Spectacular Nike Premier League 'Tunnel Vision' 2019-20 Ball Released

Monday, 17 February 2020
Nike this morning finally revealed the brand-new ball that will be used in the Premier League from now until the end of the season.

Dubbed the 'Tunnel Vision' Nike Merlin Premier League, the ball is already available to buy and will be debuted in the match between Chelsea and Tottenham next weekend. It will replace the hi-vis 'winter ball' that is currently in use.

Nike Premier League Ball - White / Black / Orange

This is the new Nike Premier League 2020 'Tunnel Vision' ball.

Based on the same Premier League-exclusive upper design first seen on the regular 19-20 ball, unveiled in June, the new ball is white and black with large orange circles for better visibility. A graphic of the Premier League trophy can be seen inside one of the panels, further showing that the 'Tunnel Vision' ball is made for the final and decisive end of the season.

When Nike presented the aforementioned regular 2019-20 Premier League ball, it was stated that the "modular design of the ball allows for easy changing of the overall look." It was also hinted at there being more than just the regular two different ball designs throughout the season.

Tech-wise, the new Nike Merlin ball is the same as 'Merlins' used since the start of the season and last.

Nike Merlin Premier League 19-20 'Tunnel Vision' Ball - Features

  • 4-panel construction reduces seams and enlarges the striking surface
  • 3-D ink patterns apply variations in texture for targeted control
  • Nike Aerow Trac grooves allow consistency in ball spin
  • ACC (All Conditions Control) tech
  • Foam casing has a cloth backer
  • Latex bladder maintains pressure and shape more consistently than rubber bladders
  • Release date: 17 February 2020

The Nike Premier League 'Tunnel Vision' 2020 ball is available from buy from today, February 17. It will be debuted in the match between Chelsea and Tottenham on February 22.

What do you think about the latest Nike Premier League football design? Comment below.
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