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Inside The Magic of Panini Football Stickers [VIDEO]

panini stickers Inside The Magic of Panini Football Stickers [VIDEO]

 

With the 2011-12 soccer seasons getting closer to the final lap, anticipation is building for Euro 2012. Part of the ritual of each major tournament is the collecting of Panini sticker albums. As we get closer to the tournament, we’ll find out whether the stickers will be available in the United States. But in the meantime, I wanted to share this interesting video with you courtesy of FIFA.

The video discusses the history of Panini. Plus it features interviews with some of the executives from Panini, as well as showing footage from their factory in Italy, so you can see how Panini stickers and albums are created.

If you’re a fan of collecting football stickers or if you’re curious, this is definitely a great video to watch.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEmhOWxB0k4

Here’s a question for you: What was the first football sticker album you remember collecting? This is the first one I remember collecting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7gXg0lcW-M

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4 Responses to Inside The Magic of Panini Football Stickers [VIDEO]

  1. Carmello says:

    I was actually super amazed that my local “Dollar Tree” here in New Jersey was carrying the Panini stickers and sticker books for World Cup 2010. My wife hit me with a sticker book for a stocking stuffer Christmas 2010, and I scrambled to get as many stickers as I could before Dollar Tree took them off the shelf. But I’m hoping that the Dollar Tree gets Euro 2012 stickers! Still weirds me out that they had them…

  2. CH says:

    Gaffer what ever happened to FIFA Futbol Mundial, do they still show it in the US.

  3. robert says:

    hi got lots of double cars of the 2010 world cup panini album and also from the new one of euro 2012, looking to trade sell. intereted please contact me email, rramirez927@hotmail.com

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