Now Is The Time To Invest In Panini Soccer Cards
Currently, Panini holds the rights to Premier League, Serie A, La Liga and the FIFA World Cup soccer cards. Over the next few years, Panini is expected to expand its offerings after losing their exclusive rights to both NBA and NFL sports cards.
This means that you’re not going to see any new Panini basketball cards featuring NBA players.
What are some of the best Panini soccer cards to invest in?
If you’re looking for entry-level sets to buy, you should look at the Premier League Prizm sets and the Chronicles sets. Chronicle sets will include players from La Liga and Serie A as well as players from the Premier League.
For higher end sets, look at Obsidian and Immaculate. Especially, if you can pick these up at a good price.
What are some of the most valuable Panini soccer cards?
Here’s a selection of the most valuable Panini soccer cards to keep an eye out for.
- 1991 Zinedine Zidane Panini Foot ‘92 RC #43 – look for the card with the bright yellow border and a picture of the player with a full head of hair.
- 1995 Ronaldo Panini Voetbal 95 RC #80 – this card has a shiny border and a unique cut.
- 2004 Lionel Messi Panini Mega Cracks RC #71 – this card features a great action shot of the player.
- 2010 Lionel Messi Panini World Cup South Africa Premium #44 – this is quite a stunning card with the chrome background that is in the shape of South Africa.
- 2018 Kylian Mbappe Panini Prizm Soccer World Cup RC #80 – this card also has an interesting background design.
- 2019 Cristiano Ronaldo Panini Chronicles #CR7 – just 23 copies of the Cracked ice version of this card were produced. This card features an autograph sticker.
What is Panini Donruss?
Donruss was a trading card manufacturing company based in the US. They started trading in 1954 and were acquired by Panini in 2009. Interestingly, Donruss started as a confectionery company and eventually produced trading cards.
Apart from soccer cards, you can also find Donruss basketball cards.