The Premier League has named Fanatics Collectibles its exclusive provider of trading cards, trading card games and stickers from June 2025.

Following the multi-year agreement, fans of the Premier League will be able to collect trading cards and stickers from all 20 clubs. This offers the chance to connect with their favourite stars and clubs in the league from the 2025/26 season.

Will Brass, Chief Commercial Officer at the Premier League, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Fanatics as the official sticker and trading card licensee of the Premier League from season 2025/26. 

“They bring an outstanding track record and strong commitment to innovation, helping fans all over the world express their passion for the sports they love. Through this partnership, we will be able to create a truly memorable collectible experience for all.”

Fanatics Collectibles, the trading card and collectibles division of the global digital sports platform Fanatics, currently has an impressive portfolio of league and sport licensing rights. The portfolio includes the Bundesliga (since 2008), UEFA Club Competitions (since 2015), MLS (since 2012), MLB, UFC and Formula 1.

In addition, its cornerstone brand Topps has a long history with English football as it was a partner with the Premier League from 1994-2019. The Fanatics Commerce business also holds e-commerce and licensed apparel partnerships with the FA and a number of Premier League clubs.

Most recently, Topps partnered with Team GB, naming the company its official licensee of trading cards and stickers in a deal that runs until 2028, covering this summer’s Paris Olympics.

David Leiner, President of Trading Cards at Fanatics Collectibles, said: “We are incredibly excited to partner with the Premier League in this historic deal that we believe will put fans and collectors closer to the teams and players that they love.

“At Fanatics Collectibles, we know and love the game, and look forward to building an element of unique storytelling through the lens of collecting.” 

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