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Monday, January 25, 2016

Mitre - The New Match Ball Sponsor of S.League

Various players from S.League clubs with the new match ball  
The long-to-be-seen hype surrounding this season's S.League has added another talking point with the introducing of its new official match ball - Mitre Delta Hyperseam Football, when it was officially unveiled this afternoon at the Jalan Besar Stadium.

Under this new partnership, Mitre, the world’s oldest manufacturer of footballs, will provide match balls for all S.League, Prime League, Singapore Cup, League Cup, COE League, National Football League and Island Wide League matches for the next five years.

Mitre will the official ball and product supplier for the next five years
Mitre Delta Hyperseam Football
This is the same match ball used in both The Football League and Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) in England and Scotland respectively.

FEATURES

• Featuring Mitre's latest technology Hyperseam, the only technology that fuses stitched and bonded seams to give players the benefits of both

• Zero water uptake and consistency in wet and dry conditions

• Foam and rubber inter lining increases power and control

• Textured surface combined with a 12 panel construction for optimum aerodynamic control.

FIRST FEELING
Grabbing hold of the Mitre Delta Hyperseam Football for the first time, Warriors FC's defender Ismail Yunos shared his thoughts with this blogger at the unveiling.

Ismail Yunos wasn't referring to this ball he is stepping on
Said Ismail: "I first came to know Mitre football through EPL (English Premier League) on television, it's great to have it here in the S.League that make me look forward to the new season.

"From the feel of it, I think this ball will be good for passing game and crosses as well, it is also suitable for youth players." he added.

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