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“Marco van Basten shook off injury to inspire the Netherlands to their first major title, culminating in an incredible final volley.

'Berni' the UEFA Euro 88 MascotAfter bowing out of the tournament in agonising circumstances in 1984, West Germany expected far greater things when they finally got their chance to stage the UEFA European Championship for the first time in 1988.

Franz Beckenbauer was masterminding their effort for a start, and most neutrals envisaged his side steamrollering the field after reaching their second straight FIFA World Cup final two years earlier. Their lineup looked stronger too, with the injection of newcomers Jürgen Klinsmann, Jürgen Kohler and Thomas Berthold, plus a fit-again Rudi Völler...”


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Panini UEFA Euro 88 West Germany Sticker Album

  • Season: 1988Panini Euro 88 Album Cover
  • League: European Championships
  • Publisher: Panini
  • Pages: 32
  • Stickers: 267
  • Shinys: Official Emblem, ten Official Bunny Mascots, Team Badges plus a bunny in team colours per country
  • Signature Edition: No
  • Star Ratings: No
  • 3D: No
  • Album Available: No. Try eBay?
  • Hardcover Binder: No
  • Sticker Dimensions: 50mm x 67mm

Panini Euro 88 Sticker PacketA very excitable looking bunny rabbit mascot appears on the front cover of the Panini Euro 88 Sticker Album, unfortunately, the rabbit doesn’t appear to be a great mascot for the game as it seems unable to control a football using its feet. Take note of this bunny, because you'll be seeing a lot more of him throughout the album! Anyway, let’s turn the page and get on with it.

Strikingly, every page of the Euro 88 Sticker Album is a fetching bright yellow colour, with text in black or white outlined with black. It gives the effect of the album being produced by a patriotic hive of bees. Page one shows the contents list, Official Mascot stickers, Official Emblem, Official Poster stickers. Pages 2 and 3 are a selection of stickers from historic tournaments, back to the first event in 1960. The championship programme and stadiums are shown on pages 4 and 5, with stickers for each, and spaces to fill in scores as the tournament progresses. Page 6 shows some more stadiums, then the seventh page is full of mascot stickers.

The teams begin after this, with the hosts West Germany. There are four-part stickers for the squad photo, as well as a mascot, manager and badge sticker for each team. The first team page also has room for the first two squad football stickers. On the second team page, a further ten team football stickers can be found, with a small amount of information contained below each, including club, age and position.

Finally, for the larger teams, a third page contains 8 more team stickers, and a table showing the teams performance against other international teams.

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