Panini Adrenalyn XL EURO 2020

Joel9

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Well maybe they will release the collection with the teams already qualified and then latter when we get to know the missing ones they may release some update edition or maybe some product to get the missing teams cards but February its really soon regarding some off past big competition collections
 

Canal Cromo

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Btw, I said this month, but obviously I meant February... in my mind we were already 1 month ahead :p
 

dantzig

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Expected for me... Adrenalyn is always released first in UK, late February, but obviously Panini has to release an update later... Unless they go with a UCL approach, where some teams are not featured in cards... Would be a first in national teams though.
 

Joel9

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Expected for me... Adrenalyn is always released first in UK, late February, but obviously Panini has to release an update later... Unless they go with a UCL approach, where some teams are not featured in cards... Would be a first in national teams though.
Well they could do the normal release and then release the last 4 teams in some kind of tin for each tin or blister like an update set like they do for stickers dont know how exactly they could do it but for sure i hope they either release later with all teams or release the 4 other teams later on an update set, dont release something incomplete
 

LFC1892

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The release date for Germany is 18 February, 2020.

• Startset: 1 Limited Edition Card (Paul Pogba (France)), 1 Special Card, 3 Packs, Game Board, Sammelordner
• Pocket Tin: 1 Limited Edition Card (Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands)), 1 Special Card, 3 Packs x 8 Cards
• Tin Box: 1 Special Card, 2 Limited Edtion Cards (Dries Mertens (Belgium) and Alvaro Morata (Spain)), 7 Packs x 8 Cards
• Blasterbox: 5 Limited Editon Cards (Thorgan Hazard (Belgium); Thomas Delaney (Denmark); Dele Alli (England); Kingsley Coman (France); Rui Patricio (Portugal)), 7 Packs x 8 Cards, Checklist-Poster
• Fatpack: 1 Limited Edition Card, 32 Cards
• Premium Pack: 1 Limited Edtion Card (Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium); Jadon Sancho (England); Saul (Spain); Clement Lenglet (France); Kai Havertz (Germany); Marco Verratti (Italy); Frankie de Jong (Netherlands) or Joao Felix (Portugal)) 4 Special Cards, 5 Base Cards
• Premium Gold Pack: 1 Premium Pack, 1 Limited Edition Online Card, 3 Limited Edition Cards (Fabian Ruiz (Spain); Marco Reus (Germany) and Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands)


Limited Edition breakdown for German releases:

David Alaba (Austria) - Fatpack (Germany)
Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium) - Fatpack (Germany)
Thorgan Hazard (Belgium) - Blasterbox (Germany)
Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) - Fatpack (Germany)
Dries Mertens (Belgium) - Tin Box (Germany)
Luka Modric (Croatia) - Fatpack (Germany)
Patrick Schick (Czech Republic) - Fatpack (Germany)
Thomas Delaney (Denmark) - Blasterbox (Germany)
Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Fatpack (Germany)
Dele Alli (England) - Blasterbox (Germany)
Harry Kane (England) - Fatpack (Germany)
Raheem Sterling (England) - Fatpack (Germany)
Teemu Pukki (Finland) - Fatpack (Germany)
Kingsley Coman (France) - Blasterbox (Germany)
Antoine Griezmann (France) - Fatpack (Germany)
Kylian Mbappé (France) - Fatpack (Germany)
Paul Pogba (France) - Starterset (Germany)
Serge Gnabry (Germany) - Fatpack (Germany)
Manuel Neuer (Germany) - Fatpack (Germany)
Ciro Immobile (Italy) - Fatpack (Germany)
Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands) - Fatpack (Germany)
Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands) - Pocket Tin (Germany)
Robert Lewandowski (Poland) - Fatpack (Germany)
Wojciech Szczesny (Poland) - Fatpack (Germany)
Rui Patricio (Portugal) - Blasterbox (Germany)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) - Fatpack (Germany)
Artem Dzyuba (Rusia) - Fatpack (Germany)
Alvaro Morata (Spain) - Tin Box (Germany)
Sergio Ramos (Spain) - Fatpack (Germany)
Emil Forsberg (Sweden) - Fatpack (Germany)
Haris Seferovic (Switzerland) - Fatpack (Germany)
Hakan Cahanoglu (Turkey) - Fatpack (Germany)
Andriy Yarmolenko (Ukraine) - Fatpack (Germany)
Gareth Bale (Wales) - Fatpack (Germany)

Premium Limited Edition

Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium)
Jadon Sancho (England)
Clement Lenglet (France)
Kai Havertz (Germany)
Marco Verratti (Italy)
Frankie de Jong (Netherlands)
Joao Felix (Portugal)
Saul (Spain)
Premium Online Card

Premium Gold Limited Edition

Marco Reus (Germany)
Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands)
Fabian Ruiz (Spain)
 

dantzig

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The release date for Germany is 18 February, 2020.

• Startset: 1 Limited Edition Card (Paul Pogba (France)), 1 Special Card, 3 Packs, Game Board, Sammelordner
• Pocket Tin: 1 Limited Edition Card (Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands)), 1 Special Card, 3 Packs x 8 Cards
• Tin Box: 1 Special Card, 2 Limited Edtion Cards (Dries Mertens (Belgium) and Alvaro Morata (Spain)), 7 Packs x 8 Cards
• Blasterbox: 5 Limited Editon Cards (Thorgan Hazard (Belgium); Thomas Delaney (Denmark); Dele Alli (England); Kingsley Coman (France); Rui Patricio (Portugal)), 7 Packs x 8 Cards, Checklist-Poster
• Fatpack: 1 Limited Edition Card, 32 Cards
• Premium Pack: 1 Limited Edtion Card (Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium); Jadon Sancho (England); Saul (Spain); Clement Lenglet (France); Kai Havertz (Germany); Marco Verratti (Italy); Frankie de Jong (Netherlands) or Joao Felix (Portugal)) 4 Special Cards, 5 Base Cards
• Premium Gold Pack: 1 Premium Pack, 1 Limited Edition Online Card, 3 Limited Edition Cards (Fabian Ruiz (Spain); Marco Reus (Germany) and Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands)


Limited Edition breakdown for German releases:

David Alaba (Austria) - Fatpack (Germany)
Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium) - Fatpack (Germany)
Thorgan Hazard (Belgium) - Blasterbox (Germany)
Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) - Fatpack (Germany)
Dries Mertens (Belgium) - Tin Box (Germany)
Luka Modric (Croatia) - Fatpack (Germany)
Patrick Schick (Czech Republic) - Fatpack (Germany)
Thomas Delaney (Denmark) - Blasterbox (Germany)
Christian Eriksen (Denmark) - Fatpack (Germany)
Dele Alli (England) - Blasterbox (Germany)
Harry Kane (England) - Fatpack (Germany)
Raheem Sterling (England) - Fatpack (Germany)
Teemu Pukki (Finland) - Fatpack (Germany)
Kingsley Coman (France) - Blasterbox (Germany)
Antoine Griezmann (France) - Fatpack (Germany)
Kylian Mbappé (France) - Fatpack (Germany)
Paul Pogba (France) - Starterset (Germany)
Serge Gnabry (Germany) - Fatpack (Germany)
Manuel Neuer (Germany) - Fatpack (Germany)
Ciro Immobile (Italy) - Fatpack (Germany)
Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands) - Fatpack (Germany)
Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands) - Pocket Tin (Germany)
Robert Lewandowski (Poland) - Fatpack (Germany)
Wojciech Szczesny (Poland) - Fatpack (Germany)
Rui Patricio (Portugal) - Blasterbox (Germany)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) - Fatpack (Germany)
Artem Dzyuba (Rusia) - Fatpack (Germany)
Alvaro Morata (Spain) - Tin Box (Germany)
Sergio Ramos (Spain) - Fatpack (Germany)
Emil Forsberg (Sweden) - Fatpack (Germany)
Haris Seferovic (Switzerland) - Fatpack (Germany)
Hakan Cahanoglu (Turkey) - Fatpack (Germany)
Andriy Yarmolenko (Ukraine) - Fatpack (Germany)
Gareth Bale (Wales) - Fatpack (Germany)

Premium Limited Edition

Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium)
Jadon Sancho (England)
Clement Lenglet (France)
Kai Havertz (Germany)
Marco Verratti (Italy)
Frankie de Jong (Netherlands)
Joao Felix (Portugal)
Saul (Spain)
Premium Online Card

Premium Gold Limited Edition

Marco Reus (Germany)
Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands)
Fabian Ruiz (Spain)
Fatpack? So instead of a blister, now we have fatpacks :p

Looking forward to see how is this Adrenalyn, even though my expectations are low, due to last World Cup Adrenalyn... Have a small hope that Panini is going to make something similar to Euro 2016, with many good and different ideas.
 

LFC1892

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Fatpack? So instead of a blister, now we have fatpacks :p

Looking forward to see how is this Adrenalyn, even though my expectations are low, due to last World Cup Adrenalyn... Have a small hope that Panini is going to make something similar to Euro 2016, with many good and different ideas.
I guess fatpacks replace blisters and multi packs(annoying glue issues with LE cards). It will interesting to see if Panini releases an update edition after the playoffs end and the remainder of the teams have qualified.
 

bergamini

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Hello,

8 cards per pack but 2€ each pack. Let's see how many of the 8 cards are special

Fatpacks contain 32 cards + 1 Limited Edition Card.
One of the following 25 LE cards can be found in a Fat Pack: Cristiano Ronaldo (POR), Kylian Mbappe (FRA), Serge Gnabry (GER), Virgil van Dijk (NED), Christian Eriksen (DEN), Ciro Immobile (ITA), Artem Dzyuba (RUS), Haris Seferovic (SUI), Emil Forsberg (SWE), Hakan Cahanoglu (TUR), Andriy Yarmolenko (UKR), Gareth Bale (WAL), David Alaba (AUT), Romelu Lukaku (BEL), Kevin De Bruyne (BEL), Luka Modric (CRO), Patrick Schick (CZE), Harry Kane (ENG), Raheem Sterlin (ENG), Sergio Ramos (ESP), Teemu Pukki (FIN), Antoine Griezmann (FRA), Manuel Neuer (GER), Wojciech Szczesny (POL), Robert Lewandowski (POL).

So they are not replacements of multipacks. 10 different blisters will be sent with 10 different LE, as usual. No news about multipacks.

Information taken from an online shop, that has the collection in pre-order.

Best wishes
 

dantzig

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Hello,

8 cards per pack but 2€ each pack. Let's see how many of the 8 cards are special

Fatpacks contain 32 cards + 1 Limited Edition Card.
One of the following 25 LE cards can be found in a Fat Pack: Cristiano Ronaldo (POR), Kylian Mbappe (FRA), Serge Gnabry (GER), Virgil van Dijk (NED), Christian Eriksen (DEN), Ciro Immobile (ITA), Artem Dzyuba (RUS), Haris Seferovic (SUI), Emil Forsberg (SWE), Hakan Cahanoglu (TUR), Andriy Yarmolenko (UKR), Gareth Bale (WAL), David Alaba (AUT), Romelu Lukaku (BEL), Kevin De Bruyne (BEL), Luka Modric (CRO), Patrick Schick (CZE), Harry Kane (ENG), Raheem Sterlin (ENG), Sergio Ramos (ESP), Teemu Pukki (FIN), Antoine Griezmann (FRA), Manuel Neuer (GER), Wojciech Szczesny (POL), Robert Lewandowski (POL).

So they are not replacements of multipacks. 10 different blisters will be sent with 10 different LE, as usual. No news about multipacks.

Information taken from an online shop, that has the collection in pre-order.

Best wishes
Yeah, I saw that price too... usually it's correct, so again sad to know that I'm already "defeated" about this.

25c per card is outrageous. It's the same price as World Cup 2018 and looks like it will be standard to have these high prices whenever a major competition comes in.

Also, Panini seems to lost their amazing creative ability that we saw surfacing in 2015 and 2016... This one will have again the same subsets we've seen past years in FIFA 365: Base, Fans, Power-Up, Multiple and Rare... Sure, they seem to have some decent "sub-subsets", known so far we have Captains, Lineups, Wonderkids, All-Round Players and Magic Moments... Hopefully this time they add badges, one of the many flaws in 2018.... Still, Euro 2016 amazing diversity seems a mirage to me now, but we'll see.

I'll bet on 2 special cards per 8-card pack, no more than that. Whenever a subset had so many special cards, Panini usually inserted around 25% of special cards. This happened in Euro 2016 (1.5 specials per 6-card pack in average).
 

Jza63

Active Member
I got some info from Finnish distributor.

Release date 24.3. and its going to be a Nordic Edition.

- Starterpack with gameboard, Guide, binder, 3 boosters (8 cards), 5 Limited Editions, 1 coin card 12,95€
- Booster with 8 cards 2,50€
- Pocket tin with 4 boosters, 3 Limited Editions, 1 coin card 9,95€
- Giftbox with 7 boosters, checklist, 6 Limited Editions 19,95€

So a bit less cards in boosters, more LE's it appears. Product prices are about the same
 
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LondonR

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UK release is looking to be very low on Limited Editions.

I spoke with Panini UK on Monday and was told, 2 LE in Starter Pack, 1 in Pocket Tin, 1 in Multi-pack. The premium and premium golds packs will be identical everywhere. Some others in magazines, presumably Strike-It. No details as to which players these LEs are going to be. They said the Premier League release worked well like this and what other countries do is "their choice".
 

Safariman

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Don't know why they think it worked well in the premier league collection as I think looking at stores it has been the worst Premier League Collections for sales ever - nothing ever seems to move off the display area and boxes are always still full - logic tells me if you have 8 different Limited Editions in multipacks you probably sell 8 multipacks per collector - if only 1 multipack with 1 limited only 1 so how they work out 1 is good only they know. Panini UK haven't got a clue. Please give the Premier League back to Topps as they are moving in the right direction with their web ideas etc
 
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