First look: 2013-14 Topps Premier Gold (English Premier League soccer cards)

By Susan Lulgjuraj | Beckett Sports Card Monthly Editor

Topps is expanding its soccer product to the English Premier League.

In mid-December, Topps is scheduled to release a high-end soccer product with 2013-14 Topps Premier Gold. The hit-per-pack product will contain 10 packs with five cards in each pack – meaning every box will have 10 hits: five autographs and five memorabilia cards.

The EPL set will include past and present players.

The autographs will feature several subsets including Star Players, Matchwinners, Future Stars and International Icon Autographs. There will also be Gold, Orange, Platinum and Printing Plate parallels. In addition, there will be dual, triple and quad autographs.

Relics will come in Single and Jumbo form with Gold, Copper and Platinum parallels. Collectors can also find Dual, Triple and Quad Relics.

Topps will combine the two to offer Autographed Relic cards.

The base set will feature 100 cards of the top stars in the EPL. The base set also will have Green (numbered to 99), Orange (#’d to 11), Platinum (1-of-1), Premier Gold (1-of-1) and Printing Plate (1-of-1) parallels.

Collectors will be able to find several types of inserts:
– Hot Shot: the top goal scorers in the EPL
– Midfield Maestros
– Shot-Stoppers: top goal keepers in the league
– Touch Tacklers: top defenders
– Future Stars: best young talent

Update: Topps confirmed this will be a global release.

Susan Lulgjuraj is an editor of Beckett Sports Card Monthly. You can email her here with questions, comments or ideas. Follow her on Twitter here. Follow Beckett Media on Facebook and Twitter.






2013 Topps Premier Gold Checklist
Maarten Stekelenburg Fulham
Sascha Riether Fulham
Bryan Ruiz Fulham
James Chester Hull City
Curtis Davies Hull City
Ahmed Elmohamady Hull City
George Boyd Hull City
Laurent Koscielny Arsenal
Jack Wilshere Arsenal
Santi Cazorla Arsenal
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Arsenal
Frank Lampard Chelsea
Eden Hazard Chelsea
Juan Mata Chelsea
Fernando Torres Chelsea
Jose Enrique Liverpool Fc
Philippe Coutinho Liverpool Fc
Steven Gerrard Liverpool Fc
Luis Suarez Liverpool Fc
Tim Howard Everton
Phil Jagielka Everton
Marouane Fellaini Everton
Kevin Mirallas Everton
Dimitar Berbatov Fulham
Vincent Kompany Manchester City
Joe Hart Manchester City
David Silva Manchester City
Yaya Toure Manchester City
Sergio Aguero Manchester City
Nemanja Vidic Manchester United
Wayne Rooney Manchester United
Fabricio Coloccini Newcastle United
Rio Ferdinand Manchester United
Michael Carrick Manchester United
Robin Van Persie Manchester United
Hatem Ben Arfa Newcastle United
Papiss Cisse Newcastle United
Davide Santon Newcastle United
Yohan Cabaye Newcastle United
Theo Walcott Arsenal
Bradley Guzan Aston Villa
Matthew Lowton Aston Villa
Andreas Weimann Aston Villa
Gabriel Agbonlahor Aston Villa
Christian Benteke Aston Villa
Luke Shaw Southampton
Jay Rodriguez Southampton
Rickie Lambert Southampton
Mark Hudson Cardiff City
Peter Whittingham Cardiff City
Don Cowie Cardiff City
Craig Bellamy Cardiff City
Fraizer Campbell Cardiff City
Geoff Cameron Stoke City
Peter Crouch Stoke City
Asmir Begovic Stoke City
John O’Shea Sunderland
Adam Johnson Sunderland
Stephane Sessegnon Sunderland

Julian Speroni Crystal Palace
Danny Gabbidon Crystal Palace
Mile Jedinak Crystal Palace
Yannick Bolasie Crystal Palace
Jonathan Williams Crystal Palace
Ashley Williams Swansea
Wayne Routledge Swansea
Jonathan De Guzman Swansea
Michu Swansea
Hugo Lloris Tottenham Hotspur
Mousa Dembele Tottenham Hotspur
Ben Foster West Bromwich Albion
Claudio Yacob West Bromwich Albion
Jonas Olsson West Bromwich Albion
Shane Long West Bromwich Albion
James Morrison West Bromwich Albion
Joey O’Brien West Ham United

Theo Walcott Arsenal
Christian Benteke Aston Villa
Dimitar Berbatov Fulham
Luis Suarez Liverpool Fc
Sergio Aguero Manchester City
Robin Van Persie Manchester United
Rickie Lambert Southampton
Steven Fletcher Sunderland
Andy Carroll West Ham United
Javier Hernandez Manchester United

Jack Wilshere Arsenal
Marouane Fellaini Everton
David Silva Manchester City
Steven Gerrard Liverpool
Yaya Toure Manchester City
Mikel Arteta Arsenal
Juan Mata Chelsea
Yannick Bolasie Crystal Palace
Yohan Cabaye Newcastle United
Gaston Ramirez Southampton
Michu Swansea City

Bradley Guzan Aston Villa
Tim Howard Everton
Julian Speroni Crystal Palace
Maarten Stekelenburg Fulham
Joe Hart Manchester City

Leighton Baines Everton
James Chester Hull City
Glen Johnson Liverpool Fc
Rio Ferdinand Manchester United
Davide Santon Newcastle United

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Arsenal
Matthew Lowton Aston Villa
Victor Moses Chelsea
Raheem Sterling Liverpool Fc
Matija Nastastic Manchester City
Wilfried Zaha Manchester United
Luke Shaw Southampton



  1. Jonathan Lynch
    Posted August 9, 2013 at 1:23 pm | Permalink

    Will this be on sale in England?

  2. Susan Lulgjuraj
    Posted August 9, 2013 at 2:01 pm | Permalink

    I’m told it will be on sale in both North America and the UK.

  3. Jonathan Lynch
    Posted August 9, 2013 at 2:51 pm | Permalink

    Awesome, thanks!

  4. kris
    Posted August 9, 2013 at 3:26 pm | Permalink

    soccer cards always are nice and colorful but i still have not tried collecting yet. may give it a try soon

  5. foreverLFC
    Posted August 9, 2013 at 3:47 pm | Permalink

    i have been WAITING for this for FOREVER buuuuuut why sticker autos!?!?!?!?!? get me some on cards please!!! I will be spending thousands on this.

  6. soccercardz
    Posted August 11, 2013 at 9:20 am | Permalink

    Any checklist for the auto and jersey cards?

    Thank you …

  7. Susan Lulgjuraj
    Posted August 11, 2013 at 9:45 am | Permalink

    Everything we were given is in the post.

  8. Scott
    Posted August 11, 2013 at 12:39 pm | Permalink

    I may have to purchase a box or wait for the single cards to hit 2nd market

  9. Merovius
    Posted August 11, 2013 at 12:50 pm | Permalink


    Please ditch the sticker autos though ><

  10. soccercardz
    Posted August 11, 2013 at 5:20 pm | Permalink

    Thank you Susan :)

  11. Gerry Thompson
    Posted August 24, 2013 at 10:37 pm | Permalink

    “Waiting for this forever”
    Topps has been trying to get collectors to buy upmarket English Soccer for well over a decade. Topps keep changing the name so it looks like something new, Authentics….
    Simple facts are that soccer card collectors have got burnt buying Topps so called upmarket soccer releases long ago. If you insist on collecting this, wait for the product dump – you can get the so called upmarket Topps soccer autographs out of Asia for a $1 a piece.

  12. John Barnsby
    Posted August 30, 2013 at 11:00 pm | Permalink

    I Have collected Topps Premium Soccer for 12 years, this is one collection that I will not be pre ordering.
    Why ?
    1) The top footballers in the world are no longer in the English Premier Laegue (Messi, Neymar etc…).
    2) Topps ALWAYS dumps soccer after you and I buy them. For example, this was sold for $35 by Topps then they sold through their Topps Ebay shop for $3
    3) The pack break is a complete value failure. At $20 a pack and the top memorabilia/relic card you can expect to get is a Pele at $10
    but most probably 99 cents
    The highest value autograph footballer playing in the Premier League right now (and he is expected to be leaving soon ) is Bale, Topps Authentic autograph goes for $9
    As for a special hit. Lets say a 1 of 1, well the latest from Topps Soccer are going for $3
    This is a most definite sit on the sidelines collection, wait for the Ebay bargains.

  13. Paul Ferguson
    Posted September 1, 2013 at 9:36 am | Permalink

    The above 2 comments are a little unfair to Topps. Whilst I agree that the end result of collecting Topps upmarket soccer collections is as said above, a little more information needs to be added to give Topps credit with soccer collections where it is due.
    Topps openly promotes that its Soccer success is with the 6 – 10 year old age group, and in that target group Topps are very successful with their soccer cards. Next month they are completing a major tour here in the UK for English Premier League Soccer cards with their Moshi Monsters.

    That said, Topps is having a soccer identity crisis if they believe by repeating what they have done for some 15 years, which is failing with serious soccer cards, that this time it will be any different.

  14. Ilias
    Posted September 7, 2013 at 11:56 am | Permalink

    Will this be available for the US?

  15. Paul Ferguson
    Posted September 12, 2013 at 2:46 am | Permalink

    Topps soccer cards have always been able to be ordered from the US (one of the Topps online shops).

    Seasoned collectors either wait for the Topps Ebay shops to discount, can be as much as 90% off or Ebay from other sellers at prices less than the Topps pre sell price.

  16. singh
    Posted November 17, 2013 at 7:40 am | Permalink

    Will they be shipped and available in south africa ? I’m a big fan

  17. John
    Posted February 15, 2014 at 10:42 am | Permalink

    good to see that john barnsby doesn’t know what he is talking about

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