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Adidas unveils Real Madrid’s Kit made from Recycled Ocean Plastic

Adidas unveils Real Madrid's Kit made from Recycled Ocean Plastic-2

Adidas and environmental institute Parley for the Oceans (also known as Parley Ocean Plastic) are addressing the issue of marine pollution from past few years. We have seen Adidas running shoes made from ocean plastic waste and Adidas Parley swimwear made from recycled fishing nets as part of their collaboration. Taking their effort to combat ocean plastic problem, Adidas revealed an all new 3rd football kit for Spanish football club and Champions League winners Real Madrid. The coral pink strip is made from recycled ocean plastic salvaged from different water bodies across the globe.

Manchester United fan builds Old Trafford stadium replica out of matchsticks

Old Trafford stadium replica out of matchsticks

Manchester United is one of the biggest football clubs in the world. With a memorable history and almost all major trophies to their name, the club has millions of fans everywhere around the globe. One diehard Manchester United fan among millions is 41-year-old Chris Scott who has done something unique to show his love for the club. Gardener by profession, the red devils fan has built a replica of Old Trafford stadium out of matchsticks.

Lionel Messi and Adidas unveils limited edition 10/10 boots

10/10 Messi boots by Adidas

Lionel Messi is undoubtedly one of the greatest football players of our generation. The four time FIFA Ballon d’Or winner is also one of the most celebrated sportsperson on the planet. His popularity is the main reason that numerous brands and companies love to associate their name with Messi. One such brand is German sportswear manufacturer Adidas which has been linked to the Argentine football player through various collaborations in the past. Now again, Messi have partnered with Adidas to unveil the new limited edition “10/10” boots.

Karim Benzema splashes $250k on a diamond-encrusted football

Karim Benzema buys $250k diamond-encrusted football

The lifestyle of football players these days in nothing less than that of movie stars. From driving expensive super cars to dating hot models and actresses, footballers with big bank balance love to spend their mullah in style. The very latest example of this is the 27-year-old French international and Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema who have splashed a whopping $250k on a diamond-encrusted football.

“BlackBall” Designer Football table from Quantum Play

If playing Foosball is your favorite pass time, then things are about to get more interesting here. Time to say goodbye to old fashioned Football tables as Quantum Play is bringing a brand new designer Blacklight Football Table from Le Toulet known as the “BlackBall”.

Supporting a modern and curved design, the table features a polished aluminum top, neat ABS reinforced frame, a centralized ball-return system and telescopic steel rods with chrome aluminum handles with silicon grips.

Wayne Rooney designs motorcycle for KidsAid Foundation

How about a custom motorcycle that is specifically designed and inspired by a scissor kick goal? Surely sounds cool and this is what Wayne Rooney, the famous England International and Manchester united striker and Lauge Jensen, a motorcycle manufacturer from Denmark has come up with. The majestic goal is not other than which he scored against Manchester city in last season and which is termed as one of his career’s best goal.

Wayne Rooney said, “The bike we have designed is inspired by my last season’s scissor kick goal against Manchester City. The goal has been described as of high quality, technically outstanding,  powerful and beautiful. I hope people will agree with me when I say that the motorcycle has all these qualities and more “.

GM’s Chevrolet is the new Automotive Partner of Manchester United

English Premier League giants Manchester United has been voted the most popular football club in the world in a recent carried out survey in spite of not winning a single title this season. But that has not reduced their popularity as they crossed 659 million people across the world and the red devils have also signed a  sponsorship deal with General Motors’s Chevrolet replacing the German brand Audi.