Corinthian experienced great success with the 1999/00 team packs, however the feedback from collectors was that there was a little too much product released at once and from too few teams, so Corinthian addressed this by releasing 10 different 4 player packs, with their release being just in time for Christmas.
The Arsenal 4 pack contained goal keeper David Seaman, this was the same sculpt as first seen for England in Series 7, joined by Brazilian left back Silvinho in 2000/01 home kit, who was a first and only time release, Corinthian would never release Silvinho as a ProStars figure again!
Completing the pack are 2 players in Arsenal 2000/01 away kit, Fredrik Ljungberg who we saw in Series 9 released just a couple of months previously, and Robert Pires, with this sculpt being the same as released in the kit of Metz as part of the Super Champions Lere Division Headliners range. This is not an accurate sculpt of Pires and the one released after this would be of superior quality.
Corinthian also produced Platinum Packs for this release, with only 90 of each being made, the vast majority of which went to Beatties stores, so finding them now in good condition can be a difficult task, as they are more often than not yellowed from sun damage. As only 90 of each were made they are highly sought after amongst dedicated Platinum Pack collectors, and seldom appear for sale.
Each 4 pack came with 4 figures, which were a mixture of home and away kits, the first time Corinthian had done this, 4 collector cards and a Highbury display stand, with the pack being priced at £10.