New adidas Football Boots on Pitch
Recently SoccerBible has been exclusively unveiling some new adidas football boots, which are sure to catch the eye on-pitch due to their bright colours. Well now is the time to find out how they look, as we have snaps of top players including Diego Forlan, Lionel Messi, Karim Benzema and Stewart Downing sporting their new football boots...
Top players around the globe are gearing up for a weekend of new football boots, as they break-in their new football boots in either training sessions or friendly matches.
The new Blue/White/Slime adidas F50 adizero football boots were unveiled over a month ago, and you can check out our full review by clicking here. It now seems adidas have chosen this weekend for their boots to make their global debut, with the likes of Karim Benzema, Fabio Coentrao and Stewart Downing spotted training in the new colourway.
The new Champions League adidas adiPower Predator football boots were only unveiled this week, but we've already seen them make an on-pitch debut from Juventus player Alessandro Matri. Playing in a friendly against Notts County to open the Italian giants new stadium, Matri wore the new White/Purple versions, but he's not the only player spotted in the new Preds...
Diego Forlan has been snapped training for his new team Inter Milan, ahead of making his debut, wearing the lastest edition of the adiPowers. Interestingly, Forlan has made the switch this season into the latest version of the Predator, and you can check out our full review of the latest White/Purple editions by clicking here.
Of course, we can't ignore the biggest boot news of the week which was Lionel Messi spotted in the new adidas F50. So all eyes will be on Barca's clash at the weekend with Sociedad, to see if the world's best player will continue to wear his new boots!
We're really looking top this weekends action, and can't wait to see the players in their new boots. Let us know if you see any of your favourite players wearing new boots by mailing us at email@example.com, and as always have your say and share your thoughts with the SoccerBible community online, on Twitter and on Facebook.