In just five years, Lotto continues to rack up trophies in world championships. In 2010, in South Africa, Joan Capdevila with his customized "Lotto Fuerzapura" model shoe, brings the “double field” logo to centre stage, wins the cup with his Spanish National team.
Intuition, passion and the courage to believe in big dreams brings Lotto to sponsor the Costa Rican National football team, winning a bet thanks to the great historic success of the South American national team in the 2014 World Cup, heroically coming up to the quarter-finals. The “double field,” as the
Lotto logo became to be known as, is also worn by an absolute champion of football such as Luca Toni who is crowned as top scorer of Serie A in 2014, achieving more than 300 goals in a career.
In tennis, the victories continue in various international tournaments and for the first time in 2010, a Lotto athlete, Francesca Schiavone wins the Roland Garros.3 years later at Wimbledon, Marion Bartoli wins the most famous English grass court title in the world with Lotto on her feet. In addition, David Ferrer and Agnieszka Radwanska win back to back victories by bringing the Lotto brand to the most important tennis courts in the world.
The Lotto Zhero Gravity VII 200 football shoe is included in the catalog "ADI Design Index 2015", annual publication of the Association for Industrial Design, which collects the best of Italian design. Among all the products selected, it is the only shoe model included in the volume of 150 objects of excellence Made in Italy.