Nike Premier League 21-22 Ball Released

Nike and the Premier League have launched the official match ball for the 2021-22 season.

The new Premier League football introduces a bold patterned design that is different from that of the "base editions", once again.

Nike Flight 21-22 Premier League Ball

This picture shows the brand-new Nike Premier League 2021-2022 football.

The new Premier League ball features an eye-catching organic pattern that does not follow the form of the panels but rather the general spherical shape.

Most of the ball is white, but there's also lots of black and a bit of orange/crimson in the form of circles that appear throughout the design.

In terms of tech, the Nike Premier 2021-22 football is very similar to its predecessor in that it's still based on the 'Flight' model with the AerowSculpt tech that was introduced last season.

Nike Flight Premier League 21-22 - 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 previous Merlin ball
  • 3D-printed ink helps fine-tune ball flight so you hit your target shot after shot, pass after pass
  • All Conditions Control (ACC) technology adds a grippy texture so you get a consistent touch in wet or dry conditions
  • 4 fused panels create a larger sweet-spot on the ball for powerful strikes
  • Signature graphics celebrate the top flight of English football
  • Price: £124.95
  • Release date: 15 July, 2021

Chelsea and England midfielder Mason Mount had the following to say about the new Nike Premier League ball: "It's been the most incredible season and you could really feel the difference with the Nike Flight ball. I'm constantly striving for more consistency, particularly when it comes to goals and assists and this ball certainly helps me achieve that. I'm excited to get back to playing with it next season."

The Nike Flight Premier League 21-22 ball will be available to buy from 15 July, 2021.

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