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This is an exposition of the Match balls used in the World Cup, before 1970, the balls were all the same and people didn't feel it was appropriate for such an important and event like the world cup.
So the FIFA contracted the Karlsland Sport Company "Dasbrus" to design the balls for the next event that was going to take place in their homeland.
And thus from the world cup in Karlsland 70, Dasbrus has been in charge of designing the balls for each ball used for the matches in the World Cup.
Dasbrus designers meet with represantives with each nation educated on the cultural and trending topics of their respective countries and together they decide what will be the design of the balls and then mass produce it for the World Cup.
Here we see a list of all the balls that were used starting from Karlsland 70.
The Anastasia: Orussia's Anastasia is named after Douchess Anastasia Nikolaevna, of the Romanov dynasty who was the memebr of the royal family who assisted to all the matches where Orussia played and even if the country would be eliminated, Anastasia remained until the end of the cup, saying that it didn't matter and that it was a wonderful event and everyone in the world should enjoy it regardless if the team representing their countries is there or not, because of that attitude, the ball was named after her.
The star shaped desing is meant to represent Orussia's conquest of space by being the first nation that sent a human into space, or more precisely...a Witch "Yuridia Aleksandra Gagarin" becoming both the first human and the first woman that went into space.
This ball is a favorite among soccer fans due to its desing to whitstand the cold weather of Orussia.
The Ceasar: Romagna and Venezia's ball for their World Cup, named after Julius Ceasar, the first emperor of the Roman Empire and a title for all Roman emperors, alongside The Anastasia being the only ball that it is not primarely white, but gold colored, the white section in the middle represent a roman column with the phrase "Veni - Vidi - Vici" spoken by Julius Ceasar to give courage and strenght to Romagnian and Venezian players.
There are plans to stablish a tradition for every soccer tournament that takes place in either Romagna or Venezia name the ball after the emperors of Rome, hoping the next ball to be called "Augustus"
The Hanasaku: Fuso's Hanasaku (Meaning Bloom) is the ball for the first world cup of the new millenium, a simple but meaningful desing which consist of a lot of red lines forming a Chery Blossom flower that "Opens to the World" symbolizing Fuso's aperture to the world on 1588 after its unification by Oda Nobunaga, a decision that proved to be incredibly productive for the nation, leading it to form an alliance with Britannia and taking an important role in the Second Neuroi War becoming one of the greatest powers in the world next to Liberion and Karlsland.
The ball invites people to come and see the beauty of the Fuso Empire.
Each ball has the names of five famous witches from the country, the one featured here is themed after "The Heroes of the Fuso Sea Incident", Tomoko Anabuki, Junko Takei, Mio Sakamoto, Keiko Katou and Yoshiko Nishizawa.
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