2014 Panini Prizm World Cup Soccer Hobby Box

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Product Description
Configuration: 24 packs per box. 6 cards per pack.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
- Never seen before product displaying autographs from soccer's best players around the world from Messi, Ronaldo, Pele, van Persie more plus look for American fan-favorites Tim Howard, Clint Dempsey & Jozy Altidore
- Combo Signatures showcase dual autographs of the best of the best like Pele/Ronaldo & Maradona/Messi - all combo autograph cards are numbered to 10 or less!
- Find at lease 8 Prizm parallels including 3 brand new multi-color parallels (red/white/blue, yellow/red, & blue/red)
- Unrivaled, unparalleled 200-card base set includes players from all 32 teams qualified for the 2014 FIFA World Cup


PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
200-card base set

Parallels
- Blue Prizm (#'d to 199 or less)
- Red Prizm (#'d to 149 or less)
- Purple Prizm (#'d to 99 or less)
- Green Crystal Prizm (#'d to 25 or less)
- Gold Prizm (#'d to 25 or less)
- Gold Power Prizm (#'d to 5 or less
- Black Prizm (#'d 1/1)

Autographs
- Base
- Prizm (numbered to 25 or less)
- Black Prizm (1/1)


Combo Signatures
- High-profile and highly sought after autograph pairings
- All numbered to 10 or less
- All include a Prizm parallel version

World Cup Matchups
- Some of the most intriguing on-pitch pairings in the 2014 FIFA World Cup, both in group play and potential knock-out round matches
- Feature several regionally inspired Prizm parallels including Red, White and Blue Prizms, Yellow and Red Prizms, and Blue and Red Prizms

World Cup Stars
- Chronicles the best performances from past tournaments as well as impact players who will make their appearance in this year's event.

Team Photo
- Includes a Team Photo for each of the 32 teams participating in 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.

Look for cards of the lovable and kid-friendly, Fuleco, the 2014 FIFA World Cup mascot, who makes an appearance as a super short-printed insert (two per case, on average).