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  • Different types of soccer balls

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    This time I am writing about the most important soccer equipment that is not mention in the previous post. The soccer balls.

    Although all of soccer balls have the same shape; that is sphere, however there are actually many types of soccer balls. Different types of ball works differently in certain places and conditions.

    Premium Match Soccer Balls

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    For an important match, of you need a premium soccer ball that specially design for match. Such ball is like Teamgeist, Puma Italia, and Brine Championship that is used during important games such as World Cup. For it good qualities, most premium soccer balls cost more than $50.

    Match and Training Soccer Balls

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    Compare to premium soccer ball, training ball lacks quality however the price is a lot cheaper. Furthermore, a team needs lot of training balls; that’s why most cheaper price is really an advantage for training balls.

    Keeper Training Balls

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    Unlike field players, keeper will only benefit from weighted ball. If goalkeeper performs when weight ball is used, he is certainly to form well when normal ball is used.

    Futsal and Indoor Soccer Balls

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    Indoor soccer is played on floor or rubber floor, that’s why ball for indoor soccer has been designed to bounce at minimum and work especially well indoors compared to an outdoor ball. Besides, this ball is smaller than outdoor ball so that it’ll has less speed.

    Beach Soccer Ball

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    Beach soccer ball is designed so that it works well at beach that has high friction.

    Soccer Ball Accessories

    Yes, you need inflating needles to pump air into ball once the ball become low on air.

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