For five long seasons from 2011 to 2015, football collectors went without Panini America’s content-rich Plates & Patches Football brand. But the product made a triumphant return to the category in 2016 with a compelling mix of, well, plates and patches (and autographs). The rousing comeback effort was so well received by the collecting masses that it immediately earned a spot in the company’s 2017 brand portfolio — and 2017 Plates & Patches Football is set to arrive in hobby shops across North America in early February.
Once again this season, the unique product will live up to its name by delivering, on average, one Printing Plate 1/1, one Rookie Patch Autograph, one retired or veteran autograph, one memorabilia card and one parallel numbered to 50 or less in every hobby box (five cards per box, 12 boxes per case).
Read more: The Official Blog of Panini America