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
2011 Leaf Metal Draft is set to hit the hobby scene in late March, giving collectors a chance to grab the first autographed cards featuring Cam Newton, A.J. Green, Jake Locker and other big names from April’s 2011 NFL Draft.
Panini’s Prestige returns for another season of post-draft gridiron prospecting. The latest installment of Prestige features a sleeker card design than past years as well as several new inclusions highlighted by NFL Passport inserts and autographs. 2011 Prestige is set to release on May 11th, with each $80-$100 hobby box delivering 4 hits, 24 rookies and 23 additional inserts and parallels.
Press Pass returns for another season of pre-draft football card prospecting. Blaine Gabbert, Ryan Mallet, Cam Newton, Jake Locker, A.J. Green and Julio Jones highlight the early checklist. 2011 Press Pass Football is scheduled to release on March 30th, with each $80-$100 hobby box delivering 28-packs and 5-autographs.
2011 Upper Deck Football marks the return of base Upper Deck to the world of football cards after taking a leave of absence in 2010. This time around, Upper Deck Football will feature an NCAA Football theme and release prior to the 2011 NFL Draft. As they did with 2010-11 Upper Deck Hockey, each box will deliver a handful of 1991 Upper Deck 20th Anniversary parallels. 2011 Upper Deck Football is set to release on May 12th delivering 20 packs, 10 20th Anniversary parallels and 3 autographs per hobby box.
Panini’s National Treasures will look to establish itself as football’s premier high-end rookie patch auto this March. The $400 per box football card offering delivers six hits per single pack box and the possibility of pulling big name rookies, hearty patches and legendary signatures.
The well-traveled and popular Donruss Rated Rookie returns to the world of football cards this January in the form a 100-card box set. From Bryant to Tebow, the checklist is chalked with 2010′s top rookies. Each Rated Rookie Box Set delivers 1 auto and a complete 100 card set for $19.99.
The yearly gridiron right of passage known as “Contenders” returns for another season of high-quality rookie autographs! 2010 Playoff Contenders promises plenty of short print chasing, set building madness come early January. Each 24-pack hobby box delivers 4-5 autographs and a short stack of parallels and inserts.
Topps Five Star is a new high-end $400 per pack gridiron offering with aspirations of becoming the king of the football rookie card. This upcoming February, Five Star will attempt to become Football’s version of Upper Deck’s The Cup Hockey and Panini’s National Treasures Basketball.
2010 Panini Plates & Patches is a freshman high-end football card offering based on the popular “Plates & Patches” insert sets from Panini’s Gridiron Gear Football. Plates & Patches is set to release in December and offers collectors 4-hits per one pack hobby box.
Topps Tribute is a high-end football card offering that packs 7 hits into each 6-pack hobby box. Tribute offers collectors a chance to collect relics, book cards, autographs, and cut signatures from a wide array of players ranging from early Super Bowl era heroes like Joe Namath to 2010 NFL rookies like Sam Bradford and Dez Bryant.
Upper Deck brings it’s flagship football card product to the College Gridiron this March. SP Authentic returns with plenty of old favorites like Rookie Authentic Patch Autographs as well as some interesting new additions including BCS Championship and SP College Pride autographed patch cards.
Panini’s finite football card investment opportunity known as “Limited” returns for another season of high end, low numbered fun this November. Each 7-card box contains 3 autographs or memorabilia cards and plenty of names past, present, and future.
Ultimate is the ultimate football card product for college football collectors. The set features college themed inserts, relics, and autographs of past, present, and future football greats.
Crown Royale is a classy designed middle to high end football card offering highlighted by a great combination of past legends like Barry Sanders, current legends like Brett Favre, and future legends like Tim Tebow. Crown Royale also knows how to die cut a card, so if your a fan of the die cut, you might want to check out Crown Royale come late November.
Topps Magic is back for another season of vintage gridiron action. The 2010 rendition will feature NFL logos rather than 2009′s NCAA logos and theme. If 2010 Magic is anything like last years, it will be one of the years best products.
2010 Panini Certified Football sports tons of serial numbered cards, 1 Platinum Hot Box per case and plenty of 2010 NFL rookies.
2010 Bowman Sterling Football returns for another season of high-end gridiron action. What sets Sterling apart from most other Topps Football offerings is that the base set is filled with rookie autographs, relics, and relic autographs, which means they qualify as true rookie cards.
Topps Prime Football is set to launch it’s “rookie” campaign this November packing plenty of high quality rookies and relics into a 10-pack box. The freshman football card product features low numbered parallels, thick 36-point base card stock, and some intriguing memorabilia inclusions including gloves, wristbands, and more!
Topps unveils first details of a brand new football cards product. Unrivaled will bring six auto rookie book cards and other intriguing cards to the table this November
Unfortunately, 2010 Classics is as generic as it’s name. At times it’s can be appealing, but for the most part it struggles to differentiate itself from similar Panini Products, never establishing an identity.