First Look: 2011 Topps Supreme Football


By Andrew Tolentino | Football Editor

You can’t hurry love.

According to yesterday’s company release, collectors will just have to wait until early 2012 for 2011 Topps Supreme. The hobby-exclusive line is slated for a late-January arrival and its details are best absorbed with the following background music:


Living up to its brand name, Topps Supreme is a high-end, one-pack-per-box kind of product. Each concentrated break offers two base cards, one red parallel, one autograph, and one autograph Relic or Relic card.

16-box cases tell an even more superlative story, each guaranteeing:

  • Four autographed Relics (a new feature)
  • Four autographed Rookie Cards ( a new feature)
  • One multi-player autograph card
  • One single player autograph
  • One additional autograph in an aforementioned form
  • Five Supreme Relics

Supreme standouts from Supreme include Hall of Fame Cut Signatures, autographed six-piece Relic book cards, eight-autograph book cards, rookie quad Relics, Supreme rookie die-cut Relics, jumbo Supreme patch cards, and a plethora of parallels.

More images and maybe even another Supremes song after the jump.



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  1. mrozens 2 September, 2011 at 18:31

    I am sooooo tired of the same lame issue of football cards showing players wearing helmets. It the same thing over and over again. I can understand team players not wanting to draw personal attention to themselves and not the team. But really,put a huge logo on the card and show some faces…its really old.

  2. steve 4 September, 2011 at 01:25

    In a blind taste test……..4 out of 5 consumers couldnt tell the difference between 2010 supreme FB; and the preview images for the 2011 edition !!

    There is a 60:60 chance the test might need to be re-done

  3. Brian Schumacher 6 September, 2011 at 07:55

    Unless I am reading the article wrong, shouldn’t there be a minimum 20 autographs in each case? Topps states “…one autograph AND either one autographed relic or relic in each pack”. The 16 box case pack out states that there will only be 11 autographs in the case. Which is it? If you get one autograph per pack and with the guarantee of 4 additional autographed relics per case, the total should be 20 total autographs. Can you clear this up for me? Thanks

  4. Scott 7 September, 2011 at 04:34

    I don’t know why people are putting down Topps. Topps product’s this year have been five times better than Panini. Every Panini box I’ve bought has been nothing but a waste of money.

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