The Panini America Quality Control Gallery: 2020 Immaculate Soccer (50+ Must-See Images)

Panini America’s highly anticipated 2020 Immaculate Soccer product releases today in hobby shops across North America boasting a spectacular array of autograph and memorabilia content highlighted by the company’s first autographed trading cards of international soccer superstar David Beckham. Based on that monumental fact as well as several other factors, the buzz surrounding this product is palpable.

On average, each hobby box of 2020 Immaculate Soccer (seven cards per box, six boxes per case) will deliver five autograph or memorabilia cards and two base or parallel cards.

The highlights of the product are many and include . . .

  • Romelu Lukaku and João Félix join an autograph checklist of current players that already features the best of the best, including Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Retired players on the autograph list include the late Diego MaradonaFranz Beckenbauer and Thierry Henry, as well as the first traditional Panini autograph cards of David Beckham.
  • Due to popular demand, find two new booklet inserts (Signature Moves Autograph Booklets and Signature Moves Jersey Autograph Booklets), raising the total to 50 different booklet cards to collect.
  • 2020 Immaculate Soccer delivers unique memorabilia cards including shoe-related inserts such as Boot SignaturesSneak Peek and the all-new Laces cards.

We offer a revealing Quality Control Gallery below. Enjoy the sneak peek and stay tuned for additional coverage.

2020 Immaculate Soccer will be available while supplies last at the official online store of Panini America beginning today at 12 p.m. CST.

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One Reply to “The Panini America Quality Control Gallery: 2020 Immaculate Soccer (50+ Must-See Images)”

  1. What kind of drugs are in these boxes?! $1700 for 3-4 Autos with this checklist?! When did buying a box of cards turn into a lottery instead of trading cards?! There will be boxes with less than $100 total value, and you’re MSRP is $1700????? That’s just nuts! A full case was under $1700 last time these were released. What retail produce has increased during the last 18 months over 500% while the overall economy has been in a recession? Panini should be ashamed of themselves.

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