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Nike launches new ball for 2021/22 Premier League

15 Jun 2021
Nike Flight ball for 2021/22

Nike's revolutionary Flight football features bold pattern for the new season starting on 13 August

The new Nike ball for the 2021/22 Premier League season has been revealed ahead of the campaign's fixtures, which were released on Wednesday 16 June. 

The latest version of the Flight ball marks Nike's 22nd campaign as the official ball supplier for the Premier League and will make its debut when the Premier League kicks off on Friday 13 August.

This season's Flight ball sets itself apart with a bold graphic designed around the sphere and not locked into the panels.

The base of the graphic is a black organic pattern inspired by the Premier League being one of the most exciting and connected leagues in the world.

Nike Flight ball for 2021/22

While having a unique look, the graphic is grounded in performance. The crimson circles drive enhanced visual performance, allowing the players to read the pace and spin of the ball, react quicker and feel confident in their decisions.

Combining these elements creates a visually stunning look for the Premier League Nike Flight ball, complementing the game-changing AerowSculpt technology introduced last season to improve consistency and give the ball a truer flight.

Nike Flight ball for 2021/22

Mason Mount is just one of the players looking forward to using the new ball in 2021/22.

"It's been the most incredible season and you could really feel the difference with the Nike Flight ball," says the Chelsea midfielder. "I'm constantly striving for more consistency, particularly when it comes to goals and assists, and this ball certainly helps me achieve that.

"I'm excited to get back to playing with it next season."

The Nike Flight Premier League ball will be available to buy on nike.com from 15 July.

Watch iconic goals with the Nike ball
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See: How the Nike Premier League ball has evolved

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