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At Lovell Soccer, we’re not just about selling footballs. We’re about fuelling your passion for the beautiful game. Our collection of leather and synthetic footballs, backed by careful research, is designed to give you the perfect balance of weight, texture, and flight dynamics.

We take immense pride in offering the finest footballs in the market. Our range isn’t just diverse, it’s handpicked to cater to every football enthusiast out there. From premium balls used by professionals, crafted by leading football brands like Nike, Mitre, adidas, and Puma, to basic balls, takedown versions, and bundles, we’ve got something for everyone.

Whether you’re gearing up for Match Day, training sessions, or a casual kickabout in the park, we’ve got you covered. Our extensive selection of footballs comes in Size 3, Size 4, and Size 5, ensuring that we cater to all age groups and skill levels. We also offer mini footballs, perfect for children or promotional purposes.

So why wait? Improve your game with our exceptional quality and performance. Browse through our wide collection of footballs today and experience the Lovell Soccer difference. Your perfect match is just a click away.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I choose the right football size for my game?

Consider the age of players, the standard of players, and the pitch and weather conditions when selecting a football size. Sizes 1 and 2 are suitable for younger players, while sizes 3, 4, and 5 cater to different age groups and game standards.

What is the difference between Size 4 and Size 5 Footballs?

Size 4 footballs suit players aged 11 to 13 (Under 11, 12, 13, and 14's), weighing 350g - 390g, and with a circumference of 63.5cm - 66cm. Size 5 footballs are for players aged 14+ (Under 15, 16, 18, and above), weighing 410g - 450g, with a circumference of 68cm - 70cm. Choose the right size for the best playing experience.

What is the difference between a training ball and a match ball?

The key difference between match balls and training balls is the latex bladder. Match balls are ideal for grass pitches, providing a softer and bouncier feel. However, they require more frequent inflation as latex has reduced air retention properties.

Which brands are popular for footballs in the UK?

Leading football brands in the UK include Nike (used in the Premiership), Mitre (used in Leagues and The FA Cup), adidas, Puma, and Molten. These brands offer a variety of quality footballs for different purposes.

What are footballs made of?

Football exteriors are typically made of synthetic leather, polyurethane, or other durable materials. The inside consists of layers of fabric and a rubber bladder to maintain the ball's shape and air pressure.

What is the best material for football balls?

Premium footballs are crafted from high-quality synthetic leather, ensuring excellent feel and control. Durable polyurethane (PU) is used for top-tier match balls and many training balls, while cheaper options might feature PVC. Additionally, the bladder material inside the ball is an essential factor to consider.

What footballs do the pros use?

Professional players typically prefer using Size 5 Match footballs, aligning with the official ball size used in football leagues worldwide. In many cases, professional leagues and tournaments have their own official match balls, such as the Nike Premier League ball or the adidas UEFA Champions League ball. These specially designed balls meet FIFA standards and often feature distinctive branding and design elements.

Who makes footballs for the Premier League?

Nike has held the prestigious title of the Official Ball Supplier for the Premier League since the inception of the 2000/01 season. As the chosen supplier, Nike furnishes the league with its premium-quality footballs, solidifying its crucial role in shaping the game at its highest level.