Sportswear giant Adidas has announced an exhibition which will feature archival shoes celebrating the culture of football in partnership with END.
Sitting in Circle Square off Oxford Road hosts unreleased, samples, working prototypes and the archival Adidas shoes all with a nod to the beautiful game.
The event is in support of Manchester Young Community Champions, a non-profit company that aims to help and benefit young Mancs, with donations also encouraged.
Included in the collection are vintage Adidas trainers and match worn football boots with the likes of signatures from Manchester United legends like David Beckham’s champagne predators signed by himself and Zinedine Zidane, Edwin van der Sar and Juan Mata.
Adidas’ collaborations with Manchester music heavyweights were also on show with Liam Gallagher, Joy Division and Ian Brown all displayed.
Manchester music will be additionally highlighted at neighbouring venue CANVAS with performances from Happy Mondays, The Courteeners front man Liam Fray, Pastel and Afflecks Palace.
The streetwear brand is also showing their previous collaborations with high end retailer END.
With the World Cup commencing this week, all the tournament balls since 1970 are included in the exhibition.
The event will run from 18th November to 27th November, opening from midday through to 8pm, with the entrance being free and no ticket required.
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