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Panini launch event to kick off Premier League 2022 Sticker Collection

Published on: 8th December 2021

The launch event for the latest Premier League collection will take place on Wednesday 29th December from 9am at Fora Sports in Brighton.

Panini has announced what it describes as ‘the most anticipated collectibles launch of the year’; the all-new Premier League 2022 Sticker Collection, which hits shelves on Thursday 30th December.

To celebrate the launch of this season’s collection, Panini will be hosting a special event, which will take place on Wednesday 29th December from 9am at Fora Sports in Brighton.

Collectors visiting the store can be among the first in the world to get their hands on the new Premier League 2022 sticker album. Attendees can get a snap of themselves with the official Premier League trophy and there will also be a Panini sticker booth for collectors to get their very own personalised Panini sticker.

This season’s collection will see the introduction of a striking shiny foil cover album and foil sticker packets. Paired with one of the most thrilling Premier League seasons to date, the album and official sticker collection give fans an ideal way to get in on the action.

The event and sticker albums will be free of charge. Fora Sports Trading Co is located at 3 Hanningtons Lane, Brighton, BN1 1GS.

For more information on all the latest Panini ranges, visit www.panini.co.uk. Fans can also keep up to date on Twitter: @OfficialPanini or Facebook & Instagram: PaniniUKOfficial.

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