Known as the Al-Rihla, the official match ball for the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar will be manufactured by Adidas. The ball is an ode to the culture and architecture of Qatar, as well as its flag. The ball was designed to provide speed and accuracy in intense matches. It features a pearlescent background and a design inspired by the flag, boats and architecture of Qatar.
The ball features a 20-panel shape and a counter-relief surface. It also has micro-textures and macro-textures for a realistic feel. The panel shapes were developed to achieve superior aerodynamics. In addition, the ball was tested in wind tunnels to ensure its optimum accuracy. The ball also has a tracking chip inside to alert officials of its real-time position. This technology will also be used in the VAR system to improve the accuracy of match judgments.
In addition to the features already mentioned, the Al-Rihla is the first World Cup match ball made with water-based glues. This makes it one of the most environmentally friendly World Cup balls in history. The ball was also tested on the playing field for durability, dependability and in-flight accuracy.
The ball was designed by Adidas and will be presented in ten cities around the world. It is also available for purchase online at the official Adidas website. The ball will be available in red, white and blue colors. The design includes the Qatari flag and iconic boats, such as the dhow.
The ball is also available in a mini version for $14. The ball was tested on the playing field and in wind tunnels to ensure it was the fastest and most reliable World Cup ball ever designed. It also features a semi-automated offside technology, making it easier for the referee to determine whether or not the ball is in the air.
The ball has an elongated circumference of 70 centimeters, and weighs 450 grams. It also has a pressure of 1.1 atmospheres. The ball is designed to create a smooth flight and produce flawless shots. The ball also features a tracking chip inside that allows officials to track the ball’s position and real-time location. The ball also contains a robotic referee, making it one of the most technologically advanced World Cup balls.
The ball is also the 14th official World Cup ball that Adidas has manufactured in the past 50 years. The ball was tested on the playing field and in wind tunnels to ensure it provided speed, reliability and accuracy. It is also the first World Cup match ball to be made exclusively with water-based glues.
In addition to the features already described, the ball is also designed to meet the needs of the nation. Adidas is also involved in CSR activities to safeguard its position in the sports industry. It will donate 1% of the net sales of the ball to the Common Goal initiative. This initiative is designed to benefit the poor and underprivileged around the world.