Welcome to mypaninistickers.com website. Got it, Got it, must have it... . My goal is to get all required stickers for the corresponding Panini albums I'm collecting.
As a little boy I started collecting Panini stickers. In the early 80's my first album was the Panini football 1982 album. Because I'm a Belgian, this album was printed in Dutch and French language. It all started when my mother bought CHACHA chocolate cookies. In the package there were Panini packs included. Because I was a football fanatic, I started collecting the stickers that came with these cookies. During several years I tried to get as many as possible Panini stickers and albums. During the 90's I got less interested as I grew older. But now I restarted to fill the gaps and I restarted gathering the stickers.
Currently my collection holds Panini football, Panini world cup and Panini Euro albums.
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