2016 Topps Now MLS Soccer Checklist and Details

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2016 Topps Now MLS is the first set of on-demand soccer cards from the company. Joining a growing roster that also includes baseball, UFC and more, the cards are intended to highlight major games, events and achievements in near real-time.

56 Seattle Sounders FC

Cards are designed and offered for sale on the Topps website shortly after the game or highlighted event. They’re sold with an open-ended print run for 24 hours as an online exclusive. Whatever is sold is printed and that’s it. After the sales window ends, Topps announces the print runs.

Bought as singles, each card is $9.99. Prices do drop, though, if bought in greater quantity. Five cards are $29.99 ($6 per card), ten are $49.99 ($5 per card) and lots of 20 are $79.99 ($4 per card).

The initial crop of 2016 Topps Now MLS cards featured a mix of game highlights as well as multi-player cards of those voted MLS All-Stars.

Below are specifics on released cards including a full 2016 Topps Now MLS checklist and print runs. As more cards are announced, the checklist will continue to grow.

2016 Topps Now MLS Checklist

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1 Fabian Castillo, FC Dallas – Hits a Rabona Assistto Urruti for Opening Goal (July 16) – 132
2 Diego Valeri, Portland Timbers – Brace Secures Cascadia Cup Victory (July 17) – 88
3 Jack Harrison, New York City FC – Masterful Strike Powers NYCFC to Road Victory (July 17) – 100
4 Didier Drogba, Montreal Impact/Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto FC/David Villa, New York City FC – Voted in as Forwards for 2016 AT&T All-Star Fan XI – 90
5 Kaka, Orlando City SC/Darlington Nagbe, Portland Timbers/Andrea Pirlo, New York City FC/Giovani Dos Santos, Los Angeles Galaxy – Voted in as Midfielders for 2016 AT&T All-Star Fan XI – 81
6 Matt Besler, Sporting Kansas City/Laurent Ciman, Montreal Impact/Keegan Rosenberry, Philadelphia Union – Voted in as Defenders for 2016 AT&T All-Star Fan XI – 84
7 Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto FC – Snaps 8 Game Goaless Streak with a Hat Trick (July 23) – 172
8 Didier Drogba, Montreal Impact – Nets His Second Hat Trick in MLS (July 23) – 88
9 New York Red Bulls – Dominate NYCFC in New York Derby (July 24) – 120
10 Didier Drogba, Montreal Impact – Scores Another Goal Vs. Arsenal (July 28) – 129
11 Frank Lampard, New York City FC – Nets Club’s First-Ever Hat Trick (July 31) – 255
12 Kevin Molino, Orlando SC – Brace Gives Kreis First Victory at Orlando City (July 31) – 105
13 Bradley Wright-Phillips, New York Red Bulls – Becomes Red Bulls All-Time Leading Scorer (July 31) – 108
14 Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto FC – Nets His 2nd Hat Trick This Season (August 6) – 80
15 Nick Rimando, Real Salt Lake – Notches Record for Most Wins in MLS History (August 6) – 80
16 Clint Dempsey, Seattle Sounders – Hat Trick Leads Sounders to Win (August 7) – 143
17 Ashley Cole, LA Galaxy – 1st Career MLS Goal AllowsGalaxy to Earn Last-Minute Draw (August 7) – 81
18 Andrea Pirlo/David Villa, New York City FC – International Stars Team Up for World-Class Goal (August 13) – 125
19 Bradley Wright-Phillips, New York Red Bulls – Becomes Red Bulls All-Time Regular Season Goal Scorer (August 13) – 92
20 Nicolas Lodeiro, Seattle Sounders – Scores 1st MLS Goal (August 14) – 121
21 Clint Dempsey, Seattle Sounders – Deuce Scores 2 Goals to Help Beat Canadian Rival (August 21) – 101
22 Chicago Fire Soccer Club – Win to End Longest Road Winless Streak in MLS History (August 20) – 74
23 Patrick Mullins, DC United – Nets First Hat Trick for DC United (August 27) – 66
24 Kaká, Orlando City – Scores His First Brace in MLS (August 28) – 85
25 Frank Lampard, New York City FC – Scores Late Game-Winner on Night He Is Honored (September 1) – 175
26 Landon Donovan, Los Angeles Galaxy – Comes Out of Retirement to Join the Galaxy (September 8) – 184
27 Jozy Altidore, Toronto FC – Stays Hot with a Goal and an Assist (September 10) – 81
28 Giovani Dos Santos, Los Angeles Galaxy – Dazzles in Galaxy Win with 2 Goals, 2 Assists (September 11) – 89
29 FC Dallas – Wins Open Cup, Ends 19 Year Trophy Drought (September 13) – 101
30 Landon Donovan, Los Angeles Galaxy – Scores First Goal After Coming Out of Retirement (September 18) – 121
31 Bradley Wright-Phillips, New York Red Bulls – First in MLS History with Two 20-Goal Seasons (September 18) – 51
32 Jozy Altidore, Toronto FC – Scores Two Late Goals to Salvage the Draw (September 18) – 59
33 David Villa, New York City FC – Brace Leads NYCFC to 1st Playoff Berth (September 23) – 73
34 Jordan Morris, Seattle Sounders – Brace Keeps Sounders FC Playoff Hopes Alive (September 25) – 79
35 Mauro Manotas, Houston Dynamo – Notches First Career MLS Hat Trick (September 24) – 99
36 Dominique Badji, Colorado Rapids – Brace Clinches Top 2 Playoff Spot (October 9) – 66
37 D.C. United – Victory Clinches Playoff Berth (October 16) – 44
38 Carlos Ruiz, FC Dallas – Ageless Wonder Works Late-Game Magic (October 16) – 61
39 Bradley Wright-Phillips, New York Red Bulls/David Villa, New York City FC – Finish 1-2 in Golden Boot Race (October 23) – 51
40 Sacha Kljestan, New York Red Bulls – Finishes Season as MLS Assist Leader (October 23) – 48
41 Zach Scott, Seattle Sounders – Honored in Final Regular Season Home Match (October 23) – 99
42 Brad Davis, Sporting KC – Announces Retirement at End of ’16 Season (October 23) – 44
43 Toronto FC – First Playoff Win in Franchise History (October 26) – 34
44 Emmanuel Boateng, Los Angeles Galaxy – Nets Impressive Brace to Help Galaxy Advance (October 26) – 41
45 Nicolas Lodeiro, Seattle Sounders – Brace Leads to Commanding Sounders Victory (October 30) – 86
46 Giovanni Dos Santos/Jelle Van Damme, Los Angeles Galaxy – Magical Moment Seals Victory (October 30) – 62
47 Shkelzen Gashi, Colorado Rapids – Golazo Helps Rapids Advance (November 6) – 46
48 Ignacio Piatti, Montreal Impact – 2 Goals Secure 1st Conference Championship Berth (November 6) – 45
49 Tim Howard, Colorado Rapids – 2 Penalty Shootout Saves Secure Win (November 6) – 67
50 Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto FC – Hat Trick Caps Record-Breaking Performance (November 6) – 35
51 Jordan Morris, Seattle Sounders – Goal Propels Sounders to 1st MLS Cup Appearance (November 27) – 174
52 Toronto FC – Stage Epic Comeback to Clinch 1st MLS Cup Berth (November 30) – 92
53 Jozy Altidore, Toronto FC – Scores in 5th Straight Playoff Match (November 30) – 100
54 David Villa, New York City FC – 2016 Landon Donovan MLS MVP Award Winner (December 6) – 160
55 Stefan Frei, Seattle Sounders – Named MLS Cup MVP (December 11) – 214
56 Seattle Sounders FC – Win First MLS Cup Title in Club History (December 11) – 263

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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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