Inflating and Maintaining Your Errea Soccer Ball!

If you’re a soccer enthusiast, you know how crucial it is to have a well-inflated ball in optimal condition for peak performance. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the steps to correctly inflate your Erreà soccer ball and keep it in perfect condition for long-lasting use..


Before inflating your soccer ball, make sure to store it at room temperature for at least 24 hours. This helps ensure the ball is soft and in optimal shape. When you’re ready, open the ball with both hands and gently shake the bladder.

Valve Oil

A critical step is using valve oil. Add 1-2 drops of oil directly into the valve before each inflation. This ensures the valve seals properly, preventing air leaks during play.


Position the ball so the valve faces upward and insert the inflation needle directly into the valve. Always use a long needle to avoid damaging the valve or the ball’s bladder.

Pressure Check

Inflate the ball to the recommended pressure, indicated on the panel near the valve. Inflate slowly to allow the ball to form correctly. Use a pressure gauge to check the pressure and ensure it is within the optimal range.

Ball Maintenance

Maintaining your ball in top condition is straightforward with a few simple steps. Remember to add a few drops of valve oil before inflating it and to wash and dry it completely in a cool, dry place.

By following these easy steps, your Erreà soccer ball will remain in excellent condition, ready for your matches or training sessions.

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