Topps launches first Scottish Premier League Match Attax

Sports trading card game welcomes players and teams from Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
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Topps Match Attax is launching the first ever collection to feature players and teams from the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.

Launching on Thursday November 15th, the new trading card game will boast over 220 cards to collect.

Fans can kick start their collection with a new Starter Pack, which includes a hardback binder, portable Play Pitch, rules guide and an exclusive limited edition. Fans can also look out for Man of the Match cards, 100 Club Rainbow foils and Star Player cards among the collection.

Starter Packs retail at £4.99, with a packet of ten cards available for £1 each.

"We're delighted to have partnered with the Scottish Premier League to launch the first ever Match Attax SPL collection," said Rod Pearson, marketing director for Topps Match Attax. "The brand new trading card game offers fans the opportunity to get behind their local team and provides an exciting accompaniment to the new season."

Stuart MacPhee, SPL head of sales and marketing, added: "Topps is another fantastic brand to join out family of partners, and we look forward to working with them over the coming seasons to engage more young fans in Clydesdale Bank Premier League football.

"In the New Year, supporters will be able to get involved and compete in Match Attax SPL events that are planned across the country, in and around each club."

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