FIFA coins are the most widely sought after in the world.
The first official FIFA coins were minted in 1992.
In 2003, they were mints in London and New York, and in 2009, the first coins were produced in the UK and Singapore.
They were mintages are capped at 10,000 each, with the first 10,100 being distributed among the teams that qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
In 2020, a second round of coins was produced in Qatar, and they were also capped at ten,000 apiece.
In 2016, the FIFA coin was released in the United States, but the mintages were limited to 100 coins, as well as the first 100,000.
In 2017, FIFA released a third round of the FIFA coins, which were also limited to 10,500 each.
The FIFA coins have become a huge hit, with collectors buying them on eBay for a premium.
They are among the most sought after collectibles in the globe, and it is estimated that at least $5 billion worth of coins are in circulation.
The mints are set to produce more coins this year, with a total of 20,000 coins expected to be produced in 2019.
However, the coins have been sold in the past for over $5 million, and now it appears the price could rise to $10 million.
In a statement to Reuters, FIFA said: “In recent weeks, there have been reports that some of the coins, due to the popularity of the game, have been selling for more than $10,000 (€7,100) each.”