2016 Panini Instant COPA America Centenario Soccer Checklist and Details

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2016 Panini Instant COPA America Centenario Soccer is the first on-demand set from the card maker. Covering the tournament, cards will focus on specific matches during the month-long tournament. Very similar to Topps Now, cards are available for just one day. But Panini has added a couple of twists to their program.

1 James Rodriguez

2016 Panini Instant COPA America Centenario Soccer are sold exclusively on iCollectPanini.com. Starting Saturday, June 4, new cards will be offered each day during the tournament through to the finals on June 26. Once they go on sale some time between 1PM and 2PM EST, collectors have just 24 hours to purchase them.

Within three to five days, cards will be printed and shipped. Cards are made to order so print runs will vary. The cost of each base card is $9.99. A lot of five cards is $29.99. Shipping is included to orders in the United States.

Unlike 2016 Topps Now Baseball, 2016 Panini Instant COPA America Centenario Soccer cards have numbering on the back to show how many of the card exist. Panini is also offering three levels of parallels: Green (/25, 49.99), Blue (/5, $99.99) and Black  (1/1, $249.99).

2016 Panini Instant COPA America Centenario Soccer Checklist

Print runs for all base versions are noted.

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Parallels:

• Green – /25
• Blue – /5
• Black – 1/1

1 James Rodriguez, Columbia – Columbia Kicks Off Copa Cruising Over USA (June 3) – 89 copies
2 Paolo Guerrero, Peru – Guerrero Heads Into History with Winning Goal (June 4) – 47
3 Dani Alves, Brazil – South American Foes Make Their Point in Draw (June 4) – 63
4 Diego Godin, Uruguay – Godin Gives Charruas a Chance with Late Goal (June 5) – 45
5 Rafael Marquez, Mexico – Marquez Makes His Mark in Marquee Matchup (June 5) – 55
6 Blas Perez, Panama – Canaleros Brace for Historic Win in Copa Debut (June 6) – 37
7 Angel di Maria, Argentina – Di Maria Helps Dispatch La Roja in Rematch of 2015 Final (June 6) – 53
8 Clint Dempsey, USA – “Deuce” Steals Spotlight with 50th Career Goal (June 7) – 76
9 Jermaine Jones, USA – Stars and Stripes and Goals Galore Cut Down Costa Rica (June 7) – 59
10 Philippe Coutinho, Brazil – Coutinho Triggers Brazilian Barrage with Hat Trick (June 8) – 54
11 Gabriel, Brazil – Brazil’s Latest Teen Idol Lives Up to “Gabigol” Nickname (June 8) – 51
12 Venezuela – Veni, Vidi, Vici: La Vinotinto Conquers 15-Time Copa Champions (June 9) – 42
13 Javier Hernandez, Mexico – El Tri’s Hitman Makes Headway as Mexico Climbs Into Quarterfinals (June 9) – 54
14 Arturo Vidal, Chile – La Roja Wins on Penalty 100 Years/Minutes in the Making (June 10) – 42
15 Jhasmani Campos, Bolivia – Campos Cracks Chilean Defense with Fabulous Free Kick (June 10) – 35
16 Lionel Messi, Argentina – Argentina Too Much Messi, Messi, Messi for Panama  (June 10) – 435
17 Clint Dempsey, USA – Dempsey Cashes In and Delivers Yanks Into Copa Quarters (June 11) – 101
18 John Brooks, USA – Brooks Bolsters Backline In Stars and Stripes’ Clean Sheet (June 11) – 66
19 Enner Valencia, Ecuador – Ecuador Helps Itself to a Place Beyond Group Stages (June 12) – 36
20 Peru – Los Incas Produce Monumental Upset and Eliminate Brazil (June 12) – 47
21 Jesus Corona, Mexico – Crowning Achievement for Mexicans (June 13) – 44
22 Alexis Sanchez, Chile – Star Striker Takes Team Into Next Round On the Double (June 14) – 46
23 Lionel Messi, Argentina – La Albiceleste Runs Away From Pack in Group D (June 14) – 213
24 Clint Dempsey, USA – Yanks’ Great No. 8 Fuels Charge into Last Four (June 16) – 86
25 Gyasi Zardes, USA – All the Right Moves Lead to Match-Winner for Zardes (June 16) – 73
26 David Ospina, Colombia – Goalkeeper Gives Peru the Boot in Penalty Shootout (June 17) – 45
27 Gonzalo Higuain, Argentina – World’s Top-Ranked Team Comes Out Swinging (June 18) – 61
28 Lionel Messi, Argentina – Mountain Man: Messi Reaches Argentina Summit (June 18) – 204
29 Sergio Romero, Argentina – Shot-Stopper Stands Up to Giant Killers (June 18) – 49
30 Eduardo Vargas, Chile – Vargas, Reigning Champs Pour it on and Flood Mexican Net (June 18) – 41
31 Lionel Messi, Argentina – Stroke of Genius Makes History as Artful Argentina Books Final (June 21) – 351
32 Christian Pulisic, USA – Teenager Stays Busy at Semi-Sweet Summer Job (June 21) – 99
33 Gonzalo Higuain, Argentina – Two Goals for Higuaín and Third Straight Final for La Albiceleste (June 21) – 58
34 Alexis Sanchez, Chile – Reign Not Over Yet as Chile Charts Splashy Final Rematch (June 22) – 45
35 James Rodriguez, Colombia – Cafeteros Regroup to Take Third-Place Prize (June 25) – 54
36 Caludio Bravo, Chile – Bravo, Bravo: Goalkeeper Hailed as Best at Copa (June 26) – 79
37 Alexis Sanchez, Chile – Sanchez Hauls Away Extra Hardware From Copa America (June 26) – 77
38 Eduardo Vargas, Chile – Six-Goal Copa Carries Vargas to Golden Boot (June 26) – 60
39 Chile – Chile Still the Champion After Flashback Final (June 26) – 71

Comments? Questions? Contact Ryan Cracknell on Twitter @tradercracks.

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Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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2 comments

  1. Card Opinionator 7 June, 2016 at 12:58

    Slight correction, there is a discount for ordering 5. Its $29.99 for 5.

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