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Training balls in football: the perfect compromise
Modern footballs are true high-tech products. When it comes to matchballs, the manufacturers put all their knowledge to work. This of course has its price. That is why most football clubs below the professional leagues use training balls. These are considerably cheaper to buy than match balls, but still of outstanding quality. Especially in terms of durability, training balls are at least on a par with leather for match play.

The football shop has an exquisite selection of training balls from various manufacturers such as JAKO, Erima or Derbystar. Thanks to the favourable conditions in the shop, football clubs can purchase entire ball packages for the price of a single match ball and thus ensure the training of an entire team with low financial investment.

High quality training balls in the football shop of
It makes sense that training balls are so robust. After all, they are kicked thousands of times on football goals and mini goals in the course of their existence. They are pumped up umpteen times with a ball compressor and are not spared in wind and weather. Cue balls, which are only used at the weekends and are usually maintained more intensively, have to tolerate much less strain.

One of the best training balls on the market, which is also part of the range offered by the shop, is the Derby star Brillant TT. The abbreviation "TT" stands for "Team Training". Good training balls like the Derbystar Brillant TT are no longer made of PVC, but of the softer PU plastic - just like most match balls.

Advantages of PU material for training balls compared to PVC material:
By using the high-quality PU material, the training balls can be played better and have more stable flight characteristics.
Furthermore, PU has a higher temperature tolerance, making the balls more resistant and longer lasting.
The durability of the Derbystar Brillant TT is further enhanced by the fact that the training ball is sewn with a total of 780 stitches and is closed with double knots. It could hardly be more stable.
All in all, the use of PU reduces the differences between training and match and makes it easier for the players to change over.
Further advantages of modern training balls using the example of Derbystar Brillant TT:
Several layers of textile materials make training balls rounder, softer, more water-repellent and improve the contact surface with the foot. This process is being used for more and more training balls, including the Derbystar Brillant TT.
Bubbles made of natural latex give training balls an even rounder shape and ensure optimum bounce with low air loss.
A balancing weight on the opposite side of the valve leaves a perfectly balanced training ball.
Double-Lock valves reduce air loss to a minimum.

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