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1967 Topps Football Cards

1967 Topps Football Cards

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The 1967 Topps Football card set would be their final AFL-only release. Just as the previous year, the set consists of 132 standard-sized cards, measuring 2-1/2 by 3-1/2 inches. The set is anchored by veterans and future Hall of Fame players, including Joe Namath (#98), Jack Kemp (#24), Len Dawson (#61), Fred Biletnikoff (#106), and Lance Alworth (#123). Unfortunately, there are no noteworthy rookie cards in the set other than Wahoo McDaniel (#82). Despite not achieving success on the gridiron, McDaniel did gain fame as a professional wrestler.


The 1967 Topps Football card set perfectly captures the AFL's colorful and flashy style of play, by using vibrant colors and a detailed design. The card fronts feature an oval-shaped player picture. A brightly-colored frame surrounds most of the card, with the player's team name in a unique font designed to fit the corner. A footer area stretches out below the player, displaying his name and position. The colors are consistent throughout each team and a white border surrounds the entire design. The back of the cards are laid out in a vertical orientation. A black circle in the upper left contains the card number and the player's name runs along the top, and the team, position and vital stats follow. Certain players have an area designated for year/lifetime statistics, while others simply mention the AFL broadcasts on NBC-TV. A short biographical write-up follows. There is also a generic cartoon at the bottom that is accompanied by a trivia question.

Like Topps' other AFL-only sets, the 1967 football cards are arranged so each team is grouped together throughout the set. The teams are arranged in alphabetical order by city, while each player is ordered alphabetically by his last name. There are no team photo cards, however, there are two checklist cards (#'s 59 and 132).

Printing and Distribution

Printed on a single 264-card press sheet, there are no short prints. Interesting to note, 33 of the cards were reprinted as part of a Milton Bradley game and are occasionally found in collections. They can be identified by a light yellow color on their backs, as opposed to the gold of the original cards. Primarily distributed in 5c wax packs, the cards, in addition to being accompanied by the customary piece of bubble gum, contained one of 31 different Comic Pennant sticker cards. The stickers were not very popular at the time of their release and are considered to be scarce.

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Key Cards

Key 1967 Topps Football Cards

Joe Namath #98

1967 Topps Football Cards 1

Jack Kemp #24

1967 Topps Football Cards 2

Checklist #132

1967 Topps Football Cards 3

Wahoo McDaniel RC #82

1967 Topps Football Cards 4

Len Dawson #61

1967 Topps Football Cards 5

1967 Topps Football Cards 6

Set Checklist

1967 Topps Football Set Checklist

Base Set Checklist

Featuring 132 cards

1 John Huarte
2 Babe Parilli
3 Gino Cappelletti
4 Larry Garron
5 Tommy Addison
6 Jon Morris
7 Houston Antwine
8 Don Oakes
9 Larry Eisenhauer
10 Jim Hunt RC
11 Jim Whalen
12 Art Graham
13 Nick Buoniconti
14 Bob Dee
15 Keith Lincoln
16 Tom Flores
17 Art Powell
18 Stew Barber
19 Wray Carlton
20 Elbert Dubenion
21 Jim Dunaway
22 Dick Hudson
23 Harry Jacobs
24 Jack Kemp
25 Ron McDole
26 George Saimes
27 Tom Sestak
28 Billy Shaw
29 Mike Stratton
30 Nemiah Wilson RC
31 John McCormick
32 Rex Mirich RC
33 Dave Costa
34 Goose Gonsoulin
35 Abner Haynes
36 Wendell Hayes
37 Archie Matsos
38 John Bramlett RC
39 Jerry Sturm
40 Max Leetzow RC
41 Bob Scarpitto
42 Lionel Taylor
43 Al Denson
44 Miller Farr RC
45 Don Trull
46 Jack Lee
47 Bobby Jancik
48 Ode Burrell
49 Larry Elkins
50 W.K. Hicks RC
51 Sid Blanks
52 Jim Norton
53 Bobby Maples RC
54 Bob Talamini
55 Walt Suggs
56 Gary Cutsinger
57 Danny Brabham
58 Ernie Ladd
59 Checklist
60 Pete Beathard
61 Len Dawson
62 Bobby Hunt
63 Bert Coan RC
64 Curtis McClinton
65 Johnny Robinson
66 E.J. Holub
67 Jerry Mays
68 Jim Tyrer
69 Bobby Bell
70 Fred Arbanas
71 Buck Buchanan
72 Chris Burford
73 Otis Taylor
74 Cookie Gilchrist
75 Earl Faison
76 George Wilson Jr. RC
77 Rick Norton RC
78 Frank Jackson
79 Joe Auer RC
80 Willie West
81 Jim Warren
82 Wahoo McDaniel RC
83 Ernie Park RC
84 Bill Neighbors
85 Norm Evans
86 Tom Nomina
87 Rich Zecher RC
88 Dave Kocourek
89 Bill Baird
90 Ralph Baker
91 Verlon Biggs
92 Sam DeLuca
93 Larry Grantham
94 Jim Harris RC
95 Winston Hill
96 Bill Mathis
97 Don Maynard
98 Joe Namath
99 Gerry Philbin
100 Paul Rochester
101 George Sauer Jr.
102 Matt Snell
103 Daryle Lamonica
104 Glenn Bass
105 Jim Otto
106 Fred Biletnikoff
107 Cotton Davidson
108 Larry Todd
109 Billy Cannon
110 Clem Daniels
111 Dave Grayson
112 Kent McCloughan RC
113 Bob Svihus RC
114 Ike Lassiter
115 Harry Schuh
116 Ben Davidson
117 Tom Day
118 Scott Appleton
119 Steve Tensi RC
120 John Hadl
121 Paul Lowe
122 Jim Allison RC
123 Lance Alworth
124 Jacque MacKinnon
125 Ron Mix
126 Bob Petrich
127 Howard Kindig RC
128 Steve DeLong
129 Chuck Allen
130 Frank Buncom
131 Speedy Duncan RC
132 Checklist

Comic Pennants Set Checklist

Featuring 31 cards

1 Navel Academy
2 City College (of useless knowledge)
3 Notre Dame
4 Psychedelic State
5 Minneapolis Mini-skirts
6 School of Art (go & Van Gogh)
7 Washington
8 School of Hard Knocks
9 Alaska (if I see her)
10 Confused State
11 Yale Locks
12 University of Transylvania
13 Down With Teachers
14 Cornell
15 Houston Oilers (your're a fink)
16 Harvard (flunked out)
17 Diskotech
18 Dropout U.
19 Air Force (gas masks)
20 Nutstu U.
21 Michigan State Pen
22 Denver Broncos
23 Buffalo Bills (without paying my)
24 Army of Dropouts
25 Miami Dolphins (bitten by two)
26 Kansas City
27 Boston Patriots
28 Oakland Raiders (Fat People In)
29 West Point (I'd Go)
30 New York Jets
31 San Diego Chargers

Rob is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff and co-host of Cardboard Connection Radio.He is an avid collector with over 20 years of active experience in the hobby.

User Reviews

rene M leroux
rene M leroux

I rate the set a 4. It is an excellent product. As an experienced collector, the design, colors and photography of the set are well done. The set is very hard to accumulate, because of scarcity.

Phil Chmiel
Phil Chmiel

My all-time favorite set. I built one of these from scratch and had some graded. I love the colors. Gold and Blue for Buffalo, Pink and Black for Oakland, Green and Aqua for Miami and so on. Hats off to the designer. A few bigger rookies would have helped.

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