In 2008 Denmark’s EIR launched the first football scientifically developed and adjusted to fit female players (of course it is also suitable for any other player as well!). The design has been developed extensively over time, always with the aim of supporting women who play football.

In 2015 EIR teamed up with UNDP and created the official SDG ball that proudly displays all of the United Nations’ 17 Global Goals icons. The Global Goals are also known as the Sustainable Developments Goals (SDGs). 

Five ball facts

  • 50% of the players find the EIR ball better vis-a-vis a standard 5 ball.

  • 86% of all respondents respond positively to the EIR ball. Nearly half of all respondents stress that when playing with the EIR ball they have a better feeling.

  • 66% think it is more fun to play with the EIR ball.

  • 60% want to continue to play with the EIR ball.

  • 53% say that playing with the EIR ball is a special experience.

More facts and the underlying research on Eirsoccer.com.


The revolutionary EIR ball collection

  • WEURO 2022. Together with Denmark’s Mads Nørgaard we have designed a football to celebrate the UEFA Women's EURO 2022. Printed on the football are Global Goal 5 for Gender Equality and Global Goal 16 for Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions. 
  • The VOTE Ball (2020) by Hope Gangloff. Her work is represented by the Susan Inglett Gallery in New York. Find more here: www.hope-gangloff.com.
  • The SDG Ball (2015): Supports UN/UNDP and partners in spreading the 17 Global Goals.

  • Pigernes Stemme (Girls voices) (2016): Supported the biggest research project of youth girl football in Denmark. Created together with Copenhagen University, TrygFonden and the Danish Football Association DBU.

  • Do Democracy (2015): Celebrates women’s right to vote in Denmark and across the world. Created with Copenhagen Distortion, the Danish Government and former Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. She is the first woman to hold this post.

  • Good Luck (2014): Supporting football camps for refugee women in Denmark. Created together with Danish fashion brand GANNI.

  • Karma (2013): An initiative supporting performances by girl refugees from Afghanistan and other war torn countries in cooperation with US State Department. Changing the world through sport and music. (orange ball). Created with Hummel and Roskilde Music Festival.

  • Art Rebels (2012): Raised funds and awareness for Red Cross Asylum United, the first women’s refugee soccer league. Created with Art Rebels, Hummel and Roskilde Music Festival.

  • Sensational Black (2011): Raised funds for an Afghan women’s and men’s national team bus. Created with Hummel.

  • Sensational 1 (2008)