Panini launches new Premier League Adrenalyn XL Plus collection

Published on: 17th February 2022

The new collection includes new card categories, a new binder and new Golden Ballers.

Panini UK has announced the launch of the brand new Premier League Adrenalyn XL Plus trading cards, which hit shelves from today (17th February).

The fully updated set with brand new cards, checklist, binder and new Golden Ballers follows the huge growth and success of the 2021/22 Premier League Adrenalyn XL collection, which is firmly established as the biggest selling football trading card collection in the UK.

The brand new standalone collection features new card categories such as Pass Masters, Flying Full-Backs, Super Stoppers and Magic Men. There are 240 base cards to collect, 129 special cards plus nine Limited Edition cards. The collection also features online coin cards and collectors can activate their cards in the Premier League Adrenalyn XL online game.

Collectors can kick off their collection with a starter pack, which includes a 2-player gameboard, 18 trading cards, a rules sheet, plus a Limited Edition card.

Sales of Panini’s Premier League Adrenalyn XL Collection have seen huge demand this season, with sales even out-performing the hugely successful 2020 collection.

The 2021/22 collection builds on the success of both the Premier League Adrenalyn XL 2020/21 trading cards and the Premier League 2021 stickers and the company says there has been a extremely positive response to design innovations such as the new signature and 3D Lenticular cards.


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