Panini Euro Football 76-77 Sticker Album
- Season: 1976-1977
- League: Domestic European Club Overview
- Publisher: Panini
- Pages: 32
- Stickers: 288
- Shinys: None!
- Signature Edition: No
- Star Ratings: No
- 3D: No
- Album Available: No. Try eBay?
- Hardcover Binder: No
- Sticker Dimensions: 43mm x 61mm
The Panini Euro Football 1977 Sticker Album was a very peculiar and unique album here in the UK. The best way we can think to describe the sticker album is 'a snapshot of the biggest clubs and players in European domestic football'. Good enough.
The inside front cover shows the Panini Knight with a big speech bubble, which we've transcribed in the left hand side bar here on the page. The first page just shows the contents list, giving an idea of the breadth of the albums coverage - Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, East Germany, West Germany, England, Spain, France, Greece, Switzerland, Ireland, Iceland, Northern Ireland, Italy, Yugoslavia, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Scotland, SSSR, Finland, Sweden, Turkey and Wales! What a list!
Understandably, in order to cram football stickers from each of these countries into the album, there isn't a great deal of detail included. The format the countries tend to follow is a national badge sticker, then several team photos of the winners and runners up of the most recent domestic cups and leagues. If the country is a better known footballing nation there may also be a number of individual footballers stickers present too. Some teams are allocated half a page, others a whole page, and the bigger countries such as England, France and Spain get one and a half.
In some cases there is also a list of the domestic championships and cups, along with a historic record of the winners each year.
Did you know...?
- The Panini Euro Football album was the only one of its kind. In 1980 Panini produced the European Championship album and have not since published an album that looks at all European clubs as a whole.
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