The Fan Park crew takes a closer look at the recently released 2015 UEFA Champions League final ball that will be kicked for the first time in Berlin - called the Adidas Finale Berlin.
The Champions League resumes on the 17th of February.
The new ball might be one of more animated footballs we’ve seen, but it symbolizes the rich history of the Germany’s capital.
The Brandenburg Gate
Featured on the top of the ball, the Brandenburg gate is likely to be the best-known landmark in Germany’s history. The gate symbolizes the unity of the city and it acts as a reminder to stand up for freedom and injustice.
The Ready To Attack Bear
Adidas also added the bear, that is the traditional symbol of the city and it also appears in Berlin’s coat of arms.
The new ball has the iconic-shaped panel design that has been used for the last few official match balls in this famous competition.
The Champions League has been around for over 50 years, dating back to 1956 - where Real Madrid beat Stade de Reims 4-3.
The final has since had over 20 different winners.
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