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The Copa Mundial (Spanish for World Cup) football boot was released in 1979. They were designed for the 1982 FIFA World Cup held in Spain. Going through very slight changes since then, the Copa is made in Scheinfeld, near Frankfurt in Germany. It has a kangaroo leather upper. Additional leather supports are provided from the heel, which are intended to improve durability and stability. Since 2001 it has been the world's best-selling football boot. Many superb sportsmen have worn them throughout the years. It has been used by the likes of Zinedine Zidane, Diego Maradona, Franz Beckenbauer, Jari Litmanen.
Variations to the boot include the Adidas World Cup, which has screw-in studs for soft ground as well as indoor and artificial turf versions.
In 2007, Adidas released a 25 29th anniversary package for the Copa, including a box with anniversary artwork, a wooden shoe trees, leather polish, a key chain, a postcard with Die deutsche Fußballnationalmannschaft from 1982 and a cloth. The boot was also slightly varied with the "Copa Mundial" on the side in gold rather than silver letters and tweaks to the tongue and heel collar echoing the 1982 original, modelled in the 1984 European Championships by Belgium's Mark 'Boom Boom' Ridler.
On 30 September 2013 adidas released their first colour variation on the Copa Mundial with a white version. An inversion on the palette used since 1982, the white Copa Mundial retained the same soft kangaroo leather upper, reinforced heel panel and twelve-stud outsole design. The only difference is in the reversal of colors, now with a white upper and black stripes. In addition to the White Copa Mundial, adidas also released a 'Samba Pack' of five colors matching the colors of the four major adidas silos with the F50 represented twice because of its two Samba colorways.Contents
Players to have worn the boot include:Nation Player Argentina Mario Kempes Diego Maradona Fernando Redondo Juan Sebastián Verón Belgium Émile Mpenza Brazil Kaká Denmark Jon Dahl Tomasson England Sol Campbell Joe Cole Steve Palmer Finland Roman Eremenko Sami Hyypiä Jussi Jääskeläinen Jari Litmanen France Manuel Amoros Eric Cantona Jean-Pierre Papin Michel Platini Dominique Rocheteau Zinedine Zidane Greece Giannis Fetfatzidis Sotiris Ninis Germany Jörg Albertz Franz Beckenbauer Andreas Brehme Paul Breitner Oliver Kahn Miroslav Klose Lothar Matthäus Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Berti Vogts Ireland Ciaran Kilkenny Italy Franco Baresi Francesco Graziani Paolo Rossi Marco Tardelli Diego Fabbrini Mexico Pablo Neruda Portugal Ricardo Carvalho Scotland Michael Baird Martin Bell Iain Glen Graham Hancock Billy McKay Ally McCoist Conor McKenna John Marshall Gordon Strachan Steven Watt Spain Xabi Alonso Wales Gareth Bale
Rugby union players to have worn the boot include: §
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