FIFA World Cup 2014 soccer balls are purchased online from retail websites such as Amazon.com, worldsoccershop.com and soccer.com. Prices vary from about $14.99 to $59.99 for replica models and from $99.99 to $159.99 for official FIFA match quality balls, as of 2015..
The official quality balls are made to exact FIFA specifications for materials used, while replica versions are made with lower quality materials. The 2014 FIFA World Cup soccer balls are manufactured by Adidas and were given the name "Brazuca." The term brazuca is a Brazilian term that describes the Brazilian way of life, according to Matthias Mecking, the Adidas product manager charged with designing the ball. The Brazuca ball spent two and a half years in development, tested by over 600 players, for 30 professional and national teams in 10 countries.