Sturm Graz won the Austrian championship 1998/1999 with 73 points, three more than Rapid Wien. Eduard Glieder (Austria Salzburg) was top scorer with 22 goals.
The official sticker collection released by Panini has a similar layout of the Fussball collections of the period, with a total of 312 stickers. In the introduction there are three stickers: the trophy (shining sticker), and two stickers of actions (one shining). Each Bundesliga club is displaced over 6 pages, with a total of 26 stickers: the club badge (shining), the team photo composed by two stickers, five players in action (shining stickers), the coach, and 17 player portraits.
After the Bundesliga clubs there are three special sections: the Panini calendar with player birthdays (five stickers of players in action), the top scorers of Bundesliga (five shining stickers) and the origin of the Austrian players of Bundesliga (four stickers).
Clubs of Erste Division are included with a club badge (half shining sticker) and three stickers each: the team photo (two stickers) and one sticker with four player portraits.
Three stars of Fussball 99: Vastic, Sabitzer and Tchertchessov
Shining club badge stickers
Full name: Fussball 99
League: Austria (Bundesliga and Erste Division)
Number of clubs: 10 of Bundesliga and 10 of Erste Division
Stickers per club: 26 for Bundesliga and 3.5 for Erste Division
- Introduction (3 stickers)
- Panini's birthdays calendar (5 stickers)
- Top scorers 250 (5 stickers)
- Where did our professionals grow up? (4 stickers)
Total number of stickers: 312