2017 Topps Now MLS Soccer Checklist and Everything You Need to Know

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Topps Now is back in MLS for a second season. 2017 Topps Now MLS Soccer sees the print-on-demand line continue, telling the story of the season as it plays out.

Key moments and milestones are captured not long after they happen. Cards are offered on the Topps website for 24 hours. After that, the initial sales are done and only those purchased are printed. This means print runs for individual cards can fluctuate, usually by the player, team and importance of the moment.

The cost of individual 2017 Topps Now MLS cards purchased directly from the card maker is $9.99. That said, there are discounts for buying bulk lots of five, ten and 20 copies of the same card.

2017 Topps Now MLS Checklist

New cards and print runs will be added as they’re announced. If you’re looking for a specific card, click on the links to see what’s available on eBay.

1 Fanendo Adi/Diego Valeri, Portland Timbers – Adi, Valeri’s Braces Pace the Timbers (March 3) – 113
2 Cyle Larin, Orlando City SC – Scores 1st Goal in Orlando City Stadium’s History (March 5) – 125
3 Atlanta United – Win First Game in Franchise History (March 12) – 132
4 Josef Martinez, Atlanta United – Nets Season’s First Hat Trick (March 12) – 147
5 David Villa, New York City FC – Braces Leads NYCFC to Victory (March 12) – 107
6 Seattle Sounders – Secure Point in Dying Seconds (March 11) – 63
7 Josef Martinez, Atlanta United – Ties MLS Scoring Record (March 18)
8 Diego Valeri, Portland Timbers – Scores Brace to Lead Timbers to Victory (March 18)
9 Cyle Larin, Orlando City SC – Brace Helps Club Stay Unbeaten at Home (March 18)
10 Maximilano Urruti, FC Dallas – 2 Second Half Goals Lead to Comeback Win (March 18)
11 Juan Agudelo, New England Revolution – Knocks Home 2 Goals in Home Opener (March 25) – 50
12 Niko Hansen, Columbus Crew SC – Scores Game-Winner in Debut (March 25) – 65
13 Bastian Schweinsteiger, Chicago Fire – Scores a Goal in MLS Debut (April 1) – 88
14 David Villa, New York City FC – Provides 2 Stunning Backheel Assists (April 1) – 100
15 Erick Torres, Houston Dynamo – Scores Hat Trick in Win (April 1) – 64
16 Minnesota United FC – Win First MLS Match (April 1) – 88
17 Javier Morales, Dallas FC – Becomes 7th Player to Join “50/50” Club (April 8) – 62
18 Fenando Adi, Portland Timbers – Sets All-Time Timbers Scoring Record (April 8) – 47
19 Hector Villalba, Atlanta United – Brace Helps Earn a Road Draw (April 8) – 78
20 David Villa, New York City FC – Scores Goal of the Year Candidate to Secure Victory (April 14) – 106
21 Fredy Montero, Vancouver Whitecaps – Nets Brace Vs. Former Club (April 14) – 46
22 Bastian Schweinsteiger/Nemanja Nikolic, Chicago Fire – Combine for All 3 Goals in 3-0 Win (April 15) – 63
23 Darlington Nagbe, Portland Timbers – Masterful Strike from 25 Yards (April 24) – 48
24 Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto FC – Brace Helps Toronto Snap 3 Game Winless Streak (April 24) – 42
25 Cyle Larin, Orlando City SC – Continues Scoring Streak Vs. NYCFC (April 24) – 42
26 Kaka, Orlando City SC – Scores in Return; Orlando City 5-0 At Home (April 29) – 52
27 Jack Harrison, New York City FC – Braces Leads to First-Ever Win in Columbus (April 29) – 93
28 Jozy Altidore, Toronto FC – 2 Goals Leads to 2-0 Win (April 28) – 47
29 C.J. Sapong, Philadelphia Union – Notches Hat Trick in Victory (May 6) – 42
30 Mauro Manotas, Houston Dynamo – Brace Powers Victory Over Orlando City (May 6) – 42
31 Maxi Urruti, Dallas FC – Nets Brace as Hot Start Continues (May 6) – 47
32 Chris Wondolowski, San Jose Earthquakes – All-Time Leading Scorer Against the Portland Timbers (May 6) – 41
33 Justin Meram, Columbus Crew SC – Nets Hat Trick Including Last Minute Winner (May 10) – 59
34 Romain Alessandrini, Los Angeles Galaxy – Contributes to All 3 Goals in Win (May 14) – 49
35 Nick Rimando, Real Salt Lake – Sets All-Time Saves Record (May 17) – 47
36 Gerso Fernandes, Sporting Kansas City – Records Hat Trick in 13 Minute Span (May 17) – 51
37 Philadelphia Union – First 4 Game Winning Streak in Club History (May 20) – 43
38 Miguel Almiron, Atlanta United – Scores First MLS Hat Trick (May 20) – 60
39 Ignacio Piatti, Montreal Impact – Becomes All-Time Impact Goal Scorer (May 20) – 40
40 Giovani dos Santos, Los Angeles Galaxy – Brace Leads Galaxy to Cali Clasico Win (May 27) – 40
41 Miguel Almiron, Atlanta United FC – Continues Torrid Pace Adding 2 Goals (May 28) – 45
42 Jesus Ferreira, FC Dallas – 2nd Youngest Goal Scorer in MLS History (June 3) – 109
43 FC Dallas – Record 5 Goals in the First Half (June 3) – 52
44 David Villa, New York City FC – Brace Powers NYCFC to Victory (June 17) – 58
45 Bradley Wright-Phillips, New York Red Bulls – Two Late Goals Clinch Win (June 18) – 43
46 Clint Dempsey, Seattle Sounders – Scores Dramatic Last Minute Equalizer (June 25) – 81
47 New York City FC – 1st Away Win in New York Derby (June 24) – 104
48 David Accam, Chicago Fire – Nets First Career MLS Hat Trick (June 24) – 40
49 Federico Higuain, Columbus Crew SC – Extends Scoring Streak with a Brace (June 24) – 40
50 Shea Salinas, San Jose Earthquakes – Last Minute Winner in Cali Classico (July 1) – 58
51 Nemanja Nikolic, Chicago Fire – Extends Golden Boot Lead with Brace (July 1) – 54
52 Hector Villalba, Atlanta United FC – Nets Second Brace of Career (July 1) – 80
53 Hector Villalba, Atlanta United FC – Scores Absolute Screamer from Distance (July 21) – 64
54 David Villa, New York City FC – Captain Leads Team to Emphatic Victory (July 22) – 109
55 Teal Bunbury, New England Revolution – Back-to-Back Goals Seals Win (July 22) – 40
56 Fredy Montero, Vancouver Whitecaps – Doubles Down in Commanding Win (July 29) – 45
57 Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto FC – 50th Career Goal Breaks MLS Free Kick Record (July 30) – 52
58 Dom Dwyer, Orlando City SC – Heads Home Late Equalizer (August 2) – 60
59 Clint Dempsey, Seattle Sounders – Delivers with 2 Goals & 1 Assist (August 5) – 63
60 C.J. Sapong, Philadelphia Union – Strikes Twice for Clutch Win at Home (August 5) – 47
61 David Villa, New York City FC – Records 1st MLS Hat Trick in New York Derby (August 6) – 148
62 Clint Dempsey, Seattle Sounders – Heads Home 50th Sounders Career Goal (August 12) – 62
63 Justin Morrow, Toronto FC – Dominates as Dual Threat (August 12) – 39
64 Blerim Dzemali, Montreal Impact – Scores Twice to Silence Crowd (August 12) – 39
65 Chris Wondolowski, San Jose Quakes – 1st Player to Score 10 Goals in 8 Straight Seasons (August 19) – 37
66 Jonathan Lewis, New York City FC – Stoppage Time Stunner Seals Comeback (August 20) – 52
67 Abu Danladi, Minnesota United FC – Secures Club’s 1st Road Win with 2 Goals (August 26) – 44
68 Sebastian Giovinco, Toronto FC – Clinical Pair of Goals in 401 Debry Victory (August 27) – 69
69 San Jose Earthquakes – Dominant Win in Cali Classico (August 27) – 38
70 Lee Nguyen, New England Revolution – Historic 4 Assists in Single Match (September 2) – 46
71 Kei Kamara, New England Revolution – Hat Trick Hero Secures Victory (September 2) – 46
72 Bastian Schweinsteiger, Chicago Fire – Scores Game Winner (September 2) – 52
73 Diego Valeri, Portland Timbers – Seven Games, Seven Goals Ties Record (September 9) – 38
74 Dominique Badji, Colorado Rapids – Volleys Home Stoppage Time Winner (September 9) – 47
75 Atlanta United FC – 70,425 Fans Sets All-Time MLS Single-Game Attendance Record (September 16) – 68
76 Josef Martinez, Atlanta United FC – Notches Back-to-Back Hat Tricks (September 16) – 83
77 Diego Valeri, Portland Timers – 8 Goals in 8 Games, New MLS Record (September 16) – 47
78 Sporting Kansas City – Wins Fourth Open Cup in Franchise History (September 20) – 118
79 Ignacio Piatti/Anthony Jackson-Hamel, Montreal Impact – Duo Score Twice Each in 401 Derby (September 20) – 40
80 Patrick Mullins, D.C. United – Scores Fastest 4 Goals in MLS History (September 23) – 41
81 C.J. Sapong, Philadelphia Union – Ties Club Single Season Goal Record (September 23) – 40
82 Atlanta United – 4th Expansion Team, 1st Since ’09, to Clinch Playoffs (September 27) – 61
83 Kaka, Orlando City SC – Brazillian Scores Brilliant Double (September 27) – 40
84 Chicago Fire – Red Hot Season Fuels Playoff Berth (September 27) – 49
85 Toronto FC – 2017 Supporters’ Shield Champions, (September 30) – 132
86 Erik Hurtado, Vancouver Whitecaps – Deft One-Touch Volley Stuns Crowd, (September 30) – 47
87 Nemanja Nikolic, Chicago Fire – Hat Trick Solidifies Comeback Win, (October 15) – 74
88 Kaka, Orlando City SC – Final Game at Orlando City Stadium, (October 15) – 56
89 Tyler Deric, Houston Dynamo – Spectacular Saves Help Clinch Playoff Spot, (October 15) – 48
90 Toronto FC – 69 Point Season Sets MLS Season Record, (October 22) – 78
91 Portland Timbers – Dominate Regional Rivalry, (October 22) – 43
92 Marco Urena, San Jose Quakes – Stoppage Time Stunner Seals Playoff Spot, (October 22) – 38
93 Clint Dempsey, Seattle Sounders – Dempsey Scores a Deuce, (November 2) – 52
94 Toronto FC – Secure Second Straight Eastern Conference Final, (November 5) – 76
95 Zack Stefan, Columbus Crew SC – Solid Performace in Both Legs, (November 5) – 46
96 Mauro Manotas, Houston Dynamo – Fires in Long Range Strike for Game Winner, (November 5) – 40
97 Jozy Altidore, Toronto FC – Leads Toronto FC Back to MLS Cup, (November 29) – 100
98 Toronto FC – Seizes Victory of the Eastern Conference, (November 29) – 90
99 Victor Rodriguez, Seattle Sounders – Kicks Off Scoring to Take the Early Lead, (November 30) – 66
100 Clint Dempsey, Seattle Sounders – Third 2017 Playoff Goal Increases the Lead, (November 30) – 61
101 Will Bruin, Seattle Sounders – Chips the Goaltenders to Seal the Deal, (November 30) – 60
102 Seattle Sounders – Dominate Western Conference Finals, (November 30) – 83
103 Jozy Altidore, Toronto FC – Splits Defenders and Slots in Opening Goal, (December 9) – 151
104 Victor Vazquez, Toronto FC – Stoppage Time Goal Secures 2017 MLS Cup (December 9) – 142
105 Toronto FC – Win 2017 MLS Cup (December 9) – 276

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