It’s a Blog Post Namibia

Bruce Heyns of DHL receives The Ball at the border
Bruce Heyns of DHL receives The Ball at the border

Keep out! Everywhere walls in Africa look like this
Keep out! Everywhere walls in Africa look like this

Namibian beauties: two DJs get their hands on The Ball
Namibian beauties: two DJs get their hands on The Ball

Need head? The Ball gives it
Need head? The Ball gives it

Balls from outer space, meteorites in Windhoek
Balls from outer space, meteorites in Windhoek

Battle of the sexes: whose ball is it anyway?
Battle of the sexes: whose ball is it anyway?

Corner pockets for goalposts? Right on cue
Corner pockets for goalposts? Right on cue

Border guards give a show of hands for The Ball
Border guards give a show of hands for The Ball

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The Ball 2014 will leave England on 9th Jan 2014 and head to the Opening Ceremony in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The Ball 2010 left England on 24th Jan 2010 headed to the Opening Ceremony in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The Ball 2006 travelled from London to the Opening Ceremony in Munich, Germany.

The Ball 2002 was carried 7000 miles across Europe and Asia to the World Cup finals in Korea & Japan.