The album Panini Fussball 2016/17 dedicated to the Austrian Football has a layout very similar to the previous edition 2015/16. The player stickers are again divided in two parts, one with the player photo and the other with the player details.
The introduction includes five stickers: the Bundesliga logo and trophy (metallic stickers), two stickers of the winner 2016 (RB Salzburg), and one sticker with the top player 2016 (Jonatan Soriano). The ten Bundesliga clubs are then shown following the standing order of the previous season. Each club is displaced over four pages. The first two include the club badge (metallic sticker), the coach and 11 player stickers displaced according to the tactics of the team. In the second two pages there are six stickers of substitutes, the team photo composed by four stickers, and the club stadium composed by two stickers.
In the middle of the Bundesliga clubs there are four pages to collect all the mini-stickers with the player details.
The second division (Erste Liga) is also included with an introduction of four stickers (logo, trophy, winner 2016, best player 2016) and four stickers per club (club badge and three stickers with the team photo)
The last section of the album is dedicated to the Austrian National Team on the way to the World Cup Russia 2018. In this section there are 23 stickers of players and team photos of the National Team.
Two young promises of RB Salzburg: Valentino Lazaro (29 appearances and 3 goals this season; he was already included in the previous album) and Konrad Laimer (31 appearances and 3 goals)
Rookie sticker of the French player Dayot Upamecano (1998). He played 15 matches for RB Salzburg before his transfer to Leipzig during the winter market
The sticker of David Alaba in the section Road to Russia 2018
Young prospects included (born 1996 or younger)
Duje Caleta-Car (1996), Valentino Lazaro (1996), Konrad Laimer (1997), Dayot Upamecano (1998), and Diadie Samassekou (1996, RB Salzburg), Joelinton (1996, Rapid Wien), Osman Hadzikic and Dominik Prokop (1996 and 1997, Austria Wien), Sascha Horvath (1996, Sturm Graz), Christoph Rabitsch (1996, Pellets WAC), Mathias Hosnak (1996, Guntamatic), Dimitri Oberlin (1997, SCR Altach), Daniel Segovia (1996, St Polten)
Full name: Fussball 16-17
League: Austria (Bundesliga and Erste Liga)
Release: October 2016
Number of clubs: 10 of Bundesliga and 10 of Erste Liga
Stickers per club: 27 for Bundesliga and 4 for Erste Liga
-Introduction Bundesliga (5 stickers)
-Introduction Erste Liga (4 stickers)
-Der Weg Naar Russland 2018 (23 stickers)
-Player details overview (mini-stickers)
Checklist: click here
Total number of stickers: 342