Footy Card Guide2023-09-25T11:15:14+10:00

Footy Cards – AFL Football Card Price Guide

Welcome to Footy Card Guide. For decades, the AFL football card collecting industry has been crying out for a price guide and for the last 2 years, we have been tirelessly working to fill this void. The timing seems right, with footy cards reaching a new level of popularity in recent times as more fans flock into the hobby. But with so many releases on the market now, all with varying levels of difficulty and popularity, it can be hard for the average collector to keep up. Enter Footy Card Guide!

Our team have been following the industry closely since the early 2000s, with many of us being passionate collectors since the 1980s. Every day we are reviewing social channels, eBay, hobby stores and card collecting groups to help compile our very comprehensive guide. We also look at historical data, player popularity, longevity, and of course, the specific releases themselves.

Our guide will continue to grow as we keep adding sets, both past and present. Our free section offers a review of each set along with every single listing and a snapshot of popular cards. For an annual fee, you can get access to our members section which includes prices for all of these sets, along with special “player focus” pages where you can see the hottest cards of individual superstars that you may be following.

We hope you enjoy the website and would love to hear your feedback.

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Graded Cards

February 9th, 2023|News|

Recently we heard an argument by an authority in the industry that getting your footy cards professionally graded will NOT increase their value. They stated cards are graded to establish POPs (populations/number of cards that exist in that condition) but since footy cards are already numbered, POPs are irrelevant. Correct

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