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“Filling an album has become progressively more expensive over the years since then, not just because there are typically more teams competing now, but because Panini have become more creative about allocating spaces.”

They say: White shirt, blue sleeves and white socks – with a distinct graphic print. Our verdict: Why couldn’t Nike have given this to England?! As smooth as Zinedine Zidane’s shiny bald head.

However, he said avid collectors could significantly reduce their outlay by collecting in groups and said two people collecting and swapping can reduce the number of packets required by 30 per cent, five players by 57 per cent and 10 players by 68 per cent.

They say: A smart strip in white and blue with subtle geometric pattern. Our verdict: Now that’s more like it! Big mistake not making this the home kit in our ever so humble opinion.

They say: The Tunisia 2018 World Cup away shirt is red with white details. Our verdict: If this football shirt was a British sporting personality, it would also be Steve Davis.

They say: Another 1980s inspired kit. ‘Halo blue’ with bright orange trim. Our verdict: It’s … okay. Not a patch on that smashing home effort, mind.

They say: Nike offer a new interpretation of the team’s iconic checker design, with much larger checks than usual. Our verdict: Will look great on Luka Modric if he can keep himself out of prison long enough to wear it.

He said: “I can still recall the joy of finally completing my first Panini album as a young boy for the 1982 World Cup in Spain.

As well as the official World Cup sticker collection, Panini also manufactures World Cup trading cards and special codes on the back of some stickers unlock virtual stickers in a digital version of the album.

They say: Predominantly royal blue, with bright orange trim and a jazzy pattern down one side of the shirt. Our verdict: Very solid. Colombia right up there with Germany for the best pair of shirts in the business.

Last year, the company produced a sticker collection for the women’s European football championship finals for the first time.

They say: Red all over with a subtle St George’s Cross motif across the front. Our verdict: It’s red. It has a bit of a pattern thing going on across the front. We’ve already forgotten about it. Next.

Harper also calculated how swapping duplicate stickers could reduce the cost. He believes that with 10 friends working together and swapping their doubles, the cost reduces to about £250 each.

Panini has contested the validity of the claim, saying that the calculation “assumes that the collector is in a bubble with no one to swap with or no access to the internet to send off to our missing stickers service”. Collectors are able to purchase 50 specific stickers at a price of 22p each direct from Panini.

With 32 squads of players, managers and various special additions to collect as part of the hunt for all 682 stickers, the minimum spend to fill the album is just over £100 – £109.60 to be precise.

They say: Based on the same design as the home shirt. Royal blue with a unique star pattern covering the front. Our verdict: Yeah, fine, okay.

hey say: According to Adidas: ‘the shirt’s bespoke look and graphic takes inspiration from traditional samurai armour’. Our verdict: Really lovely kit. Deserves better than the inevitable group stage exit.

Harper told the BBC: “Filling an album has become progressively more expensive over the years since then, not just because there are typically more teams competing now, but because Panini has become more creative about allocating spaces.”

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Should you face a struggle to complete the 2018 World Cup album, Panini offer an online service through which you can ask for the stickers you require to finish the set.

They say: A traditional look with blue jersey, white shorts and red socks. Our verdict: Another template. Another sexy kit. Damn you, Nike!

They say: The reverse of the home shirt. Our verdict: Yes, we can confirm that this is the exact reverse of the home shirt.

In 2016, Prof Harper calculated that the average cost of filling the brand’s 680-space Euro sticker book was £374, meaning the cost has more than doubled from that in 2018.

They say: A classic red design with dark blue shorts and red socks. Our verdict: Boring. Plain. Routine. Run-of-the-mill. Humdrum, Dreary. Banal. Unoriginal. Spiritless. Insipid. Etc.

They say: A home shirt combining the traditional home kit colors of the country, white and green. Our verdict: Another absolutely plain kit! Yippee!

They say: Black jerseys with neat white and blue trim, white shorts, black socks. Our verdict: Woof. Coming to a five-a-side court near you very soon.

Those waiting to get their hands on a 2018 Panini album can do so right now, with the official date of release occurring on March 22.

The success was such that brothers Franco and Umberto Panini joined the company in 1963 and the family business continued to go from strength to strength.

Professor Paul Harper considered the best case scenario and the most likely cost of filling this year’s album after the Italian brand announced the cost of a pack of five stickers was increasing from 50p to 80p.

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The 1982 England World Cup squad as they appeared in the Panini sticker book. Photograph: Panini

The brothers’ attempt to move on their new stock was hugely successful, selling three million packets containing two cards each at ten lire each.

Workers sort stickers into piles at the Panini factory outside São Paolo for the 2014 World Cup collection. Photograph: Tom Jenkins for the Guardian

They say: Produced by Adidas with a traditional colour scheme, inspired by the iconic home shirts worn in the 1970s and 80s. Our verdict: Yessssssss. If it’s good enough for James Rodriguez it’s good enough for us.

They say: White, based on the popular Condivo 18 template. Our verdict: Classic. Rather like the old Germany home shirt. B+.

But Paul Harper calculates that swapping duplicates with friends will reduce cost to about £250

They say: A clean design in ‘silver lake blue’, with an ‘engineered jacquard graphic’ in the middle of the jersey. Our verdict: What’s Spanish for ‘horrific v neck’?

They say: A ‘sleek and modern’ kit with sublimated check pattern on the front and white Adidas strips down the sides. Our verdict: Decent. Would make a nice Manchester United kit.

“I must have used an awful lot of pocket money to do this, as well as having generous grandparents handing over bundles of packets of stickers, coupled with tense negotiations of swapping duplicates with friends in the school playground.

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There will be a total of 682 stickers to collect in total, with the original starter-pack edition containing a set of 26 to get you on your way.

They say: Manufactured by Nike, with a white base with blue for logos and a modern knit pattern on the front. Our verdict: About as inspiring as Iain Duncan Smith. This country really is going to the dogs.

His calculations showed that on average you would need to buy 4,832 stickers, or 967 packets, to complete the book, costing £773.60.

And those days are far from gone. Nearly 50 years after the release of the original Mexico 1970 World Cup album, Panini have unveiled their latest collection for the 2018 showpiece event in Russia.

Brazil, the 1970 World Cup winners, as they appeared in the Panini sticker album. Photograph: Panini

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One hundred and 37 packets of stickers costing £109.60 would be enough to complete the collection, providing you didn’t get any doubles. However, anybody who has ever collected World Cup stickers will know that this is an unlikely scenario.

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They say: The first green German jersey since Euro 2012, inspired by the 1994 away effort. Our verdict: It’s Adidas. It’s green. It’s great. Let me wear you, Germany away.

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“I must have used an awful lot of pocket money to do this, as well as having generous grandparents handing over bundles of packets of stickers, coupled with tense negotiations of swapping duplicates with friends in the school playground.

Of course, that figure is based on the assumption that each pack of stickers contains exactly the stickers you need, which is highly unlikley, so the overall cost will probably be higher.

The maths expert from Cardiff University’s School of Mathematics said the minimum cost of collecting all 682 stickers was £109.60, based on buying 137 packets and never getting a duplicate but he said this was “extremely unlikely”.

They say: Red, based on the same template and featuring the same graphic found on the home shirt. Our verdict: Just like the England away kit, only, urm, marginally more interesting.

They say: Made by Adidas and inspired by the classic 1994 home strip. Our verdict: GET IT ON MY TORSO NOW.

The digital Panini contest can be played online and there is an official app available on iOS and android. It runs until August 31, 2018 and there are prizes on offer to those who take part. 

They say: The same template as the home shirt, but with a black and dark blue colour scheme. Our verdict: Very, very nice. A slightly gothic interpretation of the home shirt we all know and love. The football kit equivalent of Late Night Hollyoaks.

“Filling an album has become progressively more expensive over the years since then, not just because there are typically more teams competing now, but because Panini have become more creative about allocating spaces.”

Professor Harper has done the maths and discovered that, on average, a Panini sticker collector will have to buy 4,832 stickers, or 967 packets, to complete the album.

They say: An understated all-white kit with subtle grey trim. Our verdict: Adidas deliver a top-draw kit yet again. A lovely way to round off the gallery. Thanks for reading!

Yours for £773.60: the 2018 World Cup sticker book collection. Photograph: Panini

He said: “The first sticker you buy is absolutely guaranteed not to be a duplicate. The second sticker you get has a 681/682 (99.85 per cent) chance of being a new sticker.

You can also order full sets of old collections online – see the Panini website for full details and instructions .

They say: The Costa Rica home kit features a subtle DNA lines design on the front. It is mainly red with a white crew neck collar, the traditional colors of the country. Our verdict: Looks a bit like the kind of knock-off football shirt you’d find on a dodgy south London market stand, with ‘GOONERS’ written across the chest instead of an Arsenal badge.

The cost of that? Well just £773.60, which is a drastic increase on the average of £374 that it would cost to fill the Euro 2016 Panini album.

Panini first produced a World Cup sticker book for the 1970 Mexico edition, which contained a combination of 288 stickers and cards.

Prof Harper then added up all of the probabilities of getting a new sticker to obtain a formula, which he adjusted using conditional probabilities because the stickers come in packs of five.

They say: The traditional yellow and blue, with a subtle jacquard pattern on the front. Our verdict: Nothing to write home about, to be honest. Unless you’re writing the solitary word ‘BORING’, that is.

They say: Yellow and black with a slight all-over graphic print. Our verdict: Yet another sublime Adidas away kit. *Wolfwhistles*

A single packet of five stickers is priced at 80p, which is an increase of 30p (or 60 per cent) on the cost of the 2014 World Cup and Euro 2016 Panini stickers.

They say: Manufactured by Adidas, featuring the country’s traditional green colour with white applications. Our verdict: Yum.

They say: A traditional effort with subtle zigzag pattern. Our verdict: Why change a winning formula? Bright, bold and very much Brazil.

Many collectors of the sticker book have been critical of the price rise in this year’s stickers. Packets of five stickers are on sale for 80p, a increase on the 50p charged for the previous World Cup and Euro 2016 collections. Harper’s figures suggest the price rise has nearly doubled the cost of completing the collection compared with the Euro 2016 book two years ago.

They say: A clean design in red and white, inspired by the 1988 USSR jersey. Our verdict: Literally cannot muster up the enthusiasm to write anymore words about this snorefest. HOW DID YOU VOTE THIS TO BE THE BEST WORLD CUP KIT, SERIOUSLY HOW?

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The remaining stickers would be made up of standard cards such as players.

They say: An eclectic combination of bright green, white and black in an especially bold design. Our verdict: Outstanding. Sensational. Sublime. The nicest kit at this year’s World Cup and destined to be worn at Boiler Room sessions from now until 2046.

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As well as pictures of the 32 squads of players competing in Russia this summer, there are special stickers for national badges, team group shots and host city posters, making a total of 682 stickers needed to fill the book.

They say: An Errea produced kit which incorporates the traditional home colours of blue, red and white. Our verdict: Nice, if a little bit bargain basement.

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A maths professor from Cardiff has calculated that filling this year’s World Cup sticker book will cost collectors £773.60. Prof Paul Harper has devised a formula that suggests, given the probabilities of getting duplicate stickers, on average an individual would need to buy 967 packets or 4,832 stickers to get the set.

They say: Adidas claim the away kit features ‘a sleek design in blue and yellow’. Our verdict: That subtle pattern is very nice. One of the better ‘plain Jane’ kits to be worn in Russia.

They say: Draws inspiration from Mexico’s kits of the 1950s. White with a green, white and red chest stripe. Our verdict: Looks a bit like something Roger Federer would wear to win the Australian Open. And we’re very much okay with that.

It’s a tradition which dates back to 1970. The ubiquitous chanting of ‘got, got, need!’ has reverberated through playgrounds and beyond for decades as fans of football hustle to complete their Panini sticker albums.

They say: A clean design in dark green with subtle zigzag print. Our verdict: Oh dear, clearly Nike used all their budget on the home shirt. About as exciting as a Songs of Praise marathon.

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The album will consist of 80 full-colour pages, enough room for a two-page spread for each of the participating teams, which are listed below. Group A Group B Group C Group D Russia Portugal France Argentina Saudi Arabia Spain Australia Iceland Egypt Morocco Peru Croatia Uruguay Iran Denmark Nigeria Group E Group F Group G Group H Brazil Germany Belgium Poland Switzerland Sweden Panama Senegal Costa Rica Mexico Tunisia Colombia Serbia South Korea England Japan What if I can’t find the stickers I need?

They say: White with a red collar and a red Swoosh on the right chest. Our verdict: Just like the England home kit, only marginally more interesting.

They say: The red base from Portugal’s Euro 2016 triumph is retained, with Nike introducing ‘gold-metallic trim’ and a green collar. Our verdict: Yup, it’s a template. But that doesn’t stop it from looking smart.

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That leaves plenty of time to work on your deck ahead of the opening match’s kick-off on June 14, with the tournament finishing up on July 15.

They say: White with red crew-neck collar and cuffs, and a dotted gradient graphic. Our verdict: If this football shirt was a British sporting personality, it would be Steve Davis.

Before the March 22 release, Panini launched a digital sticker album on March 20, which allows fans to compile a virtual collection.

They say: Predominantly white, with a bold blue and red graphic print subtly inspired by a tiger pattern and the Taegeuk symbol. Our verdict: Much better, although it does look a bit like a crayon wielding toddler has been let loose on the new England shirt. Which nevertheless remains a huge improvement.

Even with 10 friends swapping it might still cost them each £247 on average to complete the album, maths professor says

However, even with 10 friends swapping it might still cost them each £247 on average to complete the album.

They say: White, black and inspired by the iconic 1990 strip. Our verdict: You’ve already seen this, and you already love it. If only it featured the colours of the German flag, though…

In the beginning, Benito and Giuseppe Panini, originally operators of a newspaper distribution office, bought a collection of cards that a Milanese company were struggling to sell.

The bad news for collectors, according to Professor Paul Harper from Cardiff University’s School of Mathematics, is that is likely to be much higher than the best case scenario.

They say: A classic effort that draws inspiration from the 1993 Copa America strip, coincidentally the last time Argentina won a major title. Our verdict: A stylish strip befitting of little Leo Messi. Top drawer.

The average cost for a single collector to complete Panini’s World Cup 2018 sticker book is £773.60, a leading mathematician has calculated.

Named after the brothers who founded the company in 1961, Panini’s headquarters are based in Modena, Italy.

The service remains available for up to two years after a collection has been withdrawn (subject to availability) and delivery takes at least 30 days.

They say: The last ever Umbro kit for the country – Marathon Sports take over next year. Our verdict: You don’t get more traditional than this. A proper football kit for proper football men. You can shove your xG up your a***, etc.

“I can still recall the joy of finally completing my first Panini album as a young boy for the 1982 World Cup in Spain,” Professor Harper said. 

He added: “What is interesting is that to collect just the last 19 stickers for the book, you would still be required to buy 483 packets of stickers, or half the total number of expected packets. Put another way, you are only half way through when you have just 19 stickers left to collect.”

They say: A bold design that takes inspiration from the iconic 1984 top. Our verdict: Cracking. Atones for those atrocious Burrda efforts they’ve been palmed off with at the last few tournaments.

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With 32 squads of players, as well as special stickers for managers, stadiums and World Cup legends, the task of completing the album is a considerable one.

The company kept lots of information regarding the new album a closely guarded secret, but Goal has pulled together everything we know about the latest edition.

Included in the overall total would be 50 special stickers – or ‘shinies’ to use the old vernacular – which historically include participating country badges, the official match ball, the World Cup trophy, the tournament mascot, official tournament logo and other visual hype surrounding the event.

Prof Harper then turned his attention to the more likely scenario.

They say: White with red trim, with the nation’s flag running down the centre. Our verdict: Very difficult to criticise. But we’ll have a go: the collar is a bit naff. Other than that, no complaints. Now be on your way, Serbia away.

The tradition of swapping duplicate stickers was a playground fixture during the 1970s and 1980s. The company has adopted #GotGotNeed as their marketing hashtag, based on the phrases uttered while going through a pile of somebody else’s swapsies.

Global success truly began in 1970 with the release of the Mexico World Cup album and continues to this day, with fans of the beautiful game still heeding the words of an early slogan: ‘stick with Panini’.

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They say: An all-white design inspired by the country’s naval history. Our verdict: Cleaner than Kim Woodburn’s kitchen. Lovely stuff.

“The third sticker you get has a 680/682 (99.7 per cent) chance of being a new sticker, and so on.”

They say: The away jersey is green and white, based on the same design as the home kit. Our verdict: Green.

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