| ||2009 Panini "Calciatori Challenge" Italian League Soccer Cards Box|
Factory sealed box of the new 2009 "Calciatori Challenge" official soccer trading cards for the Italian League Serie A, arguably the best soccer league in the world . Manufactured under full license by Panini of Italy, this box contains 24 packs of 5 cards each. This product is both a trading card set and a collectible card game and features the leading players in the League.
There are 280 cards in the series, consisting of 200 regular cards, 60 "Rainbow" cards and 20 "Ultra" cards. Cards are in Italian. As with all card products, cards are random within a pack and box.
| ||2006 Panini "Calcio Cards" Italian League Box|
Factory sealed box of the 2005-6 Italian League "Calcio Cards" soccer cards. This is a both a trading card series and a collectible card game by Panini of Italy and is an officially licensed Italian League product.There are 5 cards per pack, 24 packs per box.
This product contains cards of the best players in the Italian League, the best league in the world. Cards are in Italian. The total series consists of 248 cards. Like many current dual-purpose card products, these cards are slightly smaller than standard size. Cards are random within a pack and box.
| ||2000 DS Calcio Italian League Box|
Another fine product by the DS company of Italy. The series contains cards of the top players of the Italian League Serie A. The box contains 24 6-card packs. The basic series consists of 297 cards. In addition, there are two different types of randomly inserted chase cards. "Lazer Cut" (die cut) "Gold Stars" depict the top players in the league. "Top Champions" depict the top players in the world that play in Serie A. Cards are in Italian. Cards are random within a pack and box.
| ||1998 Upper Deck Juventus Box |
Full box of 30 6-card packs of cards honoring one of Italy's legendary teams. This series honors the Juventus teams of approximately the last 3 decades, with emphasis on the last 10 years. This gold foil imprinted product is loaded with top past and present stars, including R. Baggio, Del Piero, Platini, M. Laudrup, Zidane, Vieri, Davids, etc.
There are 90 cards in the basic set. There are also randomly inserted autographed chase cards of top stars and "moving pictures" chase cards. Cards are in Italian. This product is not to be confused with the Upper Deck Juventus boxed sets, which are different products. Box is unsealed, but all packs are mint. Cards are random within a pack and box.
| ||1997 Panini Italian League Box|
The stars of Italian League! This box contains 35 6-card packs. It is manufactured by Panini, the world's largest producer of soccer cards. The series consists of 130 cards. Included in the series are 21 "Prismatic" background cards of the very best players in the league. The checklist cards are "metallic foil" and form a picture when placed together. Cards are in Italian. Cards are random within a pack and box.
| ||1994 Joker Italian League Box|
From the Joker company of Italy comes this box of 24 12-card packs. Joker had the exclusive license to produce Italian League cards in 1994. They produced a huge 495-card series of the top players in both Serie A and Serie B. Many interesting subsets are included. As a special bonus, each pack includes a 9-pocket plastic card holder sheet in which to house the cards. Cards are in Italian. Cards are random within a pack and box.
| ||1992 Score Italian League Box |
Comprehensive series of cards from the top two divisions of the Italian League (Serie A and Series B). This box contains 24 packs of 15 cards each. There are 440 cards in the series. Score had the exclusive license to produce Italian League cards in 1992. Loaded with top international and Italian stars. Includes several special subsets. Cards are in Italian. Cards are random within a pack and box. A fun box at a very affordable price!
| ||1992 Score Italian League Set |
Complete 440 card set of the top players in Serie A and Serie B of the Italian League. The set contains top International and Italian stars and includes several special subsets. This set is tough to find complete because of the large number of cards in the set and horrible collation in the boxes and cases. Score had the exclusive license to produce Italian League cards in 1992. Cards are in Italian.