Football Card Sets
Browse our database of football card sets which features set checklists, product highlights, reviews and football card price comparisons.
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2013 Fleer Retro Football delves deep into the Fleer archives. Featuring a new configuration, boxes come with a pair of autographs and four premium inserts.
2014 Press Pass Gameday Gallery Football is an all-autograph release that centers on the 2014 draft. Boxes have five on-card autographs. Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles and Teddy Bridgewater are among the signers.
Inspired by a couple of designs from the past, 2014 Leaf Originals Football is an all-autograph release. Every box comes with five signed cards. All are signed on-card.
Wild designs, die-cuts and autographs highlight 2013 Panini Crown Royale Football. Popular Silhouettes return. The hit-per-pack release includes at least one on-card autograph per box.
Promising 6 hits per box, including 3 autographs and 3 memorabilia cards, 2013 Panini National Treasures Football brings more high-end cards to collectors. Highlights includes multiple patch and autographs inserts, as well as a set that honors Seattle’s 12th man.
2013 Topps Supreme Football is a high-end offering that has one autograph, autographed relic or relic card per four-card box. The focus of the set is delivering a strong checklist that mixes veterans, retired players and rookies.
2013 Panini Spectrum Football debuts with a lot of shine. The high-end chromium-style set includes an autograph and a memorabilia card in every pack.
2014 Leaf Metal Draft Football is an all-autograph release focused on incoming rookies and prospects. Highlights include autographed art cards, limited parallels and autographs from top high school players.
Targeting collectors looking to get an early start on the 2014 rookie class, 2014 Sage Hit Low Series Football has eight autographs per box. The set also has a PhotObama contest where collectors can win an Autographed Sheet for finding cards with hidden Presidents.
2014 Press Pass Football gives collectors a glimpse at key prospects in the 2014 NFL Draft. Hobby boxes come with six on-card autographs. Signers include Johnny Manziel and Teddy Bridgewater.
Highlighting top high school players, 2014 Leaf Army All-American Football is an all-hits release. Boxes come with a combined 12 autographs and memorabilia cards.
2014 Panini Super Bowl XLVIII Champions Football is an 18-card factory set that commemorates the Seattle Seahawks’ first championship. The set includes the first NFL card of Malcolm Smith, the game’s MVP.
2013 Topps Magic Football mixes a retro look and feel with a decent amount of ink. Hobby boxes include three autographs. The 330-card set includes 110 short prints.
It might not be worth a lot but 1989 Topps Traded Football includes attractive rookie cards of a handful of Hall of Famers including Barry Sanders and Troy Aikman.
Once again delivering one hit per pack, 2013 Panini Totally Certified Football mixes a high-end feel with its trademark etched foil design. Boxes have at least two autographs.
Making its gridiron debut, 2013 Topps Museum Collection Football delivers an autograph or memorabilia card in every pack. Boxes promise an autograph and an autographed relic.
Back for a sophomore spin, 2013 Topps Strata Football is once again highlighted by an acetate autographed relic in every hobby box.
2013 Bowman Sterling Football is a high-end set that gets to the point: rookies, relics and autographs. Every pack includes an autograph and a jumbo relic card. The checklist is dominated largely by rookies.
2013 Upper Deck USA Football is one of the few gridiron products to have a long-term prospecting aspect to it. Now featuring a traditional pack configuration, boxes come with a total of six hits.
Although it’s missing Barry Sanders and Troy AIkman, 1989 Topps Football still has a strong lineup of rookie cards. Printed in large quantities, the set remains extremely cheap.