Back in December, we gave you a peek at Brazuca, the official 2014 World Cup match ball. Most of the games will be played with it — but not all of them. There will be a special ball for the World Cup final, and that made its debut today.
Brazuca Final Rio will hit the pitch with the two teams that make it to the championship game. And for the most part it's exactly the same as the everyday Brazuca. The biggest change is in the color scheme. The match ball is full of blues, greens, and oranges, but Final Rio's look is stripped down to green and gold to mimic the design of the FIFA World Cup trophy.
Here are a couple more looks at Brazuca Final Rio, as well as a comparison to the everyday Brazuca:
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Photos courtesy adidas
First Look at the World Cup Final Ball