Sticker albums

1958-59 Bazooka Football Gum sticker album

This is a scan from the 1958/59 Football Gum, Schweizer Fussball-Album, which is very rare! It was produced by Bazooka (Chewing Gum). Within the album you can find stickers from all clubs of the football national league A + B (13 pictures from each team). I actually have such an album, but...

1962 JUWO sport book - volume 2

From 1962 until 1964 the JUWO released four Sport-books, with a different amount of stickers from various types of sport: skiing, hockey aso. In Volume 2, which contains 111 stickers of different sizes (some in black/white others are coloured), includes 15 pages about football, including the...

1997-98 Panini sticker album, Football 98, swiss edition

Football 98: sticker album from Panini with pictures of every swiss NLA- and NLB-team of season 1997/1998. This is the first Panini album with stickers of FC Thun (then playing in NLB), as Thun played in lower leagues from 1970-1997.   Coach: Andi Egli Team: Martin Salzgeber (keeper), Marcel...

1998-99 Panini sticker album, Football 99, swiss edition

Second edition of a Panini album with pictures of Thun-players is "Football 99". FC Thun still played in NLB in season 1998/99. coach: Georges Bregy team: Martin Salzgeber (keeper), Dieter Münstermann, Bajram Kurtulus, Marcel Born, Andrey Lemes Penheiro (defender), Bahram Hatef, Marc Schneider...

1999-2000 Panini sticker album, Football 2000, swiss edition

Third Panini album with stickers of FC Thun. Georges Bregy still was the coach of the team. team: Peter Kobel (keeper), Marc Schneider, Mark Haller, Daniel Rufener, Andrey Lemes Penheiro (defender), Bahram Hatef, Ludovic Gros, Heinz Moser, Alain Baumann, Mario Raimondi, Lubos Plevka (midfielder),...

2000-2001 Panini sticker album, Football 2001, swiss edition

The edition "Football 2001" is the last Panini album with stickers of the Swiss Football League. When FC Thun was promoted from NLB to NLA in 2002, Panini allready didnt produce sticker albums of the "Football XX"-series anymore. coach: Georges Bregy team: Peter Kobel (keeper), Marc Schneider,...

2006-2007 sticker album "Football 2006/2007"

Football 2006/2007 does not form part of the same-named Panini-series. It was produced by Teleclub and stickers.ch. Players: Patrick Bettoni (keepert), Lukas Dosek, Selver Hodzic, Joao Paulo Di Fabio, Sandro Galli, Armand Deumi, Mario Schönenberger, Silvan Aegerter, Roman Friedli, Patrick...

2010-11 Top 200 trading card game

This trading card game was produced by Waldmeier AG in 2010, in collaboration with the Swiss Football League. The Axpo Super League game consists of 200 cards (20 from each team of ASL, season 2010/11: FC Basel, FC Bellinzona, Grasshopper Club, FC Lucerne, Neuchatel Xamax, FC Sion, FC St. Gallen,...

2011-2012 Top 200 sticker album

In 2010/11, Waldmeier AG and the Swiss Football League produced the card game Top 200 (no stickers/no album). One season later, the SFL and the tabloid "Blick" produced the Top 200 sticker album with 20 pictures of each team of the Axpo Super League (2011/12). Coach: Bernard Challandes Players:...

The first album with stickers of FC Thun was the "Football Gum - Schweizer Fussball Album" from 1958/59, produced by Bazooka (chewing gum). In 1962 JUWO released the second of four sport books with stickers of different sports. This second volume contained pictures of football players and teams, among others: FC Thun. As FC Thun was playing in lower leagues between 1970-1997, the team didnt appear in any other album until 1998, when Panini produced "Football 98", followed by "Football 99", "Football 2000" and "Football 2001" (which was the last Panini album with stickers of the Swiss Football League). Some years later, Waldmeier AG and Teleclub produced another album called "Football 2006/07". Last but not least, there is the "Top 200" card game (2010/11) and sticker album (2011/12), also with pictures of Thun-players.

I actually do have all available albums with FC-Thun-stickers, even the one from Bazooka. But the last-mentioned one is in bad condition and not complete, thats why Im looking for another one. If you have "Football XX"-albums aswell, and if you still need certain stickers, then you may want to have a look at my "swap & sale"-page, where I offer all my extra stickers.

 

The history of sticker albums

Most collectors of football memorabilia have at least one Panini-sticker-album. In the 1960s the brothers Giuseppe and Benito Panini startet to sell stickers/stickeralbums and especially became famous for the football collections. But only a few people know, that sticker albums have allready been made in the early nineteen hundreds. They were distributed as part of promotional and advertising campaigns, especially from chewing gum, cigarette or chocolate manufacturers. In Switzerland, the first sticker album with football-related pictures was an album from Chocolat Amor (Berne), in 1930, with stickers of the swiss national football team.