Saturday, 24 May 2014

Carrefour - 3D Bleus (2)



2014
3D Bleus
Carrefour
France
24

Another video, showing the sticker being peeled off the card and each is an interactive gateway to further content. The video was produced by Prodni.
The original checklist can be found here - Carrefour - 3D Bleus.


Navarrete (Peru) - Copa Mundial Brasil 2014 (3)


2014
Copa Mundial Brasil 2014
Navarrete
Peru
444 stickers

I don't know if I know enough about this collection to talk about it constructively. There are a few glitter stickers in this collection as can be seen above, but there are some other unusual stickers too. It seems that a Peruvian company called Capri International have moved to the front of sticker technology. Check out their short Youtube video.
At a guess I'd say that each of the glitter stickers, those like the Neymar one above can also be found with a different background as in the video. Thanks to Neil Goulding for the scans of the stickers. I think you'd need a special app to watch the videos, would that be Blippar?
Amazing...
I'd be interested to hear from anyone with their comments about these stickers.



Serious Global - Euro 2004 (CD Cardz)


2004

Euro 2004 (CD Cardz)
Serious Global
60

Collectable CD cardz, which can be played by inserting them in your computer's CD tray. CD cardz were a short-lived phenomena.


1.  Thierry Henry (France)

2.  Robert Pires (France)
3.  Patrick Vieira (France)
4.  Zinedine Zidane (France)
5.  Jan Koller (Czech)
6.  Pavel Nedved (Czech)
7.  Vladimir Smicer (Czech)
8.  Iker Casillas (Spain)
9.  Fredrik Ljungberg (Sweden)
10.  Ruud van Nistelrooy (Netherlands)
11.  Jon Dahl Tomasson (Denmark)
12.  Olof Mellberg (Sweden)
13.  Luis Figo (Portugal)
14.  Rui Costa (Portugal)
15.  Fernando Couto (Portugal)
16.  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
17.  Stilian Petrov (Bulgaria)
18.  Edgar Davids (Netherlands)
19.  Michael Ballack (Germany)
20.  Oliver Kahn (Germany)
21.  Fredi Bobic (Germany)
22.  Christian Wörns (Germany)
23.  David Beckham (England)
24.  Michael Owen (England)
25.  Wayne Rooney (England)
26.  Steven Gerrard (England)
27.  Alessandro del Piero (Italy)
28.  Christian Vieri (Italy)
29.  Filippo Inzaghi (Italy)
30.  Fabio Cannavaro (Italy)
31.  Jaap Stam (Netherlands)
32.  Nikos Dabizas (Greece)
33.  Raúl González (Spain)
34.  Nuno Gomez (Portugal)
35.  Fabien Barthez (France)
36.  Marcel Desailly (France)
37.  Mikaël Silvestre (France)
38.  David Trezeguet (France)
39.  Sol Campbell (England)
40.  Joe Cole (England)
41.  Frank Lampard Jnr (England)
42.  Paul Scholes (England)
43.  Thomas Gravesen (Denmark)
44.  Jesper Grønkjær (Denmark)
45.  Ebbe Sand (Denmark)
46.  Edwin van der Sar (Netherlands)
47.  Míchel Salgado (Spain)
48.  Iván Helguera (Spain)
49.  Fernando Torres (Spain)
50.  Gary Neville (England)
51.  Rafael van der Vaart (Netherlands)
52.  Clarence Seedorf (Netherlands)
53.  Alessandro Nesta (Italy)
54.  Pedro Pauleta (Portugal)
55.  Bernd Schneider (Germany)
56.  Oliver Neuville (Germany)
57.  Kevin Kuranyi (Germany)
58.  Dietmar Hamann (Germany)
59.  Francesco Totti (Italy)
60.  Gianluigi Buffon (Italy)


Futera ~ FWF Online / Exxon-Mobil ~ Esso - All Star League Magnets


2014
All Star League Magnets
Futera ~ FWF Online / Exxon-Mobil ~ Esso
Hong Kong, Macao, Thailand
25 Magnets

Thanks to Manfred De Maker for letting me know about this collection... The packets shown with the album are the Thai version, the ones available in Hong Kong are in English. This is what the press release says...
With every HK$300 (after discount in a single transaction) spending on Synergy petrol between May 2 and July 24, 2014, you will receive a free Futera 3D soccer star magnet. Get double magnets for Synergy F-1 and don’t forget to pick up the "All-Star League" magnet album for only HK$20 (magnets not included).

01.  Sergio Aguero (Argentina)
02.  Gareth Bale (Wales)
03.  Mario Balotelli (Italy)
04.  David Beckham (England)
05.  Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast)
06.  Radamel Falcao (Colombia)
07.  Steven Gerrard (England)
08.  Eden Hazard (Belgium)
09.  Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden)
10.  Shinji Kagawa (Japan)
11.  Diego Maradona (Argentina)
12.  Lionel Messi (Argentina)
13.  Thomas Muller (Germany)
14.  Neymar Jr. (Brazil)
15.  Mesut Ozil (Germany)
16.  Andrea Pirlo (Italy)
17.  Sergio Ramos (Spain)
18.  Franck Ribery (France)
19.  Arjen Robben (Netherlands)
20.  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
21.  Luis Suarez (Uruguay)
22.  Fernando Torres (Spain)
23.  Robin van Persie (Netherlands)
24.  Nemanja Vidic (Serbia)
25.  Zinedine Zidane (France)


Amalgamated Press / Lion - (AMC-65) Sports Stars in Action (Booklet)


1952

(AMC-65) Sports Stars in Action
Amalgamated Press / Lion
1 booklet

The first issue of Lion, dated 23 February 1952, came with this free 28 page booklet. I don't have any more details at the moment.

UPDATE (25-12-2016 15:13):  A bit of houskeeping - Fleetway Publications didn't come into being until 1959 when the Mirror Group bought out Amalgamated Press, so I have amended the title to this post. It's the reason I couldn't find this booklet in my database, but I've now been able to add the Cartophilic Society of Great Britain reference number.

Sports Stars in Action



Jupiler (Belgium) - Belgian Red Devils (Beer Glasses)


2014

Belgian Red Devils
Jupiler
Belgium
24 glasses

More collectable World Cup souvenirs from Belgium, this time beer glasses!


Set 1


Thibaut Courtois

Jan Vertonghen
Guillaume Gillet
Steven Defour
Simon Mignolet
Toby Alderweireld
Nicolas Lombaerts
Vincent Kompany
Daniel Van Buyten
Axel Witsel
Timmy Simons
Thomas Vermaelen

Set 2


Kevin Mirallas

Sébastien Pocognoli
Jelle Vossen
Nacer Chadli
Christian Benteke
Mousa Dembélé
Kevin De Bruyne
Marouane Fellaini
Dries Mertens
Zakaria Bakkali
Romelu Lukaku
Eden Hazard


Friday, 23 May 2014

The Daily Graphic - The Daily Graphic Football Album 1904-1905


1904-05

The Daily Graphic Football Album 1904-1905
The Daily Graphic
53

The cover states that this is the 'Fourth Year of Publication'. For the previous three seasons the collecion was issued by The Golden Penny. The Daily Graphic continued to issue these albums until the final one came out in 1910-11. Paul Briers has kindly sent in a scan of his Brentford team photo to accompany this list. Michael McIntyre has sent in a team photo of Burnley too, which might come from this collection. It would be great if someone could confirm that this is so.

Aston Villa
Barnsley
Blackburn Rovers
Blackpool
Bolton Wanderers
Bradford City
Brentford
Brighton & Hove Albion
Bristol City
Bristol Rovers
Burnley
Burton United
Bury
Derby County
Doncaster Rovers
Dundee
Everton
Gainsborough Trinity
Glasgow Celtic
Glasgow Rangers
Glossop North End
Grimsby Town
Heart of Midlothian
Hibernian
Leicester Fosse
Lincoln City
Liverpool
Luton Town
Manchester City
Manchester United
Middlesbrough
Millwall
New Brompton
Newcastle United
Notts County
Plymouth Argyle
Portsmouth
Preston North End
Queens Park Rangers
Reading
Sheffield United
Sheffield Wednesday
Small Heath
Southampton
Stoke
Swindon Town
Tottenham Hotspur
Watford
Wellingborough
West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Woolwich Arsenal

Obverse and Reverse

Aston Villa  &  Derby County
Barnsley  &  Blackpool
Blackburn Rovers  &  Dundee
Bolton Wanderers  &  Newcastle United
Bradford City  &  no team
Brentford  &  Leicester Fosse
Brighton & Hove Albion  &  Luton Town
Bristol City  &  Glossop North End
Bristol Rovers  &  Doncaster Rovers
Burnley  &  Burton United
Bury  &  Small Heath
Everton  &  New Brompton
Gainsborough Trinity  &  Tottenham Hotspur
Glasgow Celtic  &  Notts County
Glasgow Rangers  &  Wellingborough
Grimsby Town  &  Southampton
Heart of Midlothian  &  Plymouth Argyle
Hibernian  &  Wolverhampton Wanderers
Lincoln City  &  Portsmouth
Liverpool  &  Preston North End
Manchester City  &  no team
Manchester United  &  Woolwich Arsenal
Middlesbrough  &  Sheffield Wednesday
Millwall  &  no team
Queens Park Rangers  &  Reading
Sheffield United  &  Stoke
Swindon Town  &  West Ham United
West Bromwich Albion  &  Watford


I.P.C. Magazines / Roy of the Rovers - Roy of the Rovers ~ Stand-Up Footballer


1986
Roy of the Rovers ~ Stand-Up Footballer
I.P.C. Magazines / Roy of the Rovers
1

This card with the press-out image of Roy of the Rovers is dated 1986 on the back, I don't know which issue it came with.


Roy of the Rovers - Stand-Up Footballer



Navarrete (Peru), Abril (Brazil) - Copa Disney


2014
Copa Disney
Navarrete (Peru), Abril (Brazil)
Peru, Brazil
Unknown number

A new sticker album, which has been a regular feature of the World Cup sticker scene since 2002. Published by Navarrete in Peru and Abril in Brazil, I believe the collection is available across South America.
If anyone can track down a checklist please do get in touch.


Linha do Tempo (Timeline)

Uruguai 1930
Italia 1934
Franca 1938
Brasil 1950
Suica 1954
Suecia 1958
Chile 1962
Inglaterra 1966
Mexico 1970
Alemanha 1974
Argentina 1978
Espana 1982
Mexico 1986
Italia 1990
USA 1994
Franca 1998
Japón y Corea del Sur 2002
Alemanha 2006
Sudáfrica 2010

Os Maiores Micos

Uruguai 1930
Italia 1934
Franca 1938
Brasil 1950
Suica 1954
Suecia 1958
Chile 1962
Inglaterra 1966
Mexico 1970
Alemanha 1974
Argentina 1978
Espana 1982
Mexico 1986
Italia 1990
USA 1994
Franca 1998
Japón y Corea del Sur 2002
Alemanha 2006
Sudáfrica 2010

Supercraques (Superstars)

Nasazzi
Meazza
Leonidas Sa Silva
Osoulio Varela
Ademir De Menzes
Puskas
Fritz Walter
Pele
Garrincha
Eusebio


Издательство "Даринчи" (Darinchi) - Футбольная сборная мира (Football Team of the World)


2014
Футбольная сборная мира (Football Team of the World)
Издательство "Даринчи" (Darinchi)
Russia
21 cards


Listed here in English and in Russian.

1.  David Beckham (England)
2.  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
3.  Zinedine Zidane (France)
4.  Andres Iniesta (Spain)
5.  Xavi Hernandez (Spain)
6.  Franck Ribery (France)
7.  Robin van Persie (Holland)
8.  Fernando Torres (Spain)
9.  David Villa (Spain)
10.  Arjen Robben (Holland)
11.  Lionel Messi (Argentina)
12.  Wayne Rooney (England)
13.  Gareth Bale (Wales)
14.  Neymar da Silva (Brazil)
15.  Luis Suarez (Uruguay)
16.  Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
17.  Iker Casillas (Spain)
18.  Petr Cech (Czech Republic)
19.  Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden)
20.  Mesut Ozil (Germany)
21.  Radamel Falcao (Colombia)

1.  Дэвид Бекхэм (Англия)
2.  Филипп Лам (Германия)
3.  Зинедин Зидан (Франция)
4.  Андрес Иньеста (Испания)
5.  Хави Эрнандес (Испания)
6.  Франк Рибери (Франция)
7.  Робин ван Перси (Голандия)
8.  Фернандо Торрес (Испания)
9.  Давид Вилья (Испания)
10.  Арьен Роббен (Голандия)
11.  Лионель Месси (Аргентина)
12.  Уэйн Руни (Англия)
13.  Гарет Бейл (Уэльс)
14.  Неймар да Силва (Бразилия)
15.  Луис Суарес (Уругвай)
16.  Криштиану Роналду (Португалия)
17.  Икер Касильяс (Испания)
18.  Петр Чех (Чехия)
19.  Златан Ибрагимович (Швеция)
20.  Месут Озил (Германия)
21.  Радамель Фалькао (Колумбия)


I.P.C. Magazines / Valiant & Lion - The Kicking Footballer


1974

The Kicking Footballer
I.P.C. Magazines / Valiant & Lion
1

A plastic kicking footballer given free with the 5 October, 1974 issue of Valiant & Lion.


The Kicking Footballer



Monty Gum - 31346 World Cup Football (1982)


1982

31346  World Cup Football
Monty Gum
West Germany, Netherlands
176

I'm not sure if this collection was ever issued in the United Kingdom. I know of a couple of error cards which recorded in the list. There may be more but I'm not familiar with most of the overseas footballers.


1.  Honduras

2.  El Salvadorq
3. Cameroon
4.  Algeria
5.  Chile
6.  England
7.  Paul Mariner (England)
8.  Gary Birtles (England)
9.  Peter Shilton (England)
10.  Phil Thompson (England)
11.  Bryan Robson (England)
12.  Mick Mills (England)
13.  Ray Wilkins (England)
14.  Kevin Keegan (England)
15.  Tony Woodcock (England)
16.  Trevor Francis (England)
17.  Ray Clemence (England)
18.  Terry McDermott (England)
19.  Steve Coppell (England)
20.  Kenny Sansom (England)
21.  Phil Neal (England)
22.  Argentina team
23.  Ocana (Argentina)
24.  Mario Kempes (Argentina)
25.  Glavan (Argentina)
26.  Fillol (Argentina)
27.  Santamaria (Argentina)
28.  Ossie Ardiles (Argentina)
29.  Pasarella (Argentina)
30.  larrosa (Argentina)
31.  Gonzalez (Argentina)
32.  Gallesos (Argentina)
33.  Tarantini (Argentina)
34.  Pernia (Argentina)
35.  Carrascosa (Argentina)
36.  Yugoslavia team
37.  Austria team
38.  Lindenburg (Austria)
39.  Pichler (Austria)
40.  Dihanich (Austria)
41.  Prohaska (Austria)
42.  Weber (Austria)
43.  Walzl (Austria)
44.  Gasserlich (Austria)
45.  Schachner (Austria)
46.  Kegelvits (Austria)
47.  Krankl (Austria)
48.  Kreuz (Austria)
49.  Breitenberger (Austria)
50.  Hattenberger (Austria)
51.  Jara (Austria)
52.  Pezzey (Austria)
53.  Koncilia (Austria)
54.  France team
55.  Zimako (France)
56.  Bosis (France)
57.  Bethenay (France)
58.  Rey (France)
59.  Lacombe (France)
60.  Lopez (France)
61.  Rio (France)
62.  Tusseau (France)
63.  Dalger (France)
64.  Guillou (France)
65.  Michel Platini (France)
66.  Janvion (France)
67.  Didier Six (France)
68.  Rocheteau (France)
69.  Scotland
70.  Don Masson (Scotland)
71.  Asa Hartford (Scotland)
72.  Kenny Dalglish (Scotland)
73.  Mal Donachie (Scotland)
74.  Sandy Jardine (Scotland)
75.  Joe Jordan (Scotland)
76.  Lou Macari (Scotland)
77.  Alan Rough (Scotland)
78.  Forsyth (Scotland)
79.  Johnston (Scotland)
80.  Derek Parlane (Scotland)
81.  Gordon McQueen (Scotland)
82.  Italy team
83.  Altobelli (Italy)
84.  Marini (Italy)
85.  Collovati (Italy)
86.  Bettega (Italy)
87.  Paolo Rossi (Italy)
88.  Benetti (Italy)
89.  Antognoni (Italy)
90.  Scirea (Italy)
91.  Cabrini (Italy)
92.  Gentile (Italy)
93.  Dino Zoff (Italy)
94.  Tardelli (Italy)
95.  Graziani (Italy)
96.  Northern Ireland team
97.  O'Neill (Northern Ireland)   -  actually Gerry Armstrong
98.  Sammy Nelson (Northern Ireland)
99.  Hamilton (Northern Ireland)
100.  Chris Nicholl (Northern Ireland)   -  actually Sammy McIlroy
101.  Chris Nicholl (Northern Ireland)
102.  Hungary team
103.  Russia team
104.  Peru team
105.  Spain team
106.  Marcelini (Spain)
107.  Leal (Spain)
108.  Dani (Spain)
109.  Cundi (Spain)
110.  Saura (Spain)
111.  Quini (Spain)
112.  Del Basque (Spain)
113.  Uria (Spain)
114.  Arconada (Spain)
115.  Villar (Spain)
116.  Santillana (Spain)
117.  Olmo (Spain)
118.  Miqueli (Spain)
119.  Brazil team
120.  Oscar (Brazil)
121.  Socrates (Brazil)
122.  Cerezo (Brazil)
123.  Batista (Brazil)
124.  Marinho (Brazil)
125.  Migver (Brazil)
126.  Falcao (Brazil)
127.  Leao (Brazil)
128.  Isidoro (Brazil)
129.  Zico (Brazil)
130.  Cerezzo (Brazil)
131.  Amaral (Brazil)
132.  West Germany team
133.  Schumacher (West Germany)
134.  Hrubesch (West Germany)
135.  Briegel (West Germany)
136.  Allofs (West Germany)
137.  Bonhof (West Germany)
138.  H. Mueller (West Germany)
139.  Flohe (West Germany)
140.  Stieleke (West Germany)
141.  Zimmermann (West Germany)
142.  Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (West Germany)
143.  Dietz (West Germany)
144.  Kaltz (West Germany)
145.  Forster (West Germany)
146.  Nigbur (West Germany)
147.  Cullmann (West Germany)
148.  Burdenski (West Germany)
149.  Belgium team
150.  Van der Reycjken (Belgium)
151.  M. Millecamps (Belgium)
152.  Vercauteren (Belgium)
153.  Van Moer (Belgium)
154.  Renquin (Belgium)
155.  Broos (Belgium)
156.  Ceulemans (Belgium)
157.  Van der Elst (Belgium)
158.  Cools (Belgium)
159.  Plessers (Belgium)
160.  Coeck (Belgium)
161.  Martens (Belgium)
162.  Pfaff (Belgium)
163.  Meeuws (Belgium)
164.  L. Millecamps (Belgium)
165.  Gerets (Belgium)
166.  Poland team
167.  Kuwait team
168.  Houti (Kuwait)
169.  Buloushi (Kuwait)
170.  Mubarak (Kuwait)
171.  Anbarrin (Kuwait)
172.  Al Hashash (Kuwait)
173.  Al Dahkil (Kuwait)
174.  Alberto (Kuwait)
175.  CSSR team
176.  New Zealand team


Thursday, 22 May 2014

Amalgamated Press / The Champion - AMA-295 Speed-Sport Thrills / AMA-300 Sporting Queeriosities


1933

AMA-295  Speed-Sport Thrills / AMA-300 Sporting Queeriosities
Amalgamated Press / The Champion
12 (3 Football related)

The front of these cards contain images that belong to the Speed-Sport Thrills set, turn them over and you find Sporting Queeriosities. I only know about 10 of the reverse sides but I am assured that the missing two do not feature football at all. A folder made of card was produced to hold the cards.


AMA-295  Speed-Sport Thrills - Front


Motor-Bike Football  -  A Goalmouth Tussle  -  22 April 1933

The Motor-Boat Obstacle Race  -  29 April, 1933
Racing Car v Plane  -  6 May 1933
Sandyacht races Camel  -  13 May 1933
Motor Gliding  -  Rounding the Pylon  -  20 May 1933
The Dynasphere shows its paces  -  27 May 1933
Wave-Jumping on Water Skis  -  3 June 1933
Sail Skaters Going All Out  -  10 June 1933
A Close Finish in the Landskiff Race  -  17 June 1933
A Speed Thrill on American Board Track  -  24 June 1933
Neck and Neck, Ski-Jorning  -  1 July 1933
Bicycle Polo  -  A Race for the Ball  -  8 July 1933

AMA-300  Sporting Queeriosities  -  Back


The Umbrella Football Match (Aston Villa v Sheffield United)  -  22 April 1933

Counted Out on the Ropes  -  29 April, 1933
W.G. (Grace) Gets the Bird  -  6 May 1933
A Rattle for a Racehorse  -  13 May 1933
Won on his Neck (Motor Racing)  -  20 May 1933
Sunderland saved by a Canary (Football)  -  27 May 1933
Putting the Clock Back  -  3 June 1933
His Riderless Rival (Speedway)  -  10 June 1933
The Shackled Swimmer  -  17 June 1933
Jazz for the Gee-Gee  -  24 June 1933
Fire-Fighting at 100mph  -  1 July 1933
Cokernut Cricket  -  08 July 1933


Sicker-Verlag, Frankfurt - 31940-02 Fußball Die besten Fußballspieler


1963-64

31940-02 - Fußball Die besten Fußballspieler
Sicker-Verlag, Frankfurt
West Germany
300 stickers

1.  Wolfgang Tillich (Hertha BSC Berlin)

2.  Hans-Jürgen Krumnow (Hertha BSC Berlin)
3.  Otto Rehhagel (Hertha BSC Berlin)
4.  Hans-Günter Schimmöller (Hertha BSC Berlin)
5.  Klaus Heuer (Hertha BSC Berlin)
6.  Hans Eder (Hertha BSC Berlin)
7.  Peter Schlesinger (Hertha BSC Berlin)
8.  Horst Waclawiak (Hertha BSC Berlin)
9.  Dr Günther Schüler (Hertha BSC Berlin)
10.  Karl-Heinz Rühl (Hertha BSC Berlin)
11.  Helmut Faeder (Hertha BSC Berlin)
12.  Harald Beyer (Hertha BSC Berlin)
13.  Hans-Joachim Altendorff (Hertha BSC Berlin)
14.  Uwe Klimaschefski (Hertha BSC Berlin)
15.  Eberhard Borchert (Hertha BSC Berlin)
16.  Hans Jacker (Eintracht Braunschweig)
17.  Horst Wolter (Eintracht Braunschweig)
18.  Wolfgang Brase (Eintracht Braunschweig)
19.  Klaus Meyer (Eintracht Braunschweig)
20.  Wolfgang Wolfram (Eintracht Braunschweig)
21.  Walter Schmidt (Eintracht Braunschweig)
22.  Peter Kaack (Eintracht Braunschweig)
23.  Joachim Base (Eintracht Braunschweig)
24.  Aykut Unyazici (Eintracht Braunschweig)
25.  Klaus Gerwien (Eintracht Braunschweig)
26.  Manfred Wuttich (Eintracht Braunschweig)
27.  Gerhard Schrader (Eintracht Braunschweig)
28.  Jürgen Moll (Eintracht Braunschweig)
29.  Helmut Hosung (Eintracht Braunschweig)
30.  Hans-Georg Dulz (Eintracht Braunschweig)
31.  Günter Bernard (Werder Bremen)
32.  Klaus Lambertz (Werder Bremen)
33.  Josef Piontek (Werder Bremen)
34.  Walter Nachtwey (Werder Bremen)
35.  Wolfgang Schwierzke (Werder Bremen)
36.  Max Lorenz (Werder Bremen)
37.  Arnold Schutz (Werder Bremen)
38.  Helmut Schiemeczek (Werder Bremen)
39.  Helmut Jagielsky (Werder Bremen)
40.  Gerhard Zebrowski (Werder Bremen)
41.  Klaus Hanel (Werder Bremen)
42.  Diethelm Ferner (Werder Bremen)
43.  Dieter Meyer (Werder Bremen)
44.  Willi Soya (Werder Bremen)
45.  Theo Klöckner (Werder Bremen)
46.  Hans Tilkowski (Borussia Dortmund)
47.  Bernhard Wessel (Borussia Dortmund)
48.  Wilhelm Burgsmuller (Borussia Dortmund)
49.  Lothar Geisler (Borussia Dortmund)
50.  Theo Redder (Borussia Dortmund)
51.  Helmut Bracht (Borussia Dortmund)
52.  Dieter Kurrat (Borussia Dortmund)
53.  Wolfgang Paul (Borussia Dortmund)
54.  Wilhelm Sturm (Borussia Dortmund)
55.  Reinhold Wosab (Borussia Dortmund)
56.  Alfred Schmidt (Borussia Dortmund)
57.  Franz Brungs (Borussia Dortmund)
58.  Friedhelm Konietzka (Borussia Dortmund)
59.  Burghart Rylewicz (Borussia Dortmund)
60.  Gerd Cyliax (Borussia Dortmund)
61.  Manfred Manglitz (Meidericher SV)
62.  Friedhelm Jesse (Meidericher SV)
63.  Johann Sabath (Meidericher SV)
64.  Günter Preuss (Meidericher SV)
65.  Werner Lotz (Meidericher SV)
66.  Hans Cichy (Meidericher SV)
67.  Ludwig Nolden (Meidericher SV)
68.  Manfred Müller (Meidericher SV )
69.  Dieter Danzberg (Meidericher SV)
70.  Helmut Rahn (Meidericher SV)
71.  Werner Kramer (Meidericher SV)
72.  Heibz Versteeg (Meidericher SV)
73.  Gustav Walenciak (Meidericher SV)
74.  Heinz Höher (Meidericher SV)
75.  Hardmuth Heidemann (Meidericher SV)
76.  Loy (Eintracht Frankfurt)
77.  Eisenhofer (Eintracht Frankfurt)
78.  Lutz (Eintracht Frankfurt)
79.  Eigenbrodt (Eintracht Frankfurt)
80.  Hermann Höfer (Eintracht Frankfurt)
81.  Alfred Horn (Eintracht Frankfurt)
82.  Dieter Stinka (Eintracht Frankfurt)
83.  Richard Weber (Eintracht Frankfurt)
84.  Ludwig Landerer (Eintracht Frankfurt)
85.  Richard Kress (Eintracht Frankfurt)
86.  Horst Trimhold (Eintracht Frankfurt)
87.  Helmut Kraus (Eintracht Frankfurt)
88.  Erwin Stein (Eintracht Frankfurt)
89.  Wilhelm Huberts (Eintracht Frankfurt)
90.  Lothar Schämer (Eintracht Frankfurt)
91.  Horst Schnoor (Hamburger SV)
92.  Hans Kramer (Hamburger SV)
93.  Gerd Krug (Hamburger SV)
94.  Jurgen Kurbjuhn (Hamburger SV)
95.  Erwin Piechowiak (Hamburger SV)
96.  Dieter Seeler (Hamburger SV)
97.  Willi Giesemann (Hamburger SV)
98.  Hubert Stapelfeldt (Hamburger SV)
99.  Fritz Boyens (Hamburger SV)
100.  Peter Wulf (Hamburger SV)
101.  Harry Bahre (Hamburger SV)
102.  Uwe Seeler (Hamburger SV)
103.  Ernst Kreuz (Hamburger SV)
104.  Gert Dorfel (Hamburger SV)
105.  Uwe Reuter (Hamburger SV)
106.  Horst Muhlmann (FC Schalke 04)
107.  Josef Broden (FC Schalke 04)
108.  Hans Nowak (FC Schalke 04)
109.  Friedel Rausch (FC Schalke 04)
110.  Hans-Jurgen Becher (FC Schalke 04)
111.  Willi Schulz (FC Schalke 04)
112.  Manfred Kreuz (FC Schalke 04)
113.  Egon Horst (FC Schalke 04)
114.  Reinhard Libuda (FC Schalke 04)
115.  Willi Koslowsky (FC Schalke 04)
116.  Gunter Herrmann (FC Schalke 04)
117.  Klaus Matischak (FC Schalke 04)
118.  Waldemar Gerhardt (FC Schalke 04)
119.  Manfred Berz (FC Schalke 04)
120.  Karl-Heinz Bechmann (FC Schalke 04)
121.  Wolfgang Schnarr (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
122.  Horst-Dieter Strich (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
123.  Roland Kiefaber (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
124.  Willie Kostrewa (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
125.  Werner Mangold (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
126.  Heinrich Bauer (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
127.  Jurgen Neumann (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
128.  Willi Wrenger (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
129.  Gerd Schneider (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
130.  Walter Gawletta (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
131.  Willi Reitgassl (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
132.  Dieter Pulter (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
133.  Winfried Richter (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
134.  Jacobus Prins (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
135.  Harald Braner (1. FC Kaiserslautern)
136.  Manfred Paul (Karlsruher SC)
137.  Erich Wolf (Karlsruher SC)
138.  Gustav Witlasschil (Karlsruher SC)
139.  Dieter Klaussner (Karlsruher SC)
140.  Peter Kossmann (Karlsruher SC)
141.  Horst Saida (Karlsruher SC)
142.  Rolf Kahn (Karlsruher SC )
143.  Heinz Ruppenstein (Karlsruher SC)
144.  Willi Rihm (Karlsruher SC)
145.  Reinhold Wischnowsky (Karlsruher SC)
146.  Horst Wild (Karlsruher SC)
147.  Josef Marx (Karlsruher SC)
148.  Otto Geisert (Karlsruher SC)
149.  Siegfried Stark (Karlsruher SC)
150.  Erwin Metzger (Karlsruher SC)
151.  Fritz Ewert (1. FC Köln)
152.  Toni Schumacher (1. FC Köln)
153.  Fritz Pott (1. FC Köln)
154.  Toni Regh (1. FC Köln)
155.  Helmut Benthaus (1. FC Köln)
156.  Hans Sturm (1. FC Köln)
157.  Wolfgang Weber (1. FC Köln)
158.  Leo Wilden (1. FC Köln)
159.  Karl-Heinz Thielen (1. FC Köln)
160.  Hans Schafer (1. FC Köln)
161.  Christian Muller (1. FC Köln)
162.  Wolfgang Overath (1. FC Köln)
163.  Matthias Hemmersbach (1. FC Köln)
164.  Karl-Heinz Ripkens (1. FC Köln)
165.  Heinz Hornig (1. FC Köln)
166.  Peter Radenkovic (TSV 1860 München)
167.  Fritz Herrnleben (TSV 1860 München)
168.  Manfred Wagner (TSV 1860 München)
169.  Rudolf Steiner (TSV 1860 München)
170.  Rudolf Zeiser (TSV 1860 München)
171.  Otto Luttrop (TSV 1860 München)
172.  Günter Rahm (TSV 1860 München)
173.  Alfons Stemmer (TSV 1860 München)
174.  Alfred Heiss (TSV 1860 München)
175.  Engelbert Kraus (TSV 1860 München)
176.  Peter Grosser (TSV 1860 München)
177.  Winfried Kohlars (TSV 1860 München)
178.  Rudolf Brunnenmeier (TSV 1860 München)
179.  Hans Kuppers (TSV 1860 München)
180.  Rolf Thommes (TSV 1860 München)
181.  Herbert Eiteljorge (SC Preußen Münster)
182.  Dieter Feller (SC Preußen Münster)
183.  Helmut Tybussek (SC Preußen Münster)
184.  Heribert Kania (SC Preußen Münster)
185.  Heinz-Rudiger Voss (SC Preußen Münster)
186.  Dagmar Drewes (SC Preußen Münster)
187.  Werner Lungwitz (SC Preußen Münster)
188.  Klaus Bockisch (SC Preußen Münster)
189.  Karlhein Kiss (SC Preußen Münster)
190.  Hermann Lulka (SC Preußen Münster)
191.  Manfred Pohlschmidt (SC Preußen Münster)
192.  Karlheinz Bente (SC Preußen Münster)
193.  Manfred Rummel (SC Preußen Münster)
194.  Falk Dörr (SC Preußen Münster)
195.  Walter Bensmann (SC Preußen Münster)
196.  Roland Wabra (1.FC Nurnberg)
197.  Gerhard Strick (1.FC Nurnberg)
198.  Horst Leupold (1.FC Nurnberg)
199.  Paul Derbfuss (1.FC Nurnberg)
200.  Helmut Hilpert (1.FC Nurnberg)
201.  Reonhold Gettinger (1.FC Nurnberg)
202.  Stefan Reisch (1.FC Nurnberg)
203.  Ferdinand Wenauer (1.FC Nurnberg)
204.  Gustav Flachenecker (1.FC Nurnberg)
205.  Kurt Dachlauer (1.FC Nurnberg)
206.  Max Morlock (1.FC Nurnberg)
207.  Heinz Strehl (1.FC Nurnberg)
208.  Tasso Wild (1.FC Nurnberg)
209.  Karl Schmidt (1.FC Nurnberg)
210.  Richard Albrecht (1.FC Nurnberg)
211.  Volker Danner (1. FC Saarbrücken)
212.  Dieter Hassdenteufel (1. FC Saarbrücken)
213.  Horst Remark (1. FC Saarbrücken)
214.  Erich Rohe (1. FC Saarbrücken)
215.  Heinz Steinmann (1. FC Saarbrücken)
216.  Manfred Klein (1. FC Saarbrücken)
217.  Hans-Gunter Grund (1. FC Saarbrücken)
218.  Werner Hesse (1. FC Saarbrücken)
219.  Heinz Vollmar (1. FC Saarbrücken)
220.  Hans-Dieter Diehl (1. FC Saarbrücken)
221.  Werner Holzenbein (1. FC Saarbrücken)
222.  Dieter Krafczyk (1. FC Saarbrücken)
223.  Werner Rinas (1. FC Saarbrücken)
224.  Karl Meng (1. FC Saarbrücken)
225.  Rainer Schonwalder (1. FC Saarbrücken)
226.  Gunther Sawitzki (VfB Stuttgart)
227.  Lorenz Fischer (VfB Stuttgart)
228.  Hans Eisele (VfB Stuttgart)
229.  Gunter Seibold (VfB Stuttgart)
230.  Werner Walter (VfB Stuttgart)
231.  Rudi Entenmann (VfB Stuttgart)
232.  Theo Hoffmann (VfB Stuttgart)
233.  Gerd Menne (VfB Stuttgart)
234.  Klaus-Dieter Sieloff (VfB Stuttgart)
235.  Rolf Geiger (VfB Stuttgart)
236.  Gerhard Wanner (VfB Stuttgart)
237.  Erwin Waldner (VfB Stuttgart)
238.  Hans Arnold (VfB Stuttgart)
239.  Ebarhard Pfisterer (VfB Stuttgart)
240.  Manfred Reiner (VfB Stuttgart)

31940-02 - Fußball Die besten Fußballspieler - So heiss wird um Punkte gekämpft…


241.  Deutshcland players (v France, 1962)

242.  Solz (Eintracht-KSC)
243.  Weilbächer, Lutz (Eintracht-1860)
244.  Vollmar, Wulf, Krug (HSV-Saar)
245.  Lindner, Solz, Maier (Eintracht-HSV)
246.  Uwe Seeler (HSV-Saar)
247.  Meisterschaft 1961 (FCN-BVB)
248.  Lutz, Loy (Eintracht-BVB)
249.  Stein (Eintracht-BVB)
250.  Weilbächer (Eintracht-HSV)
251.  Lindner (Eintracht-Köln)
252.  Witlaschil (KSC-VfB)
253.  Zipperer, Reiner (VfB-FCN)
254.  Stein (Eintracht-KSC)
255.  Wild, Hartl (FCN-VfB)
256.  Reisch, Meyer (FCN-Werder)
257.  Schmidt, Ewert (Koln-BVB)
258.  Thielen (Koln-FCN)
259.  Gawletta, Wabra (Kaiser-FCN)
260.  Muller, Wanauer (Koln-FCN)
261.  Schnellinger, Wessel (BVB-Koln)
262.  Sturm, Wessel (Koln-BVB)
263.  Kurrat, Maschen, Ewert (Koln-BVB)
264.  Schafer, Leder (Koln-FCN)
265.  Strehl, Weiss, Neumann (Kaiser-FCN)
266.  Morlock, Zunge (FCN-Werder)
267.  Strehl, Jagielski (FCN-Werder)
268.  Jagielski, Sturmer (FCN-Werder)
269.  Flachenecker, Netz (FCN-Kaiser)
270.  Hanel, Wabra (FCN-Werder)
271.  Schnarr (1FCK-BSC)
272.  Sieloff, Heiss (VfB-TSV)
273.  Landerer (FCN-Eintracht)
274.  Kress, Lutz (FCN-Eintracht)
275.  Uwe Seeler, Hans Kuppers (HSV-TSV)
276.  Reiner, Kahn (VfB-KSC)
277.  Gettinger, Schnarr (FCN-FCK)
278.  Morlock, Mangold, Neumann (FCN-FCK)
279.  Wessel, Thielen (VfB-Koln)
280.  Hornig, Schmidt, Wessel (BVB-Koln)

31940-02 - Fußball Die besten Fußballspieler - 20 Asse des Weltfußballs


281.  Florian Albert (Hungary)

282.  Altafini (Italy)
283.  Di Stefano (Spain)
284.  Eusebio (Portugal)
285.  Ron Flowers (England)
286.  Gento (Spain)
287.  Greaves (England)
288.  Helmut Haller (Deutschland)
289.  Jaschin (Russia)
290.  Kopa (France)
291.  Law (Scotland)
292.  Maldini (Italy)
293.  Pele (Brazil)
294.  L. Sanchez (Chile)
295.  Djalma Santos (Brazil)
296.  Schnellinger (Germany)
297.  Sekularac (Yugoslavia)
298.  Divori (Italy)
299.  Szymaniak (Germany)
300.  Zito (Brazil)