Topps Premier League 2014 Sticker Collection
- Season: 2013/2014
- League: Premier League
- Publisher: Topps
- Pages: 48
- Stickers: 352
- Shinys: Club Badges, Star Players
- Signature Edition: No
- Star Ratings: No
- 3D: No
- Album Available: Yes
- Hardcover Binder: No
- Sticker Dimensions: 48cm x 68cm
Topps launch their 2014 Premier League sticker collection on the 19th December, hitting the shelves with its bright red cover, following the styling of the last three editions. The album has a similar feel to 2013, but has the sensation of being skinnier, despite the same number of stickers as the previous collection. Perhaps they've used thinner paper?! Richard Scudamore is back once again to introduce the collection to us. His introductions are getting a little 'samey' now, as he discusses "record-high attendances" and numerous "territories watching on TV". Later on he introduces some of the new players and clubs this season.
Page 1 shows the FA badge and the Premier League Trophy stickers, then as normal, Arsenal start us off on the second page. The album is arranged with each club occupying a double-spread throughout the album. The first sticker is the club shiny badge, the second is a sticker of the club Manager and then alongside these across the top is a two-part squad sticker. The rest of the page is occupied by 12 squad football stickers. Interestingly, in this edition of the Topps Premier League Sticker Collection the football stickers run from left to right in a complete row, rather than a shorter row across the left-hand page and then the right-hand page in turn.
Certain squad football stickers throughout the album are marked as "Pro 11", with a section in the centre of the album where these players appear again in 'shiny' form. The Pro 11 refers to a Topps Football online competition, with your virtual sticker collection. Codes appear on the back of the Pro 11 stickers for you to enter on the Topps website to unlock the players. Also in the centre of the Topps 2014 Premier League Official Sticker Collection is the Kits section. The football stickers here each contain two home kits, each sharing their sticker with another club.
Did you know...?
- This 21st edition of the Premier League football sticker album from Merlin/Topps is the fourth edition in a row to use the same front cover design. The Merlin albums of 1994-1999 currently hold the record for the longest consecutive matching styling.
|Back to Premier League 2013|||||Next to Premier League 2015|
|Skip to Champions League 2015|