2018 Topps Now MLS Checklist and Details

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The aim of 2018 Topps Now MLS is to cover the soccer season as it happens. It’s about the stories, the milestones, the players and the results.

It’s the third year for the print-on-demand line, which is exclusive to the Topps website.

Cards go live on the site usually within a day or two of the event. They’re on the Topps site for just 24 hours and cost $9.99 each. Bulk discounts are available for orders of five, ten or 20 of the same card.

Print runs for individual cards vary, sometimes by large amounts. That’s because they’re determined by how many collectors order. Typically, that means bigger stars and events have more cards made than lesser-known players. But even then, when you compare the print runs to the Topps Now Baseball line, even the higher ones in soccer are modest.

2018 Topps Now MLS Checklist

The checklist will grow as new cards are released throughout the season. Known print runs are noted.

If you’re looking for a specific card, click on the link to see what’s available on eBay.

1 Gyasi Zardes, Columbus Crew – First Columbus Crew SC Goal Secures Win (March 3) – 53
2 LAFC – First Franchise Game, First Franchise Win (March 4) – 171
3 Alphonso Davies, Vancouver Whitecaps – Homegrown Hero Earns Assist & First MLS Goal (March 4) – 78
4 Federico Higuain, Columbus Crew – 50th Goal Starts Scoring in 3-2 Win (March 10) – 39
5 Diego Rossi, LAFC – Man of the Match Performance in Massive Win (March 10) – 28
6 Kei Kamara, Vancouver Whitecaps – Scores 100th Goal in 300th MLS Appearance (March 10) – 68
7 David Villa, NYCFC – Goal in 100th NYCFC Game Secures Win (March 11) – 47
8 Jeisson Vargas, Montreal Impact – New Signing Scores Game Winner in 401 Derby (March 17) – 31
9 Josef Martinez, Atlanta United – Hat Trick Hero Headlines 4-1 Victory (March 17) – 88
10 Graham Zusi, Sporting Kansas City – Scores Absolute Rocket in Victory (March 17) – 26
11 Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Los Angeles Galaxy – Joins the LA Galaxy (March 23) – 292
12 Federico Higuain, Columbus Crew – Makes History with 50th Assist to Join 50-50 Club (March 24) – 50
13 Bradley Wright-Phillips, New York Red Bulls – Two-Goal Game Secures Solid Home Victory (March 24) – 42
14 Dom Dwyer, Orlando City SC – Two Goals in Season Debut Cements Win (March 31) – 40
15 Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Los Angeles Galaxy – Two Shots, Two Goals in Historic LA Derby Win (March 31) – 385
16 Dominique Badji, Colorado Rapids – Second Half Hat Trick Highlights Impressive Win (March 31) – 47
17 Josef Martinez, Atlanta United – 24th Regular Season Goal in 25th Game Sets New MLS Reocrd (April 7) – 73
18 Orlando City SC – 3 Goals in 7 Minutes Completes Epic Comeback (April 8) – 34
19 Tim Melia, Sporting Kansas City – 10 Saves Highlight Shutout Win & Sets Single Game Franchise Record (April 8) – 50
20 Johnny Russell, Sporting Kansas City – 1st MLS Hat Trick Headlines 6-0 Win (April 20) – 35
21 Ignacio Piatti, Montreal Impact – Records 1st MLS Hat Trick in 1st Half (April 21) – 35
22 Latif Blessing, LAFC – Caps 5-3 Victory with Team’s 4th Goal of 2nd Half (April 21) – 57
23 Chris Mueller, Orlando City – 3rd Consecutive Game with a Goal Comes in Historic Fashion (April 21) – 43
24 Real Salt Lake – 3 Goals in Final 10 Minutes of Game Secures Home Win (April 21) – 33
25 Kevin Kratz, Atlanta United – Headlines Win with 2 Goals Off 2 Free Kicks in 2nd Half (April 28) – 72
26 David Villa, NYCFC – Scores 400th Goal for Club & Country (April 29) – 99
27 Laurent Ciman, LAFC – Stoppage Time Goal Earns 1st Win at Franchise Home Opener (April 29) – 53
28 Bradley Wright-Phillips, New York Red Bulls – 11th All-Time Goal in Derby Match Highlights 4-0 Win (May 5) – 47
29 Diego Valeri, Portland Timbers – Moment of Magic Secures Win with Late Free Kick Goal (May 5) – 48
30 Lamine Sane, Orlando City – 1st Goal in MLS Career Extends Orlando City’s Win Streak; New Club Record (May 6) – 44
31 Mauro Diaz, Dallas FC – Assists Each Goal in Definitive 3-2 Win (May 12) – 47
32 Cristian Penilla, New England Revolution – Back-to-Back 1st Half Goals Secure Win Against Toronto FC (May 12) – 45
33 Sebastian Blanco, Portland Timbers – 86th Minute Goal Seals Win in 100th Match Versus Seattle (May 13) – 49
34 Ezequiel Barco, Atlanta United – Clinical Goal Kills Orlando City’s Six-Game Winning Streak (May 13) – 104
35 Ryan Telfer, Toronto FC – Homegrown Hero Score Late Game Winner (May 18) –
36 Cristhian Paredes/Samuel Armenteros, Portland Timbers – Each Score First Career MLS Goal in Crucial Win (May 19) –
37 Bradley Wright-Phillips, New York Red Bulls – Back-to-Back Goals Highlight 3-1 Comeback Win (May 20) –

Comments? Questions? Contact Ryan Cracknell on Twitter @tradercracks or by email.

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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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