Topps have just released the latest Match Attax collection in time for the 2023/24 season, boosted by the chance of finding a signed card or a parallel contained within.
Here’s what you need to know about the 2023/24 Match Attax set, as we ripped open packs in an effort to find out whether it’s worth your attention.
We’ve included a checklist for 2023/24 Match Attax autos, as well as showing off what we pulled from our packs. Let’s get started with this 2023/24 Match Attax review.
2023/24 Match Attax: Key Stats
Aside from a few new subsets, the only real notable difference is a higher asking price for boxes and tins.
- Release date: August 2023
- RRP: £81 per box
- Setup: 36 packets of Match Attax 2023/24 per box (432 cards) 12 cards per packet
- Configuration: Champions League, Europa League, and Europa Conference League cards
- Black Edge cards, Blue Crystal Parallel cards, Heritage design cards, Pro Elite Chrome Shield cards and the 100 Club to the amazing NEW Energy cards and all NEW Limited Edition card categories including Gold Rush Ultra, Artists of the Game and Stadium Stars
- Contains Centurion Relic cards and Player-worn Relic cards
2023/24 Match Attax: Best Cards
The ‘best’ cards from the set have to be the autos, especially if you’re looking for the most valuable 2023/24 Match Attax cards. However, I’ve yet to see one pop up on the resale market, which gives some indication as to their overall scarcity. We’ve also included a full checklist for the 2023/24 Match Attax Genuine Autographs below.
2023/24 Match Attax: What We Packed
For the third year in a row, we packed nothing of note from our Match Attax packs. It’s becoming a running theme, and I fully expected it this time.
Even so, some of the new card designs are fun, such as Cult Heroes and Artists of the Game. There are also Topps Heritage cards, which have a vintage look and feel.
As always, I wouldn’t open boxes with any expectations in terms of making a profit.
2023/24 Match Attax: Checklist
Here’s a checklist with the 26 players who make up the Genuine Autograph subset:
- AC-AB Alejandro Balde (FC Barcelona)
- AC-AG Anthony Gordon (Newcastle United)
- AC-BH Benjamin Henrichs (RB Leipzig)
- AC-CA Casemiro (Manchester United)
- AC-CB Calvin Bassey (AFC Ajax)
- AC-CO Cody Gakpo (Liverpool)
- AC-CS Carlos Soler (Paris Saint-Germain)
- AC-DR Devyne Rensch (AFC Ajax)
- AC-FA Felipe Anderon (SS Lazio)
- AC-GD Gianluigi Donnarumma (Paris Saint-Germain)
- AC-HE Hugo Ekitike (Paris Saint-Germain)
- AC-JB Juan Bernat (Paris Saint-Germain)
- AC-JK Joshua Kimmich (FC Bayern München)
- AC-LA Luis Alberto (SS Lazio)
- AC-LH Lucas Hernández (FC Bayern München)
- AC-LS Luke Shaw (Manchester United)
- AC-MA Marco Asensio (Paris Saint-Germain)
- AC-MV Marco Verratti (Paris Saint-Germain)
- AC-NAC Nacho (Real Madrid CF)
- AC-RA Raphinha (FC Barcelona)
- AC-RD Rúben Dias (Manchester City)
- AC-RL Rafael Leão (AC Milan)
- AC-RO Rodri (Manchester City)
- AC-SB Stefan Bajetic (Liverpool)
- AC-SO Salih Özcan (Borussia Dortmund)
- AC-VVD Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool)
2023/24 Match Attax: Final Thoughts
It’s fair to say that the 2023/24 Match Attax collection is a fun rip, even if it’s starting to become pretty expensive.
After all, only two years ago, a box retailed for £43.20, so it’s almost a 50% increase.
Even with the addition of parallels and autos, it’s not great when you consider that it’s a set which is predominantly marketed at children. There are value packs which retail for roughly £10, as well as tins that are far cheaper.
Even so, there is a minuscule chance of a one-of-one found within.