The Premier League returned this weekend after the international break with a new winter ball, which made its debut when Newcastle United hosted Chelsea FC on Saturday.
The Nike Flight ball has been part of a blistering start to the season, hitting the back of the net 245 times in just 78 matches, at an average of 3.1 per match, and the new Hi-Vis version won’t slow down the quest for goals during the winter nights.
Tuning in to the speed, precision and explosiveness of the competition with dynamic eye-catching patterns, the official 2020/21 Premier League Hi-Vis Nike Flight match ball delivers a look as clean and striking as the shots it will produce.
Designed for higher visibility in tough conditions, with hazard tape graphics and an iridescent Swoosh, the stylish new ball will be used from the start of Matchweek 9.
‘Ball adds new dimension’
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane looked forward to using the Hi-Vis Nike Flight Ball when he faced Manchester City this weekend.
“I always love the introduction of the Hi-Vis ball as it adds another dimension to the game,” says Kane, who has scored seven Premier League goals this season.
“We’ve seen an incredible start to this season with the new Nike Flight Ball and I’m excited to see how this Hi-Vis version performs.”