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
2013 SP Authentic Football mixes new elements with some designs from the brand’s past. Hobby boxes promise a minimum of three autographs including a Rookie Auto Patch card.
Thanks to condition-sensitive black borders and numerous short prints, completing the 1962 Topps Football can be a challenge. Rookie cards include Fran Tarkenton and Mike Ditka.
2013 Topps Supreme Football is a high-end offering that has one autograph, autographed relic or relic card per four-card box. The focus of the set is delivering a strong checklist that mixes veterans, retired players and rookies.
1961 Topps Football is the company’s first to showcase players from both the NFL and AFL. Key rookie cards include Don Maynard and Jim Otto.
1959 Topps Football features one of the most distinct designs of all-time. It was also the company’s biggest gridiron offering to date. Key rookies include Sam Huff and Jim Taylor.
1960 Topps Football may lack rookie firepower, but its simple structure and attractive design have made it a favorite among budget-minded set builders.
2013 Panini Prominence Football features reconfigured hobby boxes that now have multiple packs and two autographs. As with last year, multiple rookie autograph designs are among the set’s highlights.
Although 1958 Topps Football doesn’t have a lot of notable cards, it does include the rookie card of the legendary Jim Brown.
Thanks to its strong checklist and distinct design, 1957 Topps Football is one of the most beloved vintage sets in the hobby. Johnny Unitas and Bart Starr rookie cards lead the release.
1956 Topps Football marks the company’s debut as a licensed NFL football card maker. Key rookie cards include Lenny Moore and Roosevelt Brown.
1955 Topps All-American Football is regarded as one of the most important sets in the sport’s history. The collegiate set includes such legends as Red Grange, Jim Thorpe, Knute Rockne and a card of Notre Dame’s legendary Four Horsemen.
Celebrating its 15th year, 2013 Panini Rookies & Stars Football features several familiar elements from the brand’s pigskin launch. Hobby boxes promise 2 autographs and 2 additional hits.
2013 Topps Magic Football mixes a retro look and feel with a decent amount of ink. Hobby boxes include three autographs. The 330-card set includes 110 short prints.
1948 Bowman Football ushered in the sport’s modern era within the hobby. The 108-card set includes rookies of Sammy Baugh, Johnny Lujack, Charley Conerley and Bob Waterfield.
2013 Leaf Autographed Jersey Football is a product aimed at autographed memorabilia collectors. Each box has a signed custom jersey. Signers include a mix of current and retired stars.
1965 Philadelphia Football marks the company’s second year as the official NFL card producer. The checklist includes rookie cards of six Hall of Famers, including Paul Warfield and Charley Taylor.
2013 Super Box Football is a repurchase product put together by long-time hobby dealers SBay Cards. Each box has between one and five premium cards or autographed memorabilia pieces.
1964 Philadelphia Football marked the company’s first foray into the NFL. Key cards include Jim Brown, Johnny Unitas and Merlin Olsen.
The Cadillac of the company’s pigskin products, 2013 Topps Five Star Football delivers five premium hits per box including four autographs. All signatures are on-card for the ultra high-end set.
Making its gridiron debut, 2013 Topps Museum Collection Football delivers an autograph or memorabilia card in every pack. Boxes promise an autograph and an autographed relic.