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Panini Football 83 Sticker Album

  • Season: 1982/1983Panini Football 83 Album Cover
  • League: Division One, Division Two, Scottish Premier Division
  • Publisher: Panini
  • Pages: 68
  • Stickers: 527
  • Shinys: Club Badges
  • Signature Edition: No
  • Star Ratings: No
  • 3D: No
  • Album Available: No
  • Hardcover Binder: No
  • Sticker Dimensions: 41mm x 76mm 

Panini Football 83 Sticker PacketThe inside cover contains fixture tables for the first and second divisions, the facing page shows a contents list, and the stickers for Football League, PFA, Scottish Football League and SPFA. Over the page, a new pair of pages don't contain any football stickers, but do show the league tables from the last season and the honours sheet for 1981-1982 including world cup, UEFA cup, FA cup and footballing awards.

The Panini Football 83 Sticker Album gets cracking on page 4 with... you guessed it - Arsenal! The football stickers in this edition take on a new format, they're tall portrait stickers, with each player making a jaunty pose with one foot on a football. It's certainly a good look, to go along with some amazingly bad 80's haircuts. Where perms ever really fashionable?! That's one for another website I suppose. The club layouts for the English Division One's football stickers is pretty neat and tidy, the left hand page shows the team photo sticker, shiny club badge and manager in a box at the top, with honours list and team info. Squeezed in alongside is the sticker for the club goalie. Below this are 4 of the long portrait players stickers, with a brief bio below each. On the facing page are a further 8 stickers, making 13 squad members in total.

Panini Football 83 No.499Just past half-way into the football sticker album the English Second Division gets allocated 4 pages, as usual there are only the badge and team photo sticker. The badge shiny or 'foil' as Panini like to refer to them, are half-sized stickers here, so two to a single sticker in your packet. The half-sized stickers continue into the Scottish Premier Division section, where the players are each two to a sticker. There is a full sized team photo and badge shiny in the middle of each page - only one page per team.

The Panini Football 83 Sticker Album closes with three double-spreads showing "The Laws of the Game". A pretty nifty feature listing the rules and laws of Football according to FIFA, each law gets one or several stickers to illustrate it - the offside rule is a doozie! 

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