Team logos, colors, and players’ names and positions are highlighted in a throwback-styled layout.
The back of every player card provides full WFL statistics, player measurements, and career biographies.
High-quality, candid, rare photography, featuring both action shots and team media pictures.
Sports Collectors Digest reviewed our Series IV and WFL QB Collection on November 6, 2015. Tom Bartsch, Managing Editor, of SCD wrote a nice review for his Blog, "The Infield Dirt."
Editor Bob Swick reviewed our Series III and Die-Cut Cards, for his Spring 2015 edition of Gridiron Greats Magazine.
Andy Crossley, the curator for Fun While it Lasted, recently had a Q and A with World Football Cards' contributors Greg Allred, Richie Franklin, Bill Jones, and Willie OBurke to discuss our Series II, Series III and WFL Die-Cut cards, and to find out the latest in our attempt to preserve our WFL cardboard tribute.
Rich Mueller, Editor and Founder of Sports Collectors Daily, reviewed our Series III and Die-Cut WFL cards on his Web site. The article was written on December 23, 2014.
Sports Collectors Digest Managing Editor, Tom Bartsch recently reviewed the WFL Football Cards Series III and Die-Cut cards in his blog, "The Infield Dirt" on December 10, 2014.
Bob Swick, Editor of Gridiron Greats Magazine reviewed our Series II WFL Football Cards for his Spring 2014 publication.
Tom Bartsch, Managing Editor, of Sports Collectors Digest, covered our Series II WFL Football Cards in his blog, "The Infield Dirt" on March 13, 2014.
Sports Collectors Daily, recently reviewed our WFL Football Cards on their Web site and Facebook page. Click here to read the article written on March 13, 2014 by Rich Mueller.
Sports Collectors Digest, the voice for the hobby, mentioned World Football League cards in their August 23, 2013 edition. Tom Bartsch, Managing Editor, covered the Series I set in his, "The Infield Dirt" blog.
Fun While it Lasted, a blog specializing in "dead" sports teams, recently had a Q and A with World Football Cards' contributors Greg Allred, Richie Franklin, Bill Jones, and Willie OBurke in order to find out the passion and effort it took to bring the Series I card set to life.
Gridiron Greats Magazine reviewed our Series I, WFL Football Cards. The review was written by Bob Swick, Editor.
WFL Football Cards was featured on the Leatherheads of the Gridiron: Football History and Its Memorabilia podcast. Host Bob Swick and co-host Joe Squires interviewed guests Bill Jones, Willie OBurke, Greg Allred, and Richie Franklin of WFL Football Cards.
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