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 Football Cards
2013 Press Pass Showcase Football is the company’s premium pigskin release. Focusing on the 2013 rookie class, single-pack boxes have six autographs and one jersey card.
2013 Leaf Legends of the Gridiron Football joins the growing stable of Leaf cut signature products. Focusing on football’s greats, every box consists of an encapsulated cut signature card.
2012 Topps Five Star Football delivers five high-end hits in every box, including four autographs. One of the most popular and most expensive sets of the year, autographed patch rookie cards are among the major pulls.
2013 Sage Autographed Football delivers a pair of signatures and a low-numbered insert in every pack. Focusing of the 2013 draft class, the checklist has more than 60 prospects.
2013 Press Pass FanFare Football is an all-autograph release that focuses on the top football prospects of 2013. Every hobby box delivers five on-card signatures.
2013 Upper Deck Football delivers three autographs per box. The flagship college football set also sees the return of numbered Ultimate Rookies and College Mascot Patch cards.
Offered as an online exclusive, 2012 Topps Turkey Red Football is an all-rookies product. Single-pack boxes deliver 11 cards including one autograph.
2012 Panini National Treasures Football is one of the premier sets of the year. Each single-pack box delivers six hits including plenty of ultra high-end patches and low-numbered rookie cards.
2012 Panini Playbook Football brings high-end book cards to the masses. Every single-pack box includes three of the premium hits, including one autographed rookie card.
Presenting the NFL’s rookies and greats, 2012 Topps Valor Football delivers three autographs and one rookie patch card in every single-pack box. The new brand uses bold designs throughout.
2012 Panini Totally Certified Football delivers a hit in every pack. Each box promises a numbered autographed rookie card. The set features distinct designs, several autographed memorabilia insert sets and the return of HRX video cards.
Aimed at gridiron prospectors, 2013 Sage Hit High Series Football focuses on the year’s draft class. Hobby boxes deliver nine autographs and bookend the 2013 Sage Hit lineup.
2013 Press Pass Football delivers some of the first cards of the 2013 NFL rookie class. Every box includes six on-card autographs.
2012 Topps Supreme Football delivers a low-numbered autograph, relic or autographed relic in every pack. Mixing rookies, veterans and legends, the checklist presents a lot of intriguing options for collectors.
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.