniesta had dreams of making it to the professional ranks of football. Part of his schooling involved playing small-sided football with his friends in his hometown. It was a formative part of his footballing education that benefits his game to this day.
NIke’s Bomba Finale boot has been a favourite of the ‘power’ player who plays on AG since it first launched in 2011. Now Nike has given the boot a radical redesign which sees it move to a more agile boot. Launched with Wayne Rooney as the face of the boot, it is sure to be a favourite with 5-a-side Strikers. More info after the cut
In early 2012, more than one hundred thousand hopefuls from around the world entered ‘The Chance,’ Nike’s search for unsigned football talent. The journey to find the best among these players encompassed more than 50 regional finals, the week-long global finals held at FC Barcelona, and a four-week once-in-a-lifetime football tour that gave the top 16 players an opportunity to compete against teams from U.S. Soccer, Manchester United and Juventus.