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
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- 2012 Football Cards
- 2013 Football Cards
2015 Topps Diamond Football marks the debut of a new premium line from the card maker. Each box has an autograph numbered to 10 or less, an autographed patch card and an additional autograph or signed patch card.
2015 Panini Contenders Draft Picks Football kicks off the card maker’s NCAA near-exclusive license with six autographs per hobby box. Players in the 2015 NFL Draft are emphasized.
2015 Leaf US Army All-American Football offers early autographs from some of the best high school players. Each box of the all-autograph product has 12 cards.
2015 Topps Mini Chrome Football takes the overall look and feel of the regular-sized version and shrinks it down. Hobby boxes come with one autograph.
2015 Leaf Clear Football is an all-autograph release done on acetate stock. Boxes come with five cards. Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston are among those signing for the set.
Looking for autographs of 2015 prospects in quantity? That would be 2015 Sage Autographed Football, which has 24 signed cards per box.
2015 Topps Chrome Football returns with the Refractors and promise of one Rookie Autograph per hobby box that collectors have come to expect from the brand.
2015 Topps Finest Football brings back the shiny and colorful designs its known for. Boxes come with both a Rookie Autograph Patch, an Autographed Jumbo Relic and a handful of other inserts including a throwback to 1995 Finest.
Although the 700-card base set is largely inexpensive, 1992 Stadium Club Football is led by the second-year card for Brett Favre which maintains strong values.
Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota and other key picks from the 2015 draft are highlighted in 2015 Leaf Draft Rookie Acetate Football. The small factory set is done with the 1990 Leaf design.
If you’re a player collector, 2015 Topps High Tek Football takes variations to another level. The all-acetate set has several designs for every base card. Single-pack boxes include one autograph.
Atomic Refractors and a deep rookie class makes 1996 Bowman’s Best Football popular with collectors many years later. Top rookie card options include Ray Lewis, Marvin Harrison, Eddie George, Terrell Owens and more.
2015 Topps Valor Football is ready for battle once again. The stylized set returns with an autographed relic, autograph, jumbo relic and relic card in every hobby box.
2015 Topps Triple Threads Football brings plenty of autographs and memorabilia cards. Among the hits in each master box are an autographed triple relic and a rookie autographed relic.
2015 Leaf Ultimate Draft Football is another all-autograph product showcasing players slated for the 2015 NFL Draft. Boxes come with five cards. Signers include Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston.
2014 Topps Five Star Football marks the company’s premium peak for the NFL season. The ultra high-end product has six total autographs and memorabilia cards per box.
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.