Panini America Offers Detailed First Look at 2015 Score Football (Preview Gallery)
Panini America’s landmark Score Football is readying for another epic season. Entering its 27th year as football collecting’s early season product of choice, the 2015 edition of Score Football will deliver a massive 400-card base set (including more than 100 Rookie Cards featuring players in the their college uniforms), new inserts such as Die-Cut Puzzle cards and Gridiron Heritage, and a checklist-busting assortment of parallels.
Set to release in late June, each box of 2015 Score Football (12 cards per pack, 24 packs per box) will yield one autograph or memorabilia card and each pack will deliver up to three Rookie Cards. The new Die-Cut Puzzle cards will allow collectors to piece together their favorite fantasy trios with Ground Gainers, Precision Passers and Playmakers versions.
Other highlights of 2015 Score Football include . . .
- The fabled Inscriptions autograph insert featuring NFL superstars such as Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and more.
- The new Gridiron Heritage insert that honors the game’s greatest legends such as Dan Marino, Barry Sanders, Jerry Rice and more with a classic throwback design.
- A colorful, action-packed base set paralleled by Showcase (numbered to 99), Gold Zone (numbered to 50), Artist Proof (numbered to 35), Red Zone (numbered to 20), First Down (numbered to 10), End Zone (numbered to six) and Gem Masters (numbered to only one).
- The comprehensive Rookie Signatures insert featuring a bevy of collectible forms, including Showcase (numbered to 99 or less), Gold Zone (numbered to 50 or less), Artist Proofs (numbered to 35 or less), Red Zone (numbered to 20 or less), First Down (numbered to 10 or less), End Zone (numbered to six or less), and Gem Masters and Printing Plate 1/1s.
We’ll have plenty more on 2015 Score Football in the coming weeks right here on The Knight’s Lance. But for now, enjoy this first extended sneak peek:
All information is accurate at the time of posting – content is subject to change. Card images are solely for the purpose of design display. Actual images used on cards to be determined.