Soccer is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries and dependencies. Referred to as “the world’s game,” its origins can be seen in games played in China, Japan, Egypt and Greece before the modern game developed in England.
Soccer’s history in America is uniquely colorful. The American Soccer League was first formed in 1921 by owners with ties to Tammany Hall and the East Coast mafia. The sport was hugely popular in New England until corruption and political maneuvering led to the league being disbanded in the late 1920s. It eventually re-formed in the late 1960s.
Understanding soccer’s history brings even more interest to collecting its trading cards. Collectors cherish their soccer cards and plan to enjoy them for many years. Preservation is critical.
Your soccer card collection deserves the protection of the UniKeep Soccer Card Binder Kit. This unique case-style binder snaps securely closed so your cards don’t fall out. It also includes 10 collector sheet protectors that provide archival-quality storage for 180 of your treasured cards. Additional pages can be added for capacity up to 500.
UniKeep Soccer Card Binder features:
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