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adidas Unveil Berlin UCL Graffiti

adidas have set up camp in Berlin ahead of the Champions League Final and they've marked their territory by inviting 1,000 young footballers to help reveal a giant graffiti installation in the city.

Bringing their football revolution to the German capital, adidas enlisted the help of the young players who took shots one by one at a giant 650 square meter plaster wall in the Mitte area of central Berlin. The first shot was fired against the wall by Hertha BSC forward and Champions League winner Salomon Kalou, with the rest of the attending group bringing down pieces of the ’old’ and simultaneously revealing the ‘new‘.

The unveiled artwork behind the wall, which was created by 10 individual graffiti artists, depicts an image taken from the perspective of a helicopter flying above the Berlin Olympic stadium, highlighting the new adidas silo’s X and ACE. It's all set to be an epic weekend for adidas Football with Fernando Llorente, Álvaro Morata, Ivan Rakitić and Luis Suárez all switching into the next chapter of adidas football boots come kick off in the Olympic Stadium.


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