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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- 1970-1979 Football Cards
- 1980-1989 Football Cards
- 1990-1999 Football Cards
- 2000-2007 Football Cards
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When it comes to current football card brands, National Treasures is often held in the highest regard as far as high-end sets go. 2014 Panini National Treasures Football returns with three autographs and three memorabilia cards per box.
2014 Upper Deck Exquisite Collection Football is back one more time as a fully licensed NCAA product delivering five high-end autographs per box. Also included are cards of players slated for the 2015 draft.
1991 Upper Deck Football marked the company’s gridiron debut. Like it did in other sports, the set helped usher in a new era of premium products and designs. Rookies include Brett Favre while the chase has autographs of Joe Montana and Joe Namath.
2015 Upper Deck Football marks the end of an era for the flagship brand. The last under the card maker’s CLC-exclusive deal for college cards, boxes deliver three autographs. The checklist goes deep with rookies with more than 150 NFL hopefuls in the base set.
2014 Topps Supreme Football is back with the promise of a low-numbered autograph or memorabilia card per four-card box.
Looking for a quick and easy way to build the 2015 Topps Football set? The hobby edition of the factory set comes with the full 500-card checklist as well as five exclusive Orange parallels.
2015 Topps Inception Football returns with a focus on the newest batch of rookies. Each hobby box includes two autographs or autographed relics and one relic card.
2014 Topps Translucent Football is an online-exclusive brand debut. Packs of the acetate-stock cards come with a pair of rookie autographs.
Headlined by the Refractor debut for NFL collectors, 1994 Topps Finest Football is a simple release that features a memorable base design and a good mix of top talent in the checklist.
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.
2015 Sage Hit Football focuses on affordable autographs from players headed to the 2015 NFL Draft. Hobby boxes have ten autographs for Low Series and 12 for High. Signers include Jameis Winston, Amari Cooper and Todd Gurley.
Every card in 1999 Collector’s Edge Masters Football is serial numbered, something that was still somewhat novel at the time. Rookies include Kurt Warner and Edgerrin James.
2015 Topps Football marks the card maker’s 60th anniversary of producing football cards. While most of the designs are modern, there are several nods to the brand’s past.
2015 Leaf Metal Draft Football provides one of the earliest looks at the year’s incoming rookie crop. Boxes of the all-autograph release come with four cards.
2015 Upper Deck Inscriptions Football is dedicated entirely to inscribed autographs. Boxes come with four cards, all of which are signed on-card and with a notation.
Aimed at the retail market, 2015 Leaf Draft Football highlights players slated to be rookies in 2015. Autograph signers include Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston.
2014 Topps Museum Collection Football brings back the familiar high-end formula of a hit in every pack. Boxes promise an autographed memorabilia card and a second autograph.
2014 Topps Chrome Mini Football is similar to basic Chrome, only smaller. Each hobby box comes with a rookie autograph and a handful of inserts and Refractors.
2014 Panini Spectra Football is heavy on three things: autographs, memorabilia and chromium. Sixteen-card boxes have a total of ten hits and a pair of parallels.
Saying 2014 Topps Fire Football has bold design might be an understatement. Hobby boxes come with a pair of autographs and two relic cards.