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
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Melding the Gold Standard and Black brands, 2014 Panini Black Gold Football features four hits per box plus two metal logo cards and a pair of shadowbox-style base cards.
2014 Panini NFL Stickers feature a large checklist of 484 stickers. These include a traditional mix of basic glossy stickers and holographic glitter.
With the tagline “High-End Football Redefined,” 2014 Topps Triple Threads Football is back with a few tweaks. Each box promises two autographs, two relics, and the shot at Hand-Stamped Autographs and Transparencies for top 2014 rookies.
2014 Panini Absolute Football marks the brand’s 20th anniversary. The release focuses heavily on autographs and memorabilia cards with five hits in every ten-card box.
2014 Bowman Sterling Football is definitely not short on autograph and memorabilia cards. Each box has a total of 13 of them including at least six autographs.
2014 SP Authentic Football is back for another season showcasing some of the best former and current football stars from a college vantage point. Hobby boxes feature three total autographs, including one Rookie Auto Patch card per box.
2014 Panini Select Football is an amped up spin on the company’s Prizm line. Besides four hits per box, there’s lots of color and a series of interactive predictor-style inserts.
2014 Topps Platinum Football returns with three autographs per hobby box including an Autograph Rookie Refractor Patch card.
2014 Topps Chrome Football is, traditionally, one of the more widely collected sets of the season. The product returns with the promise of one rookie autograph per hobby box and lots of Refractor styles.
2014 Panini Crown Royale Football brings plenty of elegant designs and the promise of one autograph or memorabilia card per pack. Silhouettes return as a key chase element.
2014 Panini Totally Certified Football returns with a new look, albeit one that still puts an emphasis on etched foil. Each pack has either an autograph or memorabilia card.
2014 Leaf Best of Football returns with one graded or slabbed high-end buyback card as well as a Rookie of the Year Predictor insert that could be good for a piece of signed memorabilia.
2014 Panini Limited Football stresses the hits. Five-card boxes deliver an autograph and two additional autographs or memorabilia cards.
It’s back. After skipping a season, 2014 Topps Valor Football returns a configuration that includes an autographed patch card, another autograph per box, a patch and a jumbo relic per box.
2014 Panini Playbook Football continues its brand focus on book cards, one of which is in every box. The premium product also has one autographed or memorabilia card per box.
2014 Topps Turkey Red Football returns, but as an exclusive to Target. The all-rookie product has 11 cards per box including one autograph.
2014 Panini Flawless Football marks the gridiron debut of the ultra high-end brand. All cards in the product are numbered to 25 or less. Boxes have seven autographs and two jumbo memorabilia cards.
2014 Flair Showcase Football sees the revival of the brand’s tiered structure made popular in the late 1990s. Hobby boxes include at least two hits and one additional premium insert.
2014 Upper Deck Conference Greats Football focuses on the schools of the SEC. Hobby boxes deliver an autograph and a pair of player-worn or manufactured memorabilia cards.
2014 Upper Deck CFL Football is the first set under the card maker’s exclusive deal with the league. Highlights include a pair of jersey cards per box and randomly inserted autographs from Doug Flutie and Warren Moon.