Panini Football 84 Sticker Album
- Season: 1983/1984
- League: Division One, Division Two, Scottish Premier Division
- Publisher: Panini
- Pages: 64
- Stickers: 526
- Shinys: Club Badges
- Signature Edition: No
- Star Ratings: No
- 3D: No
- Album Available: No
- Hardcover Binder: No
- Sticker Dimensions: 49mm x 65mm
The extract we've chosen to put up for the Panini Football 84 Sticker Album is taken from the inside front cover. There's some interesting, and some funny facts included in the 'Not a lot of people know that..." section, would be an intriguing exercise to see which of them are still current!
The Panini Football 84 Sticker album examines the PFA and SPFA Player and Young Player awards of the 1983 season on the opening page. Also shown here is a sticker for the Manager of the Year. Then, as usual, Arsenal start us off with the club pages.
The club pages in the 1984 football sticker collection are laid out in quite a quirky fashion, a large monotone image of the club ground occupies the middle of the page, with 14 squad stickers arranged at various angles around it. It gives quite a busy and untidy look to the album this year. The usual club badge shiny is included, and a team photo sticker. Team stats and info is arranged across the top of the double-spread of pages for each team and each player sticker is accompanied by a brief paragraph biography.
Just after Southampton FC, ‘The Collectors Corner’ feature appears, showing 18 match day programme stickers, covering 60 years of domestic and international football at Wembley Stadium. Other features to appear in the Panini Football 84 sticker collection include the ‘First Division Goal-Getters’, a page for the leading goal scorers of last season and the ‘Second Division All-Star Team’, the facing page of Panini’s choice of the second division’s all-star team.
The Second Division pages show 6 clubs to a page, with them arranged two-by-two down the page. Stickers here are a half-size (two per sticker) club badge shiny, and a team photo sticker. ‘Scottish Strike Force’ is a single page looking at the most fearsome Scottish strikers of the last season, before Aberdeen start the Scottish Premier League pages. These are arranged as one per team, with half-stickers used again to cram 14 squad members, club badge, team photo, club info and player bios all onto one page.
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