Meet The Adidas 2017/18 UEFA Champions League Match Ball

first_imgUEFA has unveiled the Adidas designed official match ball for the 2017/2018 Champions League season.Featuring the Champions League trademark star shaped panels, the ball has a stunning light blue design on the star area depicting thunderbolts, a sharp contrast to last season’s handwriting-style messages in light grey colours.The ball, which will be used throughout the group stages has two versions, the predominantly white version and the orange coloured version that will be used during the winter in snowy conditions.Technology wise, the ball adopts all the characteristics of its predecessors, made for a perfect flight and seamless surface for less water uptake.Also visible on the ball is the ever-present Champions League and Adidas logo.The ball is now available for retail at 140 Euros.The 2017/2018 Champions League group stage kicks off next month as elite teams across Europe vie for a place in the Kiev final next year. Related”No Quality Match Balls In NPFL” – Anthony Okpotu Reveals Why Nigerian Clubs Fail In CAF CompetitionsApril 16, 2020In “Africa”VIDEO: Watch Lionel Messi Play Champions League Anthem On A PianoSeptember 12, 2017In “Europe”UEFA Sanction Everton And Hadjuk Split Over Crowd TroubleSeptember 22, 2017In “Europe”last_img read more

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British Airways celebrates 10 years of flying to Shanghai

first_imgSource = British Airways Fly British Airways to Shanghai British Airways celebrates 10 years of flying to ShanghaiKatherine Jenkins Dazzles at British Airways’ Summer Garden Party to Celebrate 10 Years of Flying to Shanghai British Airways celebrated its 10th anniversary of flights to Shanghai with a British summer garden party starring the award winning singer Katherine Jenkins OBE. The event which brought a taste of the British summer season to Shanghai, also featured a performance from vocal group Jack Pack and a fashion show by Fenwick of Bond Street.Katherine Jenkins, Britain’s leading mezzo-soprano singer, looked beautiful dressed in a navy floor-length gown as she sang classic songs Time to Say Goodbye and Hallelujah for the crowd. Katherine, who has performed for royalty and world leaders around the globe, said: “It’s an honour to be back in China with British Airways to celebrate 10 years of flights to this wonderful city. I love performing here in Shanghai, the audience is so receptive to British music.”The party at The Langham Shanghai Xintiandi hotel kicked off with a live performance from British band Jack Pack, performing in China for the very first time. The modern four-piece swing vocal group performed unique versions of classic songs including Mack the Knife and Light My Fire. The finalists on the popular Britain’s Got Talent TV show, Jack Pack are releasing their debut album this year. The band embody the style of true British gentleman, Alfie from the group revealed the key to dressing with British flair: “Find a style that you are comfortable with and wear it well. Having a unique individual style is important and works as long as you wear it with confidence.”Attending the event, British Airways’ executive chairman, Keith Williams said: “We are very proud to be celebrating 10 years of flights between Shanghai and London and showing off some of the renowned British style. Our vision is to become the airline of choice for Chinese customers travelling to Britain and Europe, and Shanghai plays an integral part in this plan. We look forward to many more years of flights to this great city.”last_img read more

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