PUMA has revealed the official match ball for the upcoming 2022-23 EFL season.
After a successful first season as the official supplier, they will once again produce the match ball for all EFL competitions, including the Championship, League One, League Two, EFL Cup and EFL Trophy.
The ball, which incorporates the latest technology developed by PUMA, is made of 12 symmetrical panels forming the perfect sphere, with contours between panels enhanced to form deeper channels resulting in perfect ball flight aerodynamics.
This season’s traditional white ball features the colours of the EFL logo in a bold, expansive design, reflecting the variety of football on show. A high-vis fluorescent yellow version also launches today and has been produced for poor visibility conditions, and will be introduced on pitch in November. This season will also introduce specially designed balls in competition colours for the EFL Cup and EFL Trophy.
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