Nike introduced new football for Premier League 2022/23 season.
The Premier League season 2022-23 will finish at the end of May following months of nailbiting sport, and Nike’s fresh new Flight ball intends to finish the season in style with a vivid new offering.
The all-new Nike Flight continues in the footsteps of its 2022-23 match ball predecessors, with the same huge ‘X’ logos dominating the mostly white ground.
Whether it’s a crucial goalline clearance or a last-gasp victory, the Nike Premier League Flight Third Ball wants to take the competition to a new level. Manchester United’s Alejandro Garnacho and Manchester City’s Cole Palmer star in the new match ball promotion.
The third ball, which replaces the Hi-Vis Flight and the first Premier League Flight of the 2022-23 season, has the same cutting-edge Aerowsculpt technology seen earlier in the season. The new match ball will make its debut when Bournemouth takes on Liverpool on Saturday, March 11.
Nike launched another ball for the summer
Nike has released a new upgrade to its current Flight ball, prepping it for all of the drama that the season’s final third normally provides. Can Arsenal be able to sustain their strong run and defeat Manchester City to win their first Premier League title since 2003/04? Or can Everton be able to escape relegation while remaining an ever-present in the Premier League? Can Liverpool be able to secure that all-important top-four spot? And will Chelsea finally discover who their strongest 11 is?
The new look Flight Ball follows suit with the original ball for the 22/23 season and the hi-vis winter-ready version that it takes the baton from, and will see its first competitive action this weekend in Matchweek 27, which kicks off with AFC Bournemouth hosting Liverpool on Saturday 11 March at 12:30. As a result, it sees a recreation of the same design that pays homage to the Premier League’s 30th anniversary, which began in 1992.
To increase visibility on the surface, the same enormous ‘X‘ pictures still dominate the white base, but on the third ball, an excessively layered design has twisted them. The Swoosh, which appears on the Hi-Vis ball, has taken the place of the original’s blocky “NIKE” language. There is nothing further to say. Technology-wise, there is certainly nothing novel here; all that is left is for this one to be severely smashed into the backs of nets across the nation.