After Games, is anything special done with the Footballs used in the World Cup?
Just me and my curiousity...
I'm not sure, but I think it would be a nice touch if they were given to local football clubs who could make great use of them. The ball itself is very durable and comes with a 2 years warranty, so it should be a great asset for the local football clubs who bring up future SA-talents.
They are sold or given away to sponsors for promos, or for fundraising comps. Within a month of the end of the tourney you generally see them advertised in online auction sites.
they are sold, the big game balls are probably gifted to special people who are some how related to football, the rest are auctioned.
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