"preserving the buzzzzz…" The National ELECTRIC FOOTBALL Game Museum is dedicated to preseving the history of the game, the memories of the generation who grew up playing the game and the innovations in technology that have allowed this game to endure into the 21st century.
This collection features the figures of electric football, from the first 2 dimensional stamped metal and polystyrene figures to the modern day 3d injection molded figures and 3d printed figures.
The following are examples of the the basic stock figures available from the various manufactures of electric football games such as Tudor, Coleco and Munro from the Vintage period of 1949 – 1989, Miggle Toys, Playtime and Excalibur Electronics from the modern period of 1991 – 2010.
An excellent collection of Tudor “Gorilla” figures. Owned by J. E. Gibbi. Photos by J. E. Gibbi.
footballfigure.net or “Reggie Figures” are the stock figures produced by Electric Football Legend Reginald Rutledge. Originally produced in the early 2000’s these were some of the first figures available other than figures form Tudor. They came in bags of 24 individually posed action figures. They are injection molded and manufactured in China.
In September of 2021 Tudor Games introduced Uni-Forms, a vinyl sticker that wraps around the figures eliminating the need to paint the figures and gives Tudor greater flexibility in satisfying consumer demand for current team NFL uniforms. Included in every box is the stickers needed to field an 11-player team of “Fab 5” figures with pre-painted bases and skin tones, application tools and instructions.