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Alrihla Football Made in Sialkot Would Be Used in FIFA World Cup 2022

Alrihla Football Made in Sialkot

Sialkot Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) vice-president Sheikh Zohaib Rafique Sethi stated on Sunday that Sialkot’s “Al Rihla” ball would be used at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Talking to the APP, SCCI SVP stated Sialkot’s main companyforward sports” had produced Adidas “Al Rihla” football on the way to being officially played in the FIFA football World Cup-2022 as it’s miles a remember of pride and delight for Sialkot and also for Pakistan

He said the layout of the ball would be consistent with Qatar’s lifestyle. Zohaib stated the earth is currently shifting closer to sustainability and the materials used in its production are bio-based recycling. He stated no soluble chemicals had been used within the construction of the ball however handiest in aquatic chemical substances. He said the ball has 20 panels and has been declared one of the most extraordinary in the world.

He stated that the manufacturers are using bio-based recycling substances in football production as international developments evolve. He delivered that no soluble chemical substances had been used in the manner, as an alternative counting on water-primarily based chemicals that don’t pollute the environment.

He said the 20-panel ball come to be declared one of the high-quality in the world. traditionally, World Cup balls are hand-assembled, until “thermos bonding,” a new technology, turned into first delivered at the 2014 international Cup, he delivered.


  • Fifa World cup 2018 Footballs were also made in Sialkot, Pakistan
  • The 2014 FIFA World Cup footballs were made by forwarding Sports, a company based in Sialkot.
  • Sialkot is the world’s largest producer of hand-sewn footballs, with local factories manufacturing 40–60 million footballs a year, amounting to roughly 60% of world production.
  • Football “Made in Pakistan” used in UEFA Champions League Final
  • Pakistan Football Exports grew to $50m in 4MFY22

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