Unknown publisher: COPA BRASIL 2014 CARDS GAME (World Cup)

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Afmeting/Size: 5,3 x 7,7 cm.
Glimmende cards/Shiny cards: nee/no, frontside is glossy
Land van uitgifte/Issuing country: Brazil
Aantal/Number: 195 (unnumbered)

Artikelnummer: N/B Categorieën: , , , ,

Beschrijving

Quality of cards: In mint condition. Straight out of the package. 

All I know about this collection is that it was issued in Brazil. It’s unknown who issued it, there’s no information to be found on the packages or cards.

This collection consists of 195 known cards but there could be more.

All top players are involved: Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi, Neymar, Cavani, Suarez, Ribéry and many others.

 

Extra informatie

Unknown publisher: COPA BRASIL 2014 CARDS GAME (Brazil)

Australia: Holman, Chile: Valdivia, Spain: Casillas, England: Rooney, Japan: Endo, Portugal: Veloso, Germany: Özil, Brazil: Gustavo, Ivory Coast: Kalou (named as Y. Touré), France: Lloris, Italy: Abate, Mexico: Hernandez, Stadium: São Paulo Itaquerao, Argentina: Zabaleta, Brazil: Luiz, Spain: Villa, Netherlands: Van Persie, Italy: Sirigu, Nigeria: Egwuekwe, Australia: Cahill, Chile: Sanchez, Spain: Piqué, Iran: Nosrati, Japan: Uchida, Russia: Capello, Germany: Müller, Brazil: Silva, Ivory Coast: Y. Touré, France: Benzema, Italy: Pirlo, Mexico: Marquez, Stadium: Porto Alegre Beira Rio, Argentina: Sabella, Brazil: Robinho, Spain: Xavi, Netherlands: Robben, Japan: Kiyotake, Nigeria: Emenike, Belgium: Wilmots (named as Lukaku), Colombia: Rodriguez, Spain: Azpilicueta, Iran: Ansarifard, Japan: Yoshida, Russia: Arshavin, Germany: Schweinsteiger, Brazil: Alves, Ivory Coast: Drogba, France: Ribéry, Italy: Giaccherini, Mexico: Dos Santos, Trophy: Taca de Campeao, Argentina: Tevez, Brazil: Jo, Spain: Iniesta, Netherlands: Sneijder, Japan: Nagatomo, Nigeria: Ideye, Belgium: Fellaini, Colombia: Guarin, Spain: Cazorla, Iran: Nekounam, Japan: Kagawa, Russia: Kerzhakov, Algeria: Slimani, Brazil: Paulinho, Croatia: Mandzukic, France: Sagna, Italy: Cerci, Mexico: Talavera, Argentina: Di Maria, Brazil: Dante, Spain: Fabregas, Honduras: Suarez, Japan: G. Sakai, Nigeria: Ambrose, Belgium: Lukaku, Colombia: Armero, Spain: Negredo, Italy: Motta, Japan: Honda, Russia: Pavlyuchenko, Algeria: Bougherra, Brazil: Hulk, Croatia: Modric, France: Giroud, Italy: Bonucci, Mexico: Torrado, Argentina: Agüero (Sergio), Brazil: Fred, Spain: Alonso, Honduras: Izaguirre, Japan: Hosogai, Nigeria: Oboabona (named as Ambrose), Belgium: Hazard, Korea Republic: Chung-Yong, Spain: Alba, Italy: Balotelli, Japan: Okazaki, Switzerland: Inler, Algeria: Feghouli, Brazil: Ramires, Croatia: Srna, Ghana: Boateng, Italy: Osvaldo, Nigeria: Mikel (1), Argentina: Agüero (Kun), Cameroon: Assou-Ekotto, Spain: Puyol, Honduras: Palacios, Japan: Inoha, Nigeria: Akpala, BIH: Ibisevic, Korea Republic: Chu-Young, Spain: Silva, Italy: Diamanti, Mexico: Reyna, Switzerland: Senderos, Argentina: Romero, Brazil: Willian, Ecuador: Rueda, Ghana: Muntari, Italy: Buffon, Nigeria: Mikel (2), Argentina: Basanta, Cameroon: A. Song, Spain: Busquets, Honduras: Costly, Japan: Kawashima, Nigeria: Musa, BIH: Dzeko, Korea Republic: Jung-Soo, Spain: Pedro, Italy: Chiellini, Mexico: Barrera, Switzerland: Shaqiri, Argentina: Rodriguez, Brazil: Oscar, Ecuador: Caicedo, Ghana: Gyan, Italy: Barzagli, Nigeria: Kwambe, Argentina: Messi, Cameroon: Eto'o, Spain: Ramos, England: Lampard, Japan: Zaccheroni, Portugal: Ronaldo, BIH: Misimovic, Costa Rica: Saborio, USA: Altidore, Italy: Gilardino, Mexico: Guardado, Uruguay: Suarez, Argentina: Fernandez, Brazil: Bernard, Ecuador: Noboa, Greece: Karagounis, Italy: Gabbiadini, Nigeria: Keshi, Argentina: Higuain, Chile: Sampaoli, Spain: Arbeloa, England: Gerrard, Japan: Havenaar, Portugal: Nani, Brazil: Marcelo, Costa Rica: Bolaños, USA: Donovan, Italy: De Rossi, Mexico: Salcido, Uruguay: Cavani, Argentina: Mascherano, Brazil: Neymar, Ecuador: Valencia, Greece: Katsouranis, Italy: Maggio, Nigeria: Enyeama, Australia: Neill, Chile: Vidal, Spain: Valdes, England: Walker, Japan: H. Sakai, Portugal: Moutinho, Brazil: Victor, Costa Rica: Ruiz, USA: Dempsey, Italy: El Shaarawy, Mexico: Aquino, Uruguay: Lugano, Argentina: Otamendi, Brazil: Cesar, Spain: Albiol, Greece: Samaras, Italy: Insigne, Nigeria: Muhammad