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Football fans and collectors can join in the build up to next year’s World Cup with Panini’s Road to FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 preview sticker collection, which is launched to retailers on Thursday, November 4.

Independent retailers can join the journey to Qatar with this new and exclusive official sticker collection, which covers 40 of the countries looking to book their ticket to the FIFA World Cup finals in November and December 2022.

Collectors and fans alike can get ready for the biggest tournament in world football with this awesome new preview collection, featuring 15 different players from each of the 40 nations.

Announcing the launch of the new collection, Chris Clover, head of marketing for sport at Panini UK, said: ‘We are excited to kick off the journey to the FIFA World Cup in Qatar with the official Road to FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 sticker collection.

“The stage is already set for an incredible and unique tournament next year, and football fans are really going to enjoy collecting, swapping and sticking the world’s best players in an album that will be kept and treasured over time.”

Starter packs, featuring a sticker album plus 26 stickers, will be available to all good retailers with a RRP of £3.99. Sticker packets are also on sale with a 90p RRP.


Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022 Football Sticker

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