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Adidas 23-24 Copa del Rey & Spanish Super Cup Ball Released

Update: One month after the ball was debuted, the new Adidas 2023-2024 Copa del Rey & Spanish Super Cup football is available to buy via the Spain-based football store Fútbol Emotion. The Adidas 2023-2024 RFEF football is based on the tech of the 2022 World Cup ball.

The Royal Spanish Football Federation have unveiled the official ball for the Copa del Rey final, which will take place today, May 6, between Real Madrid and Osasuna.

The new 2023 Copa del Rey final ball is actually already the ball for the 2023-2024 season. It is the iteration of the Antwerp football.

Adidas 2023-24 RFEF Soccer Ball

The Adidas Copa del Rey RFEF 2023-2024 football is customized with graphics that combine the colors of the Spanish national flag, red and yellow, along with black, white, and grey. This gives the football some German flag vibes.

What makes the Copa del Rey 2023-2024 even more unique are the various details. It bears the logo of the tournament, details of the final, and a circular emblem that commemorates the 60th anniversary of the first European Championship won by the Spanish team.

Tech-wise, the Adidas Antwerp 2023-2024 football is the same as the Adidas Al Rihla 2023 World Cup soccer ball.

Adidas RFEF Antwerp 2023-2024 Football - Key Facts

  • The Royal Spanish Football Federation has unveiled the official ball for the Copa del Rey final between Real Madrid and Osasuna
  • The new ball is called the "Antwerp" and features a unique triangular panel design based on the Al Rihla 2023 World Cup soccer ball.
  • The ball is customized with graphics that combine the colors of the Spanish national flag, along with black, white, and grey.
  • The ball will debut at the grand final in Seville and will be used in competitions organized by the Royal Spanish Football Federation in the 2023/24 season.

The new Adidas 2023 Copa del Rey Final Ball is available to buy for 150 Euros.

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