December 30, 2021

Top 5 Most Expensive NFT Football Players Until 2021

 Listed are NFT items of football players who have recorded the highest value in the NFT market as of the end of 2021. However, the position of this chart may change in the future. Let's see first which NFT football player is in the top 5.


1. Lionel Messi: “The Golden One” ($ 1,128,815)




The licensed NFT collection, Messiverse last August opened a bid to the public for NFT assets featuring football legend Lionel Messi.


The collection contains a 1: 1 copy of “The Golden One” produced by Bosslogic, an artist known for his artwork in a joint project with Marvel Studios. Artist Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson also collaborated with him to produce art for his upcoming film.


NFT 1: 1 Messi started with an opening price bid of $ 50,000, but has soared to over $ 1 million in the ongoing bidding process.


 


2. Cristiano Ronaldo: Unique Sorare ($ 265,275)




NFT trading card unique sorare Cristiano Ronaldo has sold for $ 265,275.


Sorare is a fantasy football game NFT platform that allows players to buy, sell, exchange and manage teams based on digital game cards.


Such a well -known application among football fans is Fantasy Premier League, but in a crypto version.



The card was officially licensed by Ronaldo and the Juvenus team, the 2020/2021 season before he moved to the Manchester United team.


 


3. Kevin De Bruyne: Unique Sorare ($ 167,469)




Kevin De Bruyne's unique Sorare 1: 1 trading card sold for $ 167,469 or 52 ETH.


As the trading card in Sorare is based on the actual performance of football players on the field, making this KDB card also a hit for fans because of his excellent performance as a midfielder who remains in the group of the best in the world.


 


4. Mohamed Salah: Wrapped Strikers, Iconic ($ 141,560)




The popular Wrapped Strikers on the Opensea platform or formerly known as “The Crypto Strikers was founded in 2018 which was the earliest NFT football project.


The ‘Iconic’ version of Mohamed Salah’s Wrapped Strikers card, the Liverpool FC football star who owns only 7 copies, sold for $ 141,560 or 35 ETH.


 


5. Lionel Messi: Wrapped CryptoStrikers, Iconic ($ 128,512)




There are only 13 NFT Iconic Lionel Messi cards at Wrapped Strikers and 1 sold a few months ago at a value of 39.96 ETH or $ 128,512. Like the NFT on the first list, Lionel Messi's NFT is the most expensive ever sold, but this is an earlier version of Messi's NFT which is also among the 'rare' in the set.