Athletes | 10.12.2018

Fernando Torres

Morelia NEO II

The essence of speed


On Friday, September 21, 2018, Mizuno signed a Brand Ambassador Agreement with Fernando Torres (Sagan Tosu), a member of the national football team of Spain. Under the terms of the agreement, Fernando Torres will wear Mizuno football boots starting from the Japanese league match on Saturday, September 22.

He will also offer advice for the improvement and development of Mizuno football-related products, and will provide cooperation in advertising and communications and publicity activities for Mizuno apparel products unrelated football.

Comment from Fernando Torres:

"It is a great honor for me to conclude a Brand Advisor Agreement with such a historic sports brand as Mizuno. I greatly enjoy the 100% stress-free comfort their boots ensure during play, and will continue to strive to achieve good results for the club with the Mizuno boots." Morelia Neo II

– Fernando Torres

Fernando Torres will wear Morelia Neo II boots starting from the Japanese football league match on Saturday, September 22. The Morelia Neo II boots uphold the “lightweight, flexible, barefoot feel” concept of the Morelia boots series launched in 1985. Specially designed for players who strive to be even faster, these boots are extremely lightweight at 185g and offer reconstructed studs for better grip and traction on the field.


Profile of Fernando Torres

Affiliation: Sagan Tosu
Date of birth: March 20, 1984 (34 years old)
Place of birth: Spain
Height: 186cm.
Major career points:
2001 Made his professional debut with Atlético Madrid (Spain)
2003 Made his debut for the national team of Spain
2007 Transferred to Liverpool FC (England)
2008 Won the UEFA EURO 2008
2010 Won the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
2011 Transferred to Chelsea FC (England)
2012 Won the UEFA EURO 2012 and the Golden Boot Award
2013 Won the Golden Boot Award at the FIFA Confederations Cup Brazil 2013
2014 Transferred to AC Milan (Italy)
2015 Transferred to Atlético Madrid (Spain)
2018 Transferred to Sagan Tosu (Japan)
(A total of 110 matches for the national team as of September 2018)