Footballs From Pakistan Will Be Used For FIFA World Cup 2018

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Footballs From Pakistan Will Be Used For FIFA World Cup 2018

Footballs From Pakistan Will Be Used For FIFA World Cup 2018: Russian Ambassador Alexey Dedov, has confirmed that “Made In Pakistan Footballs”  to be used in the World Cup matches that will be played in Russia. However, Pakistan football team ranking at 198 will not be participating in the grand event.

Sialkot, has been famous for producing finest quality sports goods and has been supplying footballs for grand soccer events and torunaments for a long time. For the FIFA World Cup 2018, Thermo bonded footballs are being prepared by attaching the panels through heat. This was was first introduced in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. As per details, a contracting manufacturer of global sports brand Adidas in Sialkot, workers of a local sports company are occupied for extra hours to guarantee the on time delivery of the footballs.

Footballs From Pakistan Will Be Used For FIFA World Cup 2018
Footballs From Pakistan Will Be Used For FIFA World Cup 2018

Mohammad Yunus Dagha presented the replica of the football to secretary commerce. He shared that the new ball included a microchip technology that allowed the speed and trajectory of the ball to be tracked and analysed. Muhammad Sarfraz Butt, Former President Sialkot Chambers of Commerce Industry(SCCI) was also present at the presentation.

“Forward Group” is the company who is continuously winning the securing bids for the FIFA World Cup. It is an innovation driven football producing company maintaining the largest global presence with renowned global brands, organizations and entrepreneurs. Through their design strategy, novelty, innovation and a sustained ambition to attain new product success every year they have been competing with the world’s best producers of sports goods.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be the 21st FIFA World Cup that will be contested by the men’s national teams of the member associations of FIFA. It is scheduled to take place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018. So far 356,700 FIFA World Cup tickets allocated within 24 hours while Video assistant referee technology (VAR) will make its debut at the World Cup in Russia this summer.

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