2016 Panini Instant UEFA Euro 2016 Soccer Checklist and Details

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Panini is moving fast into on-demand trading cards. 2016 Panini Instant UEFA Euro 2016 comes less than a couple of weeks after the launch of the similar 2016 Panini Instant COPA America Centenario.

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Over the course of Euro 2016, new cards will be released commemorating specific events and matches all the way through to the final. Each card is available on Panini’s website for 24 hours. When the selling window closes, only the number of cards ordered are printed.

In addition to the base cards, which have a red name plate, there are Green (/25), Blue (/5) and Black (1/1) parallels. These are sold separately and not randomly included with orders.

The cost of each 2016 Panini Instant UEFA Euro 2016 card is $9.99. This included shipping to the United States. A lot of five cards comes at a discounted $29.99. Green parallels are $49.99 while Blue are $99.99. The cost for the one-of-one Black parallels is $249.99.

2016 Panini Instant UEFA Euro 2016 Checklist

We’ll continue to add to the checklist as new cards are released. All print runs are noted for each base card. If you missed a card, click on the links to look for cards on eBay.

Parallels:

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

1 Olivier Giroud, France – Giroud Jumpstarts Euro 2016 With Tournament’s Opening Goal (June 10) – 50
2 Dimitri Payet, France – Payet’s Late Long-Range Thunderbolt a Picture of Perfection (June 10) – 52
3 Granit Xhaka, Switzerland/Taulant Xhaka, Albania – Not Quite Brothers in Arms, Xhakas Tangle in Euro Encounter (June 11) – 36
4 Gareth Bale, Wales – Bale Revels in Flashback Moment During Wales’ Euro Debut (June 11) – 67
5 Eric Dier, England – England Puts Russians in Dier Second-Half Situation (June 11) – 49
6 Vasili Berezutski, Russia – Sbornaya Staves Off Defeat With Last-Second Equalizer (June 11) – 50
7 Luka Modric, Croatia – Vicious Volley Puts Modrić, Croatia in Celebratory Mood (June 12) – 30
8 Arkadiusz Milik, Poland – Patient Poles Stick to the Plan and Pocket First Euro Finals Victory (June 12) – 29
9 Bastian Schweinsteiger, Germany – Super-Sub Comes On Strong and Steals Show in Stoppage Time (June 12) – 40
10 Manuel Neuer, Germany – No Way Past Neuer, World Champions in Germany’s Euro Opener (June 12) – 50
11 Gerard Pique, Spain – Head Over Boots: Spain Tops Czechs in Shutout Victory (June 13) – 38
12 Wes Hoolahan, Ireland – Irish Eyes Smiling After Striking First With Hoolahan Marker (June 13) – 33
13 Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Sweden – Sweden Overcomes Deficit In Draw During It’s Euro Opener (June 13) – 68
14 Graziano Pelle, Italy – Azzurri Attack Burns Belgian Red Devils (June 13) – 30
15 Gabor Kiraly, Hungary – Veteran’s Magical Effort In Net Blanks Austria (June 14) – 35
16 Birkir Bjarnason, Iceland – Euro Newcomers Introduce Themselves With Cool Performance (June 14) – 38
17 Marek Hamsik, Slovakia – Long on Talent, Slovakian Hero Makes Short Work of Russians (June 15) – 50
18 Antoine Griezmann, France – Hosts Reserve Place in Round of 16 (June 15) – 45
19 Kingsley Coman, France – Youngster Earns Landmark Start for France (June 15) – 61
20 Hugo Lloris, France – French Net in Safe Hands With Lloris (June 15) – 55
21 Gareth Bale, Wales – Dragons Fire First in Highly Anticipated Matchup (June 16) – 50
22 Jamie Vardy, England – Three Lions Tap Reserves for Net Gain Against Welsh (June 16) – 52
23 Daniel Sturridge, England – No Stopping Sturridge With Strike in Stoppage Time (June 16) – 44
24 Gareth McCauley, Ireland – Neither Rain Nor Ukraine Can Halt Green and White Army (June 16) – 47
25 Jerome Boateng, Germany – Center-Back Shackles Poland’s Ambitious Attacker (June 16) – 40
26 Lukasz Fabianski, Poland – Netminder Keeps Germans in Check in Stalemate (June 16) – 51
27 Eder, Italy – Solo Effort Seals Round of 16 Slot for Italians (June 17) – 36
28 Girogio Chiellini, Italy – Defensive Dominance Dictates Duel (June 17) – 43
29 Ivan Rakitic, Croatia – Middle Men Continue to Stand Front and Center (June 17) – 39
30 Tomas Necid, Czech Republic – Czechs Fight Back to Level on Late Penalty (June 17) – 37
31 Alvaro Morata, Spain – La Furia Roja Trots Past Turkey With Morata Brace (June 17) – 41
32 Romelu Lukaku, Belgium – Belgian Breakthrough Arrives Via Lukaku Brace (June 18) – 43
33 Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal – “CR7” Climbs to Top of Portuguese Caps Chart (June 18) – 159
34 Albania – Albanians All Smiles After First Euro Triumph (June 19) – 38
35 Laurent Koscielny, France – Hosts Make Themselves at Home Atop Group A (June 19) – 41
36 Paul Pogba, France – Midfielder Keeps Boot On Accelerator Against Swiss (June 19) – 39
37 Yohan Cabaye, France – French Playmaker Looks Lively in Deadlock (June 19) – 36
38 Aaron Ramsey, Wales – Welsh Blaze a Path to the Top of Group B  (June 20) – 39
39 Gareth Bale, Wales – Major Achievement Takes Bale to New Heights (June 20) – 57
40 Mario Gomez, Germany – Germans Make Easy Work of Northern Ireland (June 21) – 38
41 Jakub Blaszczykowski, Poland – Déjà Vu Blast Boosts Poland to Next Phase (June 21) – 43
42 Burak Yilmaz, Turkey – Crescent-Stars Start Fast in Crucial Clash (June 21) – 42
43 Ivan Perisic, Croatia – Sensational Croatians Turn Tables, Top Group D Table (June 21) – 36
44 Danijel Subasic, Croatia – Super Subasic Stops Spain (June 21) – 37
45 Balazs Dzsudzsak, Hungary, Scoring Feast Puts Hungary at Head of Table (June 22) – 44
46 Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal – Portugal Through on Heels of Historic Goal (June 22) – 175
47 Iceland – Small Wonder: Iceland Goes Big at Euro (June 22) – 49
48 Robbie Brady, Ireland – The Boys in Green Get Best of Men in Blue (June 22) – 44
49 Thibaut Courtois, Belgium – Goalkeeper Fills Tall Order and Shuts Out Swedes (June 22) – 44
50 Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Sweden – O Captain: “Ibra’s” Run With Sweden is Done (June 22) – 91
51 Xherdan Shaqiri, Switzerland – Swiss Get a Kick Out of Shaqiri’s Scorcher (June 25) – 36
52 Grzegorz Krychowiak, Poland – White Eagles in Company of Last Eight (June 25) – 35
53 Gareth Bale, Wales – Waltz Continues Into Quarterfinal Wonderland (June 25) – 59
54 Ricardo Quaresma, Portugal – Heads-Up Quaresma Hits Target for Quarterfinalists (June 25) – 44
55 Antoine Griezmann, France – Griezmann Finds Groove to Fuel Second-Half Surge (June 26) – 54
56 Andre Pierre-Gignac, France – Depth Puts French in Line for Deep Euro Run (June 26) – 36
57 Blaise Matuidi, France – Matuidi a Man Possessed in Win Over Ireland (June 26) – 38
58 Patrice Evra, France – Evergreen Evra Full of Energy in Round of 16 (June 26) – 41
59 Jerome Boateng, Germany – Boateng Chooses Fine Time for First International Goal (June 26) – 42
60 Julian Draxler, Germany – Do-It-All Midfielder Gets it Done vs. Slovakia (June 26) – 37
61 Manuel Neuer, Germany – German Net Remains an Impenetrable Fortress (June 26) – 58
62 Michy Batshuayi, Belgium – Forward Flips Offensive Switch in First Euro Match (June 26) – 41
63 Eden Hazard, Belgium – Hazard Adds Stylish Touch to Belgian Rout (June 26) – 61
64 Giorgio Chiellini, Italy – No Pain, All Gain in Rematch vs. Spain (June 27) – 43
65 Gianluigi Buffon, Italy – Veteran Answers Call to Duty for Italy (June 27) – 61
66 Leonardo Bonucci, Italy – Monumental Moment for Azzurri, Man of the Match (June 27) – 43
67 Wayne Rooney, England – Skipper on the Spot for English Mark (June 27) – 43
68 Kolbeinn Sigthorsson, Iceland – Iceland Tops England to Reach Last Eight Dreamland (June 27) – 53
69 Robert Lewandowski, Poland – Striker Sparks Poles to Thunderous Start in a Flash (June 30) – 37
70 Renato Sanches, Portugal – Teen Beat Goes On for Selecção das Quinas (June 30) – 119
71 Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal – Star Powers Shootout Opener En Route to Semifinals (June 30) – 149
72 Ashley Williams, Wales – Captain Heads Way to Captivating Comeback (July 1) – 40
73 Hal Robson-Kanu, Wales – Wales Turns Up a Winner to Seal Semifinal Berth  (July 1) – 40
74 Mesut Özil, Germany – Özil Breaches Italian Stronghold in Clash of Titans (July 2) – 89
75 Manuel Neuer, Germany – Extra-Special Quarterfinal Victory for Germans (July 2) – 94
76 Olivier Giroud, France – Cool Giroud Hits Icebreaker vs. Upstarts (July 3) – 51
77 Paul Pogba, France – High-Flying Star Helps France Soar into Semis (July 3) – 55
78 Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal – Ronaldo Clears Portugal for Liftoff to Final (July 6) – 212
79 Antoine Griezmann, France – Les Bleus Brace for Final Through Griezmann Double (July 7) – 98
80 Eder, Portugal – Substitute Fires Shot Heard ‘Round the Continent (July 10) – 101
81 Rui Patricio, Portugal – Shot-Stopper Saves the Day vs. France (July 10) – 115
82 Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal – Golden Moment for Ronaldo As He Embraces Silverware (July 10) – 329
83 Portugal – Royal Finish for New Kings of Europe (July 10) – 229

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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