domenica 27 maggio 2018

Panini Football 93 (Belgium)

In the season 1992/1993, Anderlecht was the best team of the Belgian First Division and won the title with 58 points. Far behind (45 points) Standard Liège got the second place. Best scorer was the Croatian Josip Weber (Cercle Brugge) with 31 goals.
The official sticker collection of the season was published again by Panini (since 1972/73) and it includes both the First and Second Division. The album begins with an introduction and two stickers of revelations of the previous season: Johan Walem and Glenn De Boeck. The 18 clubs of First Division are shown in alphabetical order with 18 stickers displaced over two pages: the club badge (metallic sticker), the coach, the team photo (two stickers) and 14 players.

The Second Division is introduced by the calendar of the season 1992/1993 and the stickers of club badge (half metallic sticker) and team photo of each club. Player stickers are shown afterwards, with a total of 12 players per club (each player is half sticker).

Stickers of Johan Walem (21 years old) and the Swedish Klas Ingesson. They both spent several years playing for Italian clubs

Club badges of Football 93 are metallic stickers

Album details
Full name: Football 93
Publisher: Panini
League: Belgium (Division I and II)
Season: 1992/1993
Number of clubs: 18 of DI and 16 of DII
Stickers per clubs:  18 for DI and 7.5 for DII
Other sections: Introduction (2 stickers)
Checklist: click here

Total number of stickers: 446

domenica 20 maggio 2018

Panini Fussball 2006 (Austria)

Following the style of the German album, Panini Fussball 2004/2005 shows all the clubs of the Austrian football (Bundesliga and Erste Liga). After an introduction about football fans including two stickers with pictures of the previous season, the Bundesliga clubs are shown following the classification order of the season 2004/2005 won by Rapid Wien. For each club there are 27 stickers on four pages: the club badge (shining sticker), the team photo (two stickers), an action photo (two shining stickers), the stadium, three players in action (shining stickers), the coach, and 17 players.

After the Bundesliga and before the Erste Liga, there are four special sections on four pages with a total of 12 stickers. The first page is about the Austrian Cup 2005 won by Austria Magna (two stickers), the second page is dedicated to the Bundesliga supporters (three stickers), the third to the Austrian players abroad (with stickers of Martin Stranzl of Stuttgart and Markus Weissenberger of Eintracht), and the last page shows the young star team 2005 with three stickers of players in action.

Erste Liga clubs are included with three stickers each (shining club badge and team photo). These three pages including 10 clubs is the last part of the album.

Back cover of Panini Fussball 2006

Club badges of this album 

Austria Wien won the Bundesliga title 2005/2006 with 67 points. Second place for Red Bull Salzburg with 63 points. Here above the stickers of two well known Salzburg players: Manninger (ex Juventus) and Zickler (ex Bayern Munchen)

Album details
Full name: Bundesliga Fussball 2005/2006
Publisher: Panini
League: Austria (Bundesliga and Erste Liga)
Season: 2005/2006
Number of clubs: 10 of Bundesliga and 10 of Erste Liga
Stickers per club: 27 for Bundesliga and 3 for Erste Liga
Other sections:
  • Introduction (2 stickers)
  • Austrian Cup 2004/2005 (2 stickers)
  • Best of fans 2004/2005 (3 stickers)
  • Austrian players abroad (2 stickers)
  • Young star team (3 stickers)

Checklist: click here

Total number of stickers: 312

domenica 13 maggio 2018

Panini Bundesliga 2006 (Germany)

The Panini sticker album of the German Bundesliga for the season 2005-2006 has the same layout and graphics of the Austrian Bundesliga album of the same season. Also the cover has the same style, with players and club badges corresponding to the two different leagues. 
The album opens with an introduction and four stickers: Bayern Munchen celebrating the title 2004-2005 (two stickers), Marek Mintal best player 2004-2005, and a sticker of the magazine "Just kick-it!". The following pages include the table of contents and the review of the German cup final 2004/2005 (Schalke-Bayern=1-2) described with four stickers. 

There were 18 clubs participating to the Bundesliga championship 2005/2006. Bayern Munchen won the title with 75 points and Miroslav Klose was top scorer with 25 goals, in front of Berbatov (21 goals) and Halil Altintop (20 goals).
For each club there are six pages and 27 stickers: the club badge (shining), the team photo (shining), the stadium (composed by three stickers), goal celebration (shining), a player in action ("Wer ist das?", "who is that?") and a "new arrival" ("Neuzugang", composed by two stickers).

The last part of the album includes a calendar with players birthdays and the last  four stickers.

 For each Bundesliga club there is one shining player sticker (on the left, Oliver Kahn) and one puzzle sticker "who is that?" (on the right) 

Best scorers of the league: Klose (25 goals) and Berbatov (21 goals)

Two rising German stars: Lukas Podolski and Bastian Schweinsteiger

Album details
Full name: Bundesliga Fussball 2005-2006
Publisher: Panini
League: German Bundesliga
Season: 2005-2006
Number of clubs: 18
Stickers per club: 27
Other sections:
  • Introduction (4 stickers)
  • DBF-Pokal final 2004-2005 (4 stickers)
  • Panini Calendar (4 stickers)
Checklist: click here

Total number of stickers: 498