Another Milestone in the History of Electric Football

No photo description available.Today marks the day of yet another significant milestone in the history of ELECTRIC FOOTBALL.

Today marks the release of the latest documentary film to feature the game and hobby of ELECTRIC FOOTBALL.  Ray Spivey And Lisa Robertson have combined their incredible talents, to create and produce this outstanding, sure-to-be, award winning production chronicling the History of Electric Football and NFL Properties.  

ELECTRIC FOOTBALL WAS THE FIRST #1 LICENSEE OF NFL PROPERTIES!!

Invented in 1948 by Norman SAS and first introduced to the toy market in 1949, the game achieved iconic status as the most popular game of table top sports games in the 1960’s and ’70’s  when Tudor Games obtained it’s NFL License in 1966 and produced the first NFL branded games of ELECTRIC FOOTBALL in 1967.   

The Museum is proud to have in it’s collection these 2 first models made and sold under the NFL brand.  

Tudor Games NFL and AFL Game Sets and the Rare Otasco Super Bowl game board and other NFL game boards.

Currently, this production of “GAME ON: The Story of Electric Football” is only available to rent or purchase by signing up on  the gameonfilm.com website. 

Thanks to Ray and Lisa for creating producing and making available this significantly, historical documentary.  

Author: nefgm6

Founder and Curator - The National ELECTRIC FOOTBALL Game Museum

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