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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- 2011 Football Cards
Loaded with rookies, 1989 Score Football is one of the few Junk Wax Era sets to hold strong on the secondary market. Barry Sanders, Troy Aikman and Deion Sanders are among the rookie cards in the set.
2012 Fleer Retro Football sees plenty of 1990s inserts make the jump to the gridiron. Hobby boxes deliver six autographs and four inserts. Precious Metal Gems make their return to football.
2012 Panini Crown Royale Football see the return of the brand’s distinct die cut designs. Every pack has lots of variety, including either an autograph or memorabilia card. Popular Rookie Silhouettes Signatures return, falling one per box.
Celebrating its 20th season in the hobby, 2012 Panini Contenders delivers five autographs in every box, including a pair of on-card signatures. Rookie Ticket Autographs are inspired by the landmark 1998 Playoff Contenders design.
Every card in 2012 Panini Limited Football comes numbered to 399 or less. Single-pack boxes promise three hits including at least one autograph.
2013 Sage Hit Low Series Football brings some of the first autographs from the 2013 rookie class. Hobby boxes deliver six autographs and a total of 30 insert cards.
2012 Topps Magic Football promises three autographs in every box. The set has an old-school feel that includes tons of inserts, bonus relics, mini cards and one of the most comprehensive signature lineups of the season.
2012 Panini Prizm brings lots of color and shine to the gridiron. Featuring a textured look and several colorful parallels, the set includes 100 rookie cards. Hobby boxes boast two autographs.
2013 Leaf Valiant Football is an all-autograph release offering some of the first cards of the year’s rookie class. Every box comes with five autographs.
2013 Leaf Metal Draft Football is an all-autograph release focusing on the top players in the 2013 NFL Draft. Every box comes with five on-card signatures.
Looking to the future of football, 2013 Leaf US Army All-American Bowl Football delivers 12 autographs in every box. For prospectors, this could be a long-term project as featured players are high school all-stars.
2012 Bowman Sterling Football is a rookie-heavy set. Every pack comes with a rookie autograph, a jumbo memorabilia card and three additional rookie cards.
2012 Topps Strata Football is a new rookie-inspired brand. The centerpieces are layered cards that have an autographed piece of clear acetate place over top of a jumbo memorabilia swatch. Hobby boxes promise at least three hits.
2012 Upper Deck University of Alabama Football is an in-depth look at one of the nation’s most accomplished pigskin programs. Every box comes with an autograph and more than 40 inserts.
2012 SP Authentic Football promises three autographs in every box including an SP Rookie Auto Patch card. Other highlights of the NCAA-licensed set include acetate Stadium Authentics cards and SP Threads bonus packs.
Panini takes a stab at a “black” line of their own with 2012 Panini Black Football. Boxes come with five hits including at least three autographs. Other highlights include autographed patch rookie cards and redemptions for sets of printing plates.
2012 Topps Triple Threads Football sees the return of the big hits collectors have come to expect from the brand. Autographs and memorabilia swatches fly once again in this high-end release.
2012 Topps Chrome Football arrives with its popular mix of rookies, Refractors and autographs. The rookie-heavy set has three new Refractor versions, inserts based on classic designs and a big mix of signature possibilities.
2012 Absolute Football promises either an autograph or memorabilia card in every pack. Highlights of the set include on-card rookie autographs and low-numbered autographed patch cards from football’s veterans and Hall of Famers.
Just as the name suggests, 2012 Panini Prime Signatures Football celebrates autographs. With one signature card falling in every pack, collectors can also chase multi-signed cards and autographed memorabilia cards. All rookie cards have on-card signatures.