Nike Ordem Match Ball Overview

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The Nike Ordem is the revolutionary match ball Nike created for all of its national teams. The Ordem has a bright, bold pattern to honor the 2014 host country and even features an official Brazil team badge.

Built for the next generation of footballers, the Nike Ordem offers optimal touch with a new Fuse-Welded 12 panel design and unprecedented flight control with new aerodynamic NIKE AEROW TRAC grooves; and maximum visibility with Nike RaDaR technology to help see the ball quicker.

Controlling the ball starts with the first touch, and the Nike Ordem ball is designed and engineered for a highly sensitive feel and explosive response off the foot. The ball consists of 12 fuse-welded panels in a 3-layer casing system, and a poly-blend wrapped, free-floating carbon latex bladder.

The surface of the Nike Ordem is debossed with NIKE AEROW TRAC grooves. Nike Football’s newest proprietary innovation, these grooves are engineered to grip and channel the air to produce the truest trajectory and most consistent flight, which help ensure stability and accuaracy in mid-air.

The surface of the Nike Ordem is emblazoned with Nike’s RaDaR (Rapid Decision and Response) technology. This is a graphic pattern that creates a flickering effect as the ball rotates making it easier to see in a player’s peripheral vision and allowing for faster reactions and decision-making.

The ball featured in ‘Straight Down The Middle’ will be used by all Nike-sponsored Federations (including the ten teams who will play in Brasil next summer) in international friendly games from early 2014.



  1. That ball is great, i want one!!!

  2. Is with that ball easier to make a knucleball in comparition to Incyte?

  3. hey josh, could you do a comparison video of all of the current top ends soccer balls like the ordem, brazuca, etc? It would be greatly appreciated.

  4. Hey josh! I was really looking forward on getting a net for my yard. I was watching your review videos on the goalrilla game makers and I loved the concept and the look. I just don’t want to pay 350 dollars for something that isn’t the size I want. I know that sounds weird but I was wondering if you could do a review on a goal maybe a bit down to a 200 dollar budget, but a bit bigger than the game maker. I’d appreciate it so much.

  5. Hey Josh
    Can you please do a comparison video of Nike Ordem and Adidas Brazuca because i am buying one of them and i don’t know which i should buy

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