A football used in a professional match within the UK should be inflated to 12.5 PSi exactly.
For an Association football, 8-12 psi. For an American football, 12.5-13.5 psi. For an Australian football, 9-11 psi.
9.0-11.0 psi - [Ref. "Football (ball)" - Wikipedia]
There are 13 psi, or pounds per square inch, of air pumped into an NFL football. Wilson is the only US maker of NFL balls.
prem ball are inflated to 12.5 to13.5 psi
8-12 psi according to law 2 of the game
Official FIFA soccer balls must be inflated to 12.5-13.5 pounds per square inch.(PSI).
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7.5 to 8.5 psi
According to the Association of Volleyball Professionals, the official game ball for AVP matches has a maximum inflation of 3.7 PSI.
A properly inflated grid iron football holds 13 psi of air.
An official NFL football should be 11 in. in length and 22 in. in circumference, and inflated to 12 1/2-13 1/2 PSI (pounds per square inch).
The pressure inside a football is caused by the air particles inside the ball being compressed by the addition of increasing amounts of air. The standard PSI of a professional football is 13 psi (Pounds per square inch).
I pumped up a basketball to 60 PSI, at about 55 it started making crackling noises, when I got to 60 PSI the crackling noise was constant and within 2 seconds of reaching 60 PSI the ball exploded. The ball was a Wilson Optima Rubber Basketball .
if you are asking about an average American football 8-12 psi or .6 to .8 bars
A Football is harder. They are pumped to 13 (12.5 to 13.5) PSI in the NFL while a basketball in the NBA is 8.5 PSI. PSI is pounds per square inch. i believe they were looking for the difficulty levels of the two sports rather than the pressure of the ball. in that case it is strictly a matter of opinion eVEN IF IT WAS MORE MATTER OF OPINION fOOTBALL IS WAY MORE CONTACT THAN BASKETBALL THEREFORE FOOTBALL IS WAY HARDER
76-90 kpa or 11-13 psi
Footballs are inflated to 13 pounds per square inch (psi).
According to the official Service Manual, Front Tire Pressure: 150 kPa / 22 PSI Rear Tire Pressure: 175 kPa / 25 PSI Rear Tire Pressure w/ Passenger: 200 kPa / 29 PSI
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For NBA regulation basketballs, the requirement is between 7.5 and 8.5 psi. Your basketball may vary, and if it does, the packaging should state how much psi should be used. Source: http://www.livestrong.com/article/84284-basketball-official-size-weight/