The World Cup final will be played using a gold-coloured ball - and the winners will use the same design of ball in all their games for four years.
The 1966 event was the last World Cup to feature a ball without a logo
The Times newspaper has revealed that the winners of the tournament will keep the ball until the next World Cup.
Apart from the final - and for the first time since 1994 - a black and white ball will be used in games.
Adidas designed the Teamgeist ball in black and white because they are the traditional colours of hosts Germany.
A martial arts weapon featured on the design of the ball in the 2002 finals to symbolise the energy of hosts Japan and South Korea.
The 1966 tournament - when England triumphed on home soil - was the last World Cup to feature a football without logos.