Official ball of the 1934 World Cup in Italy under the name "The Federale 102" was made a Roman firm called ECAS ("Ente Centrale Approvvigionamenti Sportivi"). ECAS, one of the numerous fascist organizations of the time, was under the jurisdiction of the company of the championship organizing committee. In addition to the "feds" competitions were used, and the other two goals. in the beginning of the XX century, most footballs produced Britain, which exported them to other countries, where the sport was gaining popularity. The advertising campaign dedicated to the new ball, tried to convince Italian athletes to use the national equipment instead of imported. World Cup Ball 1934 Federale was composed of 13 polygons, which were tightly stitched together by hand. Most of the classical ball models consisted of 12 items, such as those used in the previous World Cup. The innovative feature of this ball was the presence of a separate panel with a cotton lace, which replaced the . The previous version of the leather lacing delivered the players a lot of inconvenience, and often causes injuries - so many old photos of football players can be seen in the protective headgear or headbands.
World Cup Ball 1934 (Federale 102)
- Product Code: 002
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