Every new LEGO set available from March 1, 2022

Today marks the launch of dozens of new LEGO sets across themes including Star Wars, Marvel and Harry Potter, and we’ve compiled everything into one handy round-up.

Unless you’ve been carefully tracking every single LEGO announcement over the past few weeks and honing your shopping list to suit, it’s easy to lose sight of all the sets arriving on shelves today. March 1 has become just as big as – if not bigger than – January 1 in the LEGO shopping calendar, and that means there are plenty of products vying for your LEGO budget today.

Dive into the full list below. If you’re looking to get in on any of these sets as early as possible, please consider supporting Brick Fanatics in the process by purchasing using our affiliate links. Thank you!

LEGO for Adults

Two new LEGO for Adults (formerly Creator Expert) sets are available now, each catering for completely different tastes – and at completely different price points. The latest supersized vehicle comes in at under three digits across GBP, USD and Euros, while the LEGO Group’s third football stadium is also its most expensive to date.


10298 Vespa 125 | review
10299 Real Madrid – Santiago Bernabéu Stadium | review


Which is better: a king, or a knight? What if it’s a dark knight? That’s the question posed by this year’s first pair of LEGO Art sets, which deliver the theme’s first two-dimensional portraits of Elvis Presley and Batman respectively. The latter set can also be rebuilt into Joker or Harley Quinn, while doubling (or tripling) up on either set gives you even more options.

31204 Elvis Presley “The King”
31205 Jim Lee Batman Collection

LEGO BrickHeadz

Every month is a new-set-month when you’re LEGO BrickHeadz, with February’s Stranger Things and Toy Story characters followed by Chip & Dale and, erm, the Spice Girls for March. It’s a theme that continues to surprise, if not in format, then at least in subject and character choice.

40548 Spice Girls Tribute
40550 Chip & Dale


LEGO CITY is heading back into the great unknown for 2022, with a range of new space-themed sets now available to buy. The classic hallmarks of a rover, space station, rocket and launch centre are joined by an even more exciting domed moon base, so you can finally build your own episode of Futurama, with blackjack, and… well, you know how it goes.

60348 Lunar Roving Vehicle
60349 Lunar Space Station
60350 Lunar Research Base
60351 Rocket Launch Center

LEGO Classic

Meet the new baseplates: same as the old baseplates. Only this time, they’ve apparently got fancy new paper packaging. It’s hard to tell if that’s true looking at official images, but we’ll hopefully be able to confirm as soon as we’ve had chance to get our hands on them in person. Beyond those, there are three more boxes of bricks to prompt creative play.

11017 Creative Monsters 
11018 Creative Ocean Fun
11019 Bricks and Functions
11023 Green Baseplate
11024 Gray Baseplate
11025 Blue Baseplate
11026 White Baseplate

LEGO Creator

Alongside six new pocket money-priced 3-in-1 sets, LEGO Creator is bringing us the surprise addition of a mini version of 10298 Vespa 125, available to buy independently at the same time as its larger counterpart (rather than as a gift-with-purchase). A perfect basket filler to reach the threshold for 40530 Jane Goodall Tribute when that lands on March 3, then.

31123 Off-Road Buggy
31124 Super Robot
31125 Fantasy Forest Creatures
31126 Supersonic Jet
31127 Street Racer
31128 Dolphin and Turtle
40517 Vespa | review

LEGO Disney

Just two new LEGO Disney sets are available from today, drawing on familiar source material in The Little Mermaid and Frozen. Those are fan-favourite movies, though, and these sets also mark the first-ever King Triton mini-doll, so there’s still plenty to get stuck into here.

43207 Ariel’s Underwater Palace
43209 Elsa and the Nokk’s Ice Stable


Do you like LEGO? Can you spell that out for us? How about using a DOTS message board? It’s a fun new concept for the tile-centric theme, anchored around two different sizes of message boards. Just don’t ask what ‘THE FUTURE IS DURS’ means.

41949 Bag Tags Mega Pack – Messaging
41950 Lots of DOTS – Lettering
41951 Message Board
41952 Big Message Board

LEGO Friends

The cast of LEGO Friends graduates from veterinary school this month, but before they get stuck into the difficult task of running around with animals in a playground, they’re heading to the beach for a holiday. Sometimes we wish we lived in Heartlake City.

41694 Pet Clinic Ambulance
41698 Pet Playground
41699 Pet Adoption Café
41709 Vacation Beach House
41718 Pet Day-Care Center

LEGO Harry Potter

While it’s busy building on last year’s Hogwarts Moments and revamped modular Hogwarts system, the LEGO Group is also bringing a brand new Harry Potter concept to shelves this month in a Polly Pocket-style trunk, complete with a huge assortment of minifigure elements to build yourself as a Hogwarts pupil. Hands up who wants to be in Hufflepuff…

76396 Hogwarts Moment: Divination Class
76397 Hogwarts Moment: Defence Against the Dark Arts Class
76398 Hogwarts Hospital Wing
76399 Hogwarts Magical Trunk

LEGO Marvel

It’s a slim month for superheroes on the whole, but the one Marvel set available from today is pretty mighty all its own. You can test out your worthiness by picking up (or at least trying to pick up) an enormous rendition of Mjölnir, here renamed Thor’s Hammer, presumably to relieve LEGO Store employees from having to pronounce the Nordic name.

76209 Thor’s Hammer


Looking to expand your 71767 Ninja Dojo Temple? The LEGO Group sure hopes so, because it’s just launched an add-on set in the form of 71764 Ninja Training Center. Three new spinners round out the new NINJAGO Core subtheme for the first half of 2022.

70688 Kai’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training
70689 Lloyd’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training
70690 Jay’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training
71764 Ninja Training Center

LEGO Speed Champions

There’s barely a bad word to be said about this year’s slate of LEGO Speed Champions sets, which elevate the eight-stud-wide vehicles to new heights – and with brand new licence partners along for the ride, including Lotus and Aston Martin. Check out that Merc two-pack, too, which includes the first eight-wide Formula 1 car…

76906 1970 Ferrari 512 M
76907 Lotus Evija
76908 Lamborghini Countach
76909 Mercedes-AMG F1 W12 E Performance & Mercedes-AMG Project One
76910 Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro and Aston Martin Vantage GT3

LEGO Star Wars

Three new characters join the LEGO Star Wars Helmet Collection today, along with two sets inspired by The Mandalorian. One of those is technically based on the second season’s post-credits scene, which would be a very deep cut if it hadn’t led to an entire spin-off series. The characters definitely make 75326 Boba Fett’s Throne Room a Mando set, though.

75324 Dark Trooper Attack | review
75326 Boba Fett’s Throne Room | review
75327 Luke Skywalker (Red Five) Helmet | review
75328 The Mandalorian Helmet | review
75343 Dark Trooper Helmet | review

LEGO Technic

It’s a pretty exciting month for Technic, not least because the theme’s first-ever licensed Formula 1 car is racing on to shelves. It’s available alongside an eclectic mix of sets including a CONTROL+ vehicle, the first LEGO John Deere tractor and a generic all-terrain vehicle.

42133 Telehandler
42136 John Deere 9620R 4WD Tractor
42139 All-Terrain Vehicle
42140 App-Controlled Transformation Vehicle
42141 McLaren Formula 1 Race Car | review

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Chris Wharfe
I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

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