My Story:

Much has been earlier said about the first version of this ball: so let’s just dive straight into the main differences of this second version.

This ball has the logo “UEFA Euro’96 Championship” instead and also no FIFA Approved Code under the FIFA Approved diagram.  Maybe this was really the earlier prototype design but it feels just as match ball.


The Official Story:

I have not really seen one online yet, probably too old to have something officially written and uploaded into the world wide web.  There must be something so anyone who has something, please let me know!


Technical Story:

Made in Spain.

FIFA Approved Code: None


  1. Hendrik Schubert
    January 29, 2013


    I just got a new and never kicked Questra Europa Matchball (logo version 2).
    I´ve also never seen this ball before and almost thought it was a fake. But now I think that this is a very very rare item!! Thanks to your Internet-Site 🙂
    Did you see a matchball before, where there is no Fifa-Approved-Code below the Print?
    And where and when have you bought your Questra Europa matchballs?

    Greetings from Germany

    • Wilson
      February 5, 2013

      Hi Hendrik, I bought the Questra Europa from Germany actually even though this ball was Made in Spain. I have not seen a Questra Europa without a FIFA Approved Code except for this one.


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