La Leggenda Subbuteo teams for £5 back at We Are Games

Spanish seller We Are Games has restocked its La Leggenda teams for the first time in months and prices for an individual team are less than £5.

The La Leggenda Fabbri Editori range was released in the 2010s as a part work in Italy. The teams were sold weekly with a booklet about the team and the historical formations. Based on classic sides from history, the lightweight-inspired range featured 1980s style boxes and covered classic club and international sides ranging from World Cup winners to famous Champions League victors.

The range regularly appears on Spanish site We Are Games at bargain prices and in 2020 they were even sold in boxes of 16 teams for just £30.

As stock is quite low We Are Games tends to sell the teams individually now but with a price of less than 5 Euros it is a fantastic opportunity for Subbuteo fans to complete their collection or add their favourite club side to their shelves.

Read our La Leggenda review here

Mike Allen, of Mikes_Subbuteo on Instagram and Threads, spotted the deal and shared some of the bargain teams available.

Team options include classic Aberdeen UEFA Cup winners under Sir Alex Ferguson, Celtic’s famous European Cup winning side of the 1960s and even the only examples of Saudi and Egyptian teams in the form of Al Hilal (the new home of Neymar and Ruben Neves) and Al Ahly respectively. There are also plenty of Italian sides from Milan and Napoli to historic side Pro Vercilli, as well as Subbuteo legend Dukla Prague.

We know We Are Games stock sells out quickly so expect teams to be snapped up early in the latest sale. You can see them here. Just be wary of postage costs as the teams will be delivered from Spain.

Stephen Hurrell
Stephen Hurrell
Stephen is the founder and editor of The Hobby Online and The Hobby by Subbuteo.Online print magazine. He is a giant nerd and specialises in Subbuteo, retro football kits and consumer stories. A journalist and editor of 15 years, he has written about football for some of the UK's biggest publications.

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