Football Card Sets
Browse our database of football card sets which features set checklists, product highlights, reviews and football card price comparisons.
- 1950-1959 Football Cards
- 1960-1969 Football Cards
- 1970-1979 Football Cards
- 1980-1989 Football Cards
- 1990-1999 Football Cards
- 2000-2007 Football Cards
- 2008 Football Cards
- 2009 Football Cards
- 2010 Football Cards
- 2011 Football Cards
- 2012 Football Cards
- 2013 Football Cards
2015 Topps Football marks the card maker’s 60th anniversary of producing football cards. While most of the designs are modern, there are several nods to the brand’s past.
2015 Topps Supreme Football again utilizes a four-card format headlined by one low-numbered relic or autograph card per box
2015 Panini Rookies & Stars Football returns to the gridiron as a Target-only release. Heavy on rookie players, boxes include various autographs, memorabilia cards and Crusades inserts.
2015 Panini Certified Football sticks with its trademark mix of foil and ample hits. Hobby boxes have four total autograph and memorabilia cards include one Freshman Fabric rookie autographed patch.
Led by signed rookie cards for Ben Roethlisberger, Philip Rivers, Eli Manning and Larry Fitzgerald, 2004 SP Authentic Football is still very popular with collectors. On-card autographs and a solid design further enhance the appeal.
2015 Panini Playbook Football features a variety of booklet cards and includes one base book card and two hits per hobby box.
2015 Topps Inception Football returns with a focus on the newest batch of rookies. Each hobby box includes two autographs or autographed relics and one relic card.
Not just limited to players, the NFL Mascots get the OYO treatment with a full lineup of minifigures similar to LEGO.
The rookie card for Tom Brady leads the way in 2000 SP Authentic Football. Several autograph sets and base inserts can also be found.
Led by two autographs per box, 2015 Topps Fire Football is back with a distinct design along with multiple parallels and inserts.
Led by rookie cards for Emmitt Smith, Junior Seau and Cortez Kennedy, 1990 Score Football is a great example of the designs and overproduction of the hobby at that time.
2015 Donruss Football offers a retro look at the current NFL. Hobby boxes average three autographs or memorabilia cards per box and a slew of inserts.
Featuring several top rookie cards, the condition-sensitive 1997 SP Authentic Football set commands strong value and interest. The key rookies include current and future Hall of Fame inductees Walter Jones, Orlando Pace and Tony Gonzalez.
With a quality design, premium relics and several on-card autograph options, 2015 Topps Museum Collection Football offers four total hits per box.
Headlined by a strong checklist of Hall of Fame autographs, 1997 Upper Deck Legends Football is one of the greatest modern sets of all-time. The on-card signatures and appealing design have made it a hobby favorite.
Focusing largely on the year’s rookie class, 2015 Panini Prestige Football hobby boxes average four hits including three autographs. As with past years, there are also lots of inserts and parallels as well.
Vivid colors and artistic designs fuse together in 2015 Panini Gridiron Kings Football. Each hobby box promises two hits and a variety of inserts and parallels.
2015 Panini Clear Vision Football is the card maker’s take on an all-acetate product. Boxes promise either an autograph or a memorabilia card.
1995 SP Football was considered high-end at the time. Although it’s still gorgeous, it arrived when the hobby was about to transition into a new era of autographs and rarity. Key rookies include Terrell Davis and Curtis Martin.
For its second set with the league, 2015 Upper Deck CFL keeps things relatively simple. Although the focus is largely on the main set, there are inserts including two game-used jersey cards per hobby box.