Football Cards: Values, Prices & Trading

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About Football Trading Cards

Updated at May 08, 2023
There are currently 2080132 Trading Cards and 5731 Trading Card Sets of Football Trading Cards in our Database.

The most valuable Football card is currently 2000 Bowman Chrome Refractors #236 Tom Brady PSA 10 in Bowman Chrome set from 2000 with a worth of approx. $498,000.00. This card was traded 1 times on ebay in the past year. The price range was $498,000.00 to $498,000.00.

Other Football Cards of to watch are:
  • 2000 Bowman Chrome #236 Tom Brady PSA 10, released in 2000 in Bowman Chrome set with a value of approx. $7,721.00
  • 2000 Bowman Chrome #236 Tom Brady PSA 10, released in 2000 in Bowman Chrome set with a value of approx. $7,002.00
  • 1986 Topps #161 Jerry Rice, released in 1986 in Topps set with a value of approx. $46.00

  • Overall about 94349 of Football Cards have been traded in the last 30 days on eBay. The average Price was $35.10. The price range was $0.01 for 2022 Donruss Canvas #305 Sam Howell to $55,200.00 for 1976 Topps #148 Walter Payton PSA 10
    The value of Football trading cards has been decreasing for about -0.076% in the past 7 days.
    The most traded Football trading card in the past 30 days on eBay was from 2022 by Panini Prizm set with 566 trades and an average price of $12.79.

    The History of Football Cards

    The history of football trading cards is long and fascinating. Football trading cards have been a fixture of the sport's culture and fandom for quite some time, giving fans an opportunity to connect with their favorite players and teams in a personally meaningful way. Over time, these cards have evolved significantly and become more valuable for collectors and investors alike.

    When tobacco companies published the first football trading cards in the late 1800s, few would suspect that these bits of cardboard would increase in value so much and be worth a lot of money some day. Vintage football cards from that time feature black and white images of well-known players that have become popular and valuable memorabilia. Some early football cards were included in multi-sport sets that featured players from other sports, too.

    Companies like the American Tobacco Company and the Imperial Tobacco Company started making their own football-only trading card sets in the early 1900s. These cards, commonly packed with chewing gum, showed vivid drawings of football players that made them all the more popular at the time and more valuable today.

    NFL Football trading cards were also produced by sports card publishers as football's popularity expanded and the value of cards increased. Football trading cards have been published by many companies over the years, including Fleer, Topps, Upper Deck, and Panini as the contract with the NFL has shifted. Each year, these companies create new sets of cards that showcase the best players of the current season, with cards featuring championship players, MVPs, and exceptional rookies generally increasing in value the most.

    Which NFL Football Cards are worth money?

    NFL Football cards come in a variety of designs and special editions. Like other sports cards, holographic and parallel variation are printed, often in limited quantities, which can further drive up their value. Additionally, certain cards are a part of exclusive collections or promotions, which can also increase their value to collectors and make them worth a lot of money.

    Some collectors desire certain player cards depending upon their favorite teams . Others might prefer cards featuring high-rated players that will appreciate in value the most. Still others may choose cards featuring uncommon or hard to find players. In the end, the cards which a collector really wants are the ones they will value the highest.

    The football card collecting hobby has grown significantly over the years, and there are numerous forums and websites that collectors use to trade cards and discuss the value of their card collections. NFL Football card collecting remains popular and the world has many passionate collectors always on the lookout for new cards to add value and interest to their collections.

    All Football Players

    Name
    Average cards price
    Cards in database
    Tracked cards
    Performance index
    7 Days Change
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    $61.19
    189
    71
    10,701.81
    1.86%
    $466.32
    846
    178
    12,489.37
    1.18%
    $549.47
    85
    19
    10,000
    23.23%
    $162.71
    140
    28
    9,887.86
    0.25%
    $150.84
    1,777
    313
    12,856.25
    4.7%
    $56.33
    277
    62
    12,140.38
    4.23%
    $75.27
    3,756
    877
    12,203.62
    1.05%
    $232.68
    5,067
    829
    8,819.33
    1.09%
    $315.77
    13,295
    2,253
    11,016.71
    0.42%
    $115.63
    162
    31
    10,019.5
    0.04%
    $103.58
    5,350
    843
    9,746.29
    0.18%
    $117.89
    95
    27
    10,000
    -
    $80.83
    1,067
    340
    12,907.37
    2.17%
    $55.95
    2,078
    627
    11,173.65
    0.9%
    $155.48
    149
    31
    12,222.22
    0.97%
    $103.5
    105
    16
    9,597.64
    4.85%
    $44.13
    2,900
    649
    10,535.68
    3.14%
    $119.98
    5,095
    1,005
    9,262.09
    2.59%
    $116.33
    364
    72
    10,532.72
    0.35%
    $364.15
    2,292
    455
    14,485.81
    3.09%
    $51.6
    3,130
    661
    9,684.06
    0.08%
    $210.28
    11,612
    1,828
    10,046.56
    0.13%
    $819.26
    1,837
    575
    13,687.67
    0.86%
    $903.75
    2,580
    581
    13,421.43
    2.45%
    $164.12
    411
    57
    10,293.18
    0.38%
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