Kipsta Football Ball F500 Size 5 – Neon/Yellow
Kipsta Football Ball F500 Size 5 – Neon/Yellow. The FIFA-approved F500 hybrid ball, which pairs comfort with durability, for your training sessions and competitions. Need a ball for your football club? The FIFA Basic F500 ball has an inner foam layer to make it more comfortable to use, along with invisible seams to make it last longer.
The panels’ stitching is on the inside so that it won’t wear out as fast.
Lasting air retention
Guaranteed to retain its pressure for longer thanks to its butyl bladder.
The classic 32-panel design with invisible seams.
Your ball complies with international requirements in terms of bounce
We have placed foam panels on the outer cover for your playing comfort.
|Level Of Practice||intermediate|
|Playing Surface||artificial grass, grass|
|Ball Type||hybrid ball|
|Age||over 12 years and adults|
|Type Of Practice||training, competition, game|
|Ball Size||size 5|
|Diameter (In cm)||22 cm|
|Size||Size 5 – 418gms|
|Too Light? Too Heavy? The Weight Is Standardized||This ball weighs between 410 g and 450 g (size 5) and complies with official FIFA standards. FIFA Basic approved.|
|How Big Is It? What’s The Circumference?||This ball measures between 68.0 cm and 70.0 cm and complies with official FIFA standards. FIFA Basic approved.|
|A “Round” Ball?||Here’s how we test sphericity: Average measured variation: 1.8% max (FIFA Basic certification). We measure the football’s sphericity at 4500 different points and then examine any differences. If the discrepancy is greater than 1.8 % (FIFA Basic Standard), our engineers are tasked with improving the sphericity to ensure a consistent bounce.|
|Maximum Pressure Loss Test: Here’s What We Do…||Here’s how we test pressure loss: We inflate the ball to the recommended pressure (meaning 0.8 bar). 72 hours later, the ball must not have lost more than 15% of its pressure, meaning approx. 0.1 bar (FIFA Basic certification). The pressure after 72 hours must, therefore, be at approx. 0.7 bar. This also means that it is quite normal for a ball to lose pressure after a few days.|
|It’s All About the Bounce||Here’s the bounce test: The ball is dropped onto a steel plate 10 times from a height of 2 meters. The bounce height must be between 125 and 155 cm with a maximum difference of 10 cm between the ball’s highest and lowest bounce.|
|Not Even a Scratch!||The most stringent test we put this ball through is the shooting machine test. The ball must withstand 2500 shots against an inclined concrete surface at 50 km/h from a distance of 2.5 m. At the end of the test, we check: – the ball’s general state: stitching must withstand this test – the circumference: It must not have increased more than 1.5 cm.- the sphericity: it must not have varied by over 1.8% – the pressure: loss of pressure must not exceed 12.5%.|
|Storage Advice||After use, store your ball in a dry and ventilated place.|
|Country Of Origin||China|
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