- Pro League (18 clubs, 22 stickers)
- Division 1B (8 clubs, 11 stickers)
- Women's league (10 clubs, 11 stickers)
- Covers (50 stickers)
- Historic shirts (26 stickers)
- 50 winning teams (49 stickers)
- Gouden 11 (11 stickers)
- Ambassadors (2 stickers)
The album Football 2002 is basically the exact copy of the previous editions Football 2000 and 2001, even the number of stickers is the same (501). The album begins with the Panini Revelations, six stickers of the most promising players from the previous season. Then the clubs of Division 1 are shown in alphabetical order with 20 stickers per club: the shiny club badge, the team photo, the coach, and 17 players.
The section with the clubs of Division 2 starts right after with two pages showing all the club badges (half shiny stickers) and the team photos (regular stickers) of the 18 competing clubs. Then the squads are shown in alphabetical order, with six stickers per team (two players per sticker), including the coach and 11 players.
In the season 2001/2002, RC Genk won the championship and Wesley Sonck (Genk) was the top scorer with 30 goals. Club Brugge won the Belgian Cup, defeating Excelsior Mouscron in the final (3-1) with three goals of the Peruvian forward Andrès Mendoza.