In this super-premium football-collecting era earmarked by big-ticket autographs, multi-colored memorabilia pieces and the demand for more mojo (hey, Panini America loves those things, too, and specializes in delivering them), it's nice to know there's still an everyman product like Score Football that appeals equally to hardcore hobbyists and new collectors alike.
In this super-premium football-collecting era earmarked by big-ticket autographs, multi-colored memorabilia pieces and the demand for more mojo (hey, Panini America loves those things, too, and specializes in delivering them), it’s nice to know there’s still an everyman product like Score Football that appeals equally to hardcore hobbyists and new collectors alike.
For more than two decades, Score Football has provided one of the biggest bang-for-a-buck collecting experiences on the planet, complete with slight touches of high-end necessity and a universally appealing mix of Rookie Cards, colorful inserts and fun — all for just 99 cents a pack.
That winning recipe will carry the day once again when the inviting 2011 Score Football hits stores in late June, with 36-pack boxes yielding 36 Rookie Cards, 36 Glossy Parallels, six Hot Rookies, six In The Zone, four Millennium Men, four Complete Players and six additional parallels per box.
In addition, 2011 Score Football will also deliver five autographs per case.
The product will also be distributed in 11-pack blasters that carry a $9.99 SRP and offer 11 Rookie Cards, 11 Glossy Parallels, five additional inserts or parallels and one autograph per case.
Please enjoy the sneak preview gallery below and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for the latest updates on all Panini America releases.
12 Replies to “Panini Peek: 2011 Score Football”
Great looking cards even though most consider score such low end.
Looking forward to breaking a couple cases at Thehobbytalk.com
Is the rookie photograph used in this preview actually what will be used for the product or is it just filler until after draft day? One of my favorite things about Score every year is that it’s one of the first chances to get the latest rookie class photographed in their pro uniforms and I would be highly disappointed to find that changed in this year’s product!
I’m pretty sure these are just FPO (for position only) images, Tom.
How many cards are there going to be in the set? Will we see a checklist soon?
The “In the Zone” card is really nice looking.
i didnt know score was a panini product???
im new to collecting foolsball so idk much lol
look forward to adding some of these to me JT Pc
Let me be the first to welcome you to this great hobby. Here’s hoping it’s everything you want it to be.
LONG LIVE SCORE FOOTBALL – I LOVE IT. Great Price. No Gloss. A deep checklist. Collectible. It fun.
I love you bringing back the old school logo.
Score football 24 years and counting, now.
YES! LONG LIVE SCORE FOOTBALL
score has been one of the biggest money makers for me
the sets usually get 40.00 at first
Sweet, can’t wait. Looks like another solid year for score and love the design.