Nike Flight Premier League 2021-2022 'Base' Balls Leaked - Incredible Early

Update: Nike will release the generic Nike Flight 2021-22 football in a few other colorways, including a hi-vis winter version. In total, there are pictures of four different colorways / versions of the streamlined Nike Flight 2021-2022 ball.

So far, just 8 Matchdays of the 2020-21 Premier League season has been played. However, we now already get a hint of the design of the official 2021-22 Premier League football.

Nike Flight 2021 Premier League Ball Leaked

Streamlined Nike 21-22 Flight Ball

This picture shows the 2021-22 Nike Flight football.

The streamlined 21-22 Nike Flight ball introduces a modern and bold design that has less to do with the visual designs of footballs in the 2000s and the 2010s. It comes with large elements such as triangles and rectangles and logos. The ball itself is white, black and red.

On the upper are various inscriptions, including one that reads "2021-2022", others with the tech features and also some numbers.

The design on the official Premier League 21-22 ball will be likely close to the design of the 'generic' ball.

Hi-Vis Winter

White / Lime Green

White / Purple / Volt

If we look at the tech, the new Nike Flight 21-22 ball is identical to the first Nike Flight soccer ball released in Spring / Summer 2020. All pictures show the lower-tier Nike Club version.

Nike Flight Elite 2021-22 - Features

  • Nike Aerowsculpt technology uses moulded grooves to disrupt airflow across the ball for less drag and more stable flight. The revolution in aerodynamics results in 30% truer flight compared to Nike's Merlin ball.
  • 3D-printed ink helps fine-tune ball flight to help you hit your target shot after shot, pass after pass.
  • All Conditions Control (ACC) technology means you get consistent touch in wet or dry conditions.
  • 4 fused panels create a larger sweet spot on the ball for powerful strikes.
  • Colorway: White / Black / Red
  • Price: £120

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