It’s almost 2010, and for football fans around the world that means only one thing – the World Cup. Like the Olympic Games it only comes around once every four years, so it has to be made the most of.
This might not be the most exciting part of the World Cup story – watching the official match ball being produced – but it is actually very interesting. For some strange reason.
Who knew it took so long, so many people, and so many machines to make a football!
Firstly, I thought the whole process would have been automated – with machines doing it all. But no, the Chinese workforce appear to be very hands-on and responsible for the production.
No wonder good quality, official match balls are so damn expensive to buy.
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