Panini America officials recently sent out preliminary Product Information Solicitations for several exciting new products coming soon to a hobby shop or online retailer near you. Today, we’re sharing that same information with you here on The Knight’s Lance, this time featuring the certifiable collectibility of Certified Football.
In the extensive product preview that follows, we’ll showcase a bevy of preliminary images from the upcoming 2021 Certified Football as well as the product’s Hobby and FOTL PIS documents.
Estimated Release Date: August 11
Product Configuration: Five cards per pack, 10 packs per box, 16 boxes per case.
BOX BREAK: One Freshman Fabric Signature, one additional autograph, two memorabilia cards, 10 inserts, two Rookie Cards or Rookie parallels per hobby box, on average.
- A cornerstone of the hobby, Certified Football returns with both classic
and new inserts for the 2021 season.
- Chase Rookie Patch Autographs of the top rookies from the deep 2021 NFL Draft Class with Freshman Fabric Signatures. Featuring Jumbo Swatches and a classic design, Freshman Fabric Signatures has become a hobby staple.
- Be on the lookout for these brand-new inserts in Certified 2021: SSP Certified Air, SSP Certified Ground, Dark Horses, Canton Certified Signatures, Pieces of the Game and Pieces of the Game Signatures.
- Chase unique memorabilia in Pieces of the Game and Pieces of the Game Signatures, featuring oversized patches and unique die-cuts, Pieces of the Game is sure to be a fan favorite.
Enjoy the preview gallery that follows and stay tuned for additional information. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE 2020 ROOKIES FEATURED IN THE PREVIEW GALLERY BELOW ARE MERELY TO SHOW COLLECTORS WHAT CERTIFIED’S VARIOUS ROOKIE DESIGNS WILL LOOK LIKE.
The PIS document for 2021 Certified Football Hobby is available here.
The PIS document for 2021 Certified Football FOTL is available here.
All information is accurate at the time of posting – content is subject to change and approval. Card images are solely for the purpose of design display. Actual images used on cards to be determined.