Panini Ekstraklasa of the Polish league for the season 2014/2015 is a renovated album that includes a big poster to glue mini-stickers of all players and club badges. The concept is the same of the latest Panini Champions League album, where each player sticker is composed by a portrait and a separate mini-sticker with details.
The album opens with the table of contents, the list of winners of the Polish league since 1920 and the first three stickers: the Panini logo, the Trophy, and the Ekstraklasa logo.
The album continues with a double page that summarizes the previous season (2013/2014). Here there are 8 stickers with best moments/players of the championship.
All the 16 club badges are collected in two pages. These stickers are shining and also composed by two parts (badge + mini-sticker), in which the mini-sticker can be glued on the maxi-poster.
The 16 teams are then showed in alphabetical order. For each team there are 19 stickers over two pages: the team photo, 11 regular players displayed with the tactics of the team (for example 3-5-2 for Cracovia), and 7 substitutes displayed on the right page. The sticker of the star player of each team is silver shining.
At the end of the album, after the teams are shown, there are still two sections. The first concerns the best young prospects of the league: 16 action stickers displayed over two pages. The second includes the calendar of the competition and the last sticker of the album: the official ball.
The maxi-poster to glue all the mini-stickers is stapled in the middle of the album. It is a useful overview of all the players included in the album and it can also be used as a missing list (except the stickers of the special sections).
The maxi-poster (size of eight A4 pages) where all the mini-stickers of badges and players of the 16 teams can be glued
A detail of the mini-stickers
Two young promosing stars of Polish football, both born in 1997: Kowacki (forward of Lech Poznan) and Dragowski (goalkeeper of Jagellonia).
Young prospects (1994 or younger) included in the album:
Jaroszynski (1994, Cracovia), Zymanski and Wronski (1995 and 1994, GKS), Sadzawicki and Cerimagic (both 1994, Gornik Zabrze), Dragowski, Frankowski, and Mystkowski (1997, 1995, and 1998, Jagiellonia), V. Markovic and Cebula (1994 and 1995, Korona Kielce), Kedziora, Linetty, and Kownacki (94, 95, and 97, Lech Poznan), Friesenbichler (94, Lechia), Duda (94, Legia Warszawa), Murawski (94, Piast Gliwice), Matynia and Rudol (both 95, Pogon), Helik (95, Ruch Chorzow), Dankowski (96, Slask), Uryga, Guedes, Zajac, and Stepinski (94, 96, 95, and 95, Wisla)
Full name: Ekstraklasa 2015
League: Polish Ekstraklasa
Number of teams: 16
Stickers per team: 19
Special sections: - Introduction (3 stickers)
- Best of season 2013/2014 (8 stickers)
- Club badges (16 stickers)
- Rising stars Ekstraklasa (16 stickers)
- Calendar (1 sticker official ball)
Extra: Poster with all the mini-stickers of badges and players
Total number of stickers: 348