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The 2019/20 Panini Premier League Sticker Book Has Been Released

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The 2019/20 Panini Premier League Sticker Book Has Been Released

Panini's highly anticipated Premier League sticker book for the 2019/20 season is now available in stores.

Fans of collecting Premier League stickers are going to be very excited next week and those wanting to get a head start can already buying the book and packs of stickers on the Panini website.

A bundle of five sticker packs will cost £3.50, 50 sticker packs will cost you £35 and 100 sticker packets with the album will set you back £70.

Panini Group announced a new partnership with the Premier League for the official release of a 2019-20 season sticker album back in May,

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Can't wait to start collecting. Image: Panini
Can't wait to start collecting. Image: Panini

According to the company's website, the new arrangement covers the "retail and promotional product, both physical and digital."

Peter Warsop, the Panini Group licensing director, said:

"The coming together of Panini and the Premier League is wonderful news for the global collectables market.

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"Panini's international reach of both retail and promotional collectables provide the perfect platform to grow the business."

Mike Riddell, the managing director of Panini UK, added: "This is a game-changer for the UK market. The Premier League is the strongest league in the world and our challenge is to restore the UK football collectables market to number one."

Richard Masters, the managing director of the Premier League, explained:

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"Panini has an excellent reputation for producing high-quality and popular collectable football stickers and trading cards that are popular with fans across the world.

"We look forward to working with them from season 2019/20 onwards."

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Collecting will be a great start to anyone's Christmas of football before all the fun of the games starts. After this week's Carabao Cup games there's more Premier League next weekend as usual.

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There's nine Premier League games on Boxing Day, one on the 27th, seven on the 28th and three on the 29th before another full complement of games over New Year's Day and the 2nd.

No better time to be a football fan than Christmas.

Ryan Sidle
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