Got, got, need! We all have good memories of collecting football stickers, don't we?
Maybe you had your first album way back in the 90s, or perhaps the 2010 World Cup was the moment you starting swapping stickers with your mates.
Collecting them is something that all fans love to do at some point in their life.
And thankfully for the next generation of youngsters, Panini's Premier League sticker book for the 2019/20 season is now available.
'Starter packs' which include the album and five packets of stickers - are priced at £3.99 and they will be available in stores and online.
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Single packs themselves will be sold for 70p, while more hardcore fans can buy bigger bundles of stickers from Panini's official website.
You better start saving!
This year's Premier League sticker book is more anticipated than ever before because it's actually the first time that Panini have the rights to England's top flight, thanks to a new partnership.
That deal was announced back in May, with Peter Warsop, the company's licensing director saying:
"The coming together of Panini and the Premier League is wonderful news for the global collectables market.
"Panini's international reach of both retail and promotional collectables provide the perfect platform to grow the business."
Matt Riddell, Panini UK's managing director, added:
"This is a game-changer for the UK market. The Premier League is the strongest league in the world and our challenge is to restore the UK football collectables market to number one.
"We are proud to launch Football 2020 which is the first-ever Premier League sticker collection published by Panini.
"Football 2020 is eagerly awaited by all true stickers and it is one to treasure for posterity."
With Christmas just around the corner, now seems the perfect time to start collecting football stickers again.
Why not ask for some packets to fill your Xmas stocking too? For the nostalgia, of course!News Now - Sport News