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
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.
2010 Absolute Memorabilia Football’s design has taken a few steps back since the days of Donruss but it still remains true to form, boasting fantastic multi-colored memorabilia patches and their always popular trademark Rookie Premiere Materials inserts.
2010 Triple Threads Football card product information, set checklist and hobby box price comparisons.
Build your ultimate fantasy team and dominate your opponents with stars like Peyton Manning, Tim Tebow, Adrian Peterson, and Patrick Willis.
Finest is known for it’s craftmanship, the mini-box, and it’s consistantly strong card design. The biggest addition to 2010 Finest is the new Atomic Die-Cut Refractor Rookie Card.
2010 Panini Epix is the latest addition to the Panini Football lineup, the first-year mid-level product features Panini’s new “HoloEmboss” card technology.
2010 SPx will go where no SPx has gone before, College Football. With the latest encarnation of SPx Football, Upper Deck will try to prove to the collecting world that their is indeed life beyond the NFL License.
With 2010 Rookies & Stars, Panini looks to build upon last year’s success and further establish the brand as one of the industries most fan friendly products.
The late August football card release will bring with it plenty of Rookies, Rookie Auto’s, Retired Legends, and Relics.
2010 Press Pass Football returns with a fresh class of NFL rookies and their trademark red ink short print autographs and inscriptions!
2010 Donruss Elite Football card reviews, product details, and box comparisons.
Topps’ first football card product of 2010 features the top 110 NFL Rookies from this year’s draft in their new NFL uniforms, as well as a host of new inserts like NFL Draft 75th Anniversary, 1952 Bowman, and Red Zone Rookie cards.
2010 Score Football Card Set Details, Reviews, Box Price Comparisons, and Auction Tracker.