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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2013 Absolute Memorabilia Football includes a hit in every pack with boxes delivering a pair of autographs and two memorabilia cards. Other box highlights include two rookies, two parallels and four Hogg Heaven inserts.
Although not terribly rare, 1987 Topps Football features a clean design and a solid checklist. Highlights include the first NFL cards of Jim Kelly and Doug Flutie.
2013 Panini Contenders Football once again places a huge emphasis on Rookie Ticket Autographs, some of the most popular rookie cards in the hobby.
Offering some early-season flash, 2013 Topps Finest Football is a rookie-focused release. Every box includes both a rookie autograph patch and an autographed jumbo relic as well as a mix of other inserts.
2013 Panini Playbook Football features a lot of tweaks from previous years. All cards are hits with four-card boxes delivering two book cards, at least one of which is autographed.
2013 Topps Football is “Legendary.” At least, that’s the theme that runs throughout it. Boasting an expansive checklist, the release also has a wide variety of inserts, autographs and memorabilia cards.
Rookies, autographs and intense photography — 2013 Topps Inception Football has them all. Every single-pack box has a pair of autographs and a jumbo relic card. All base rookies are signed on-card.
Not everyone wants to rip packs and boxes to build their sets. Enter the 2013 Topps Football Complete Set Hobby Edition. It offers the full 2013 Topps Football set and a handful of exclusive parallels.
Following a mini card trend from Topps, this product is basically a miniature version of flagship Topps Football. This online exclusive includes one autograph or relic card per box.
1972 Topps Football is the only time that a Topps football product was released in three series. Top cards include the Joe Namath Pro Action card, and rookie cards for Roger Staubach and John Riggins.
1971 Topps Football Card Price Comparisons, Set Details, Checklist, Auction Tracker and Buying Guide.
Although it did not include NFL or team logos, 1970 Topps Football is filled with Hall of Fame Players. Top veteran cards include Gale Sayers, Bart Starr, Johnny Unitas, Fran Tarkenton and Dick Butkus. The rookie card for O.J. Simpson headlines this popular product.
The largest football set at the time, 1969 Topps Football offers collectors a solid overall checklist. Top rookies include Larry Csonka and Brian Piccolo.
Including both NFL and AFL players for the first time in several years, 1968 Topps Football features a strong checklist. Top Hall of Fame veteran cards include Bart Starr, Joe Namath, Gale Sayers, Johnny Unitas, Jack Kemp and Dick Butkus. The key rookie card is Bob Greise.
1967 Topps Football features a colorful design and limited quality rookie options. However, several Hall of Fame veterans carry the product, including Joe Namath and Fred Biletnikoff.
Often lost in the shuffle of other sets from the decade, 1966 Topps Football has a checklist that doesn’t have any major rookies. It does have the second-year Joe Namath, though.
A new addition to the Leaf memorabilia product line, 2013 Leaf Autographed Helmet Football offers collectors a chance to obtain signed full-size helmets. Notable names from the checklist include Emmitt Smith, John Elway, Barry Sanders, Joe Montana, Peyton Manning, Adrian Peterson, Robert Griffin III, and even Madonna.
1965 Topps Football is regarded as one of the best sets ever produced in the hobby. Often referred to as Tall Boys for their over-sized dimensions, the checklist includes the iconic Joe Namath rookie card.
2013 Panini Momentum Football comes with a hit in every pack. Every ten-pack box of the high-end product promises at least five autographs.
Having lost their NFL license, 1964 Topps Football marks the first of several years where the company switched focus to the rival AFL. Rookies include Buck Buchanan and Bobby Bell.