Favorite Links

Listed below are links to a few of our favorite websites.  We hope you enjoy them!

Tudor Games

 * * * Yes, you can still get a new Tudor electric football game! * * *

“Tudor Games is a manufacturer and distributor of sports games and hobby products led by its flagship brand, Electric Football. With nearly sixty-five years of continuous product success and more than 50 million units sold Tudor Games delivers authentic, hands-on fun and exciting sports experiences.” www.tudorgames.com


Time Warp Toys

One of the  coolest and most complete toy sites on the web. They sell the toys and tell the history as well. You’ve got to see it to believe it.


C_A_Panther Electric Football

Charles Angell's C_A_Panther Tudor web site logo.

Charles Angell has team identification down to a science at his C_A_PANTHER web site. This site is a wonderful place to lose yourself in the daydreams of simpler times.



Miniature Football Coaches Association

MCFCA logo

The mission of this organization is “Assisting the miniature football hobbyist by promoting miniature football, educating the public and providing an association which recognizes and supports the diverse coaches and leagues.”




Girdiron Greats Assistance Fund

“The GGAF’s mission is to assist dire need retired NFL players who were pioneers of the game and who have greatly contributed to the NFL’s status as the most popular sport in America.”




Helmet Hut

“Helmet Hut is an electronic helmet museum that provides historical information and pictures related to professional and college football helmets that were worn from the 1950s through the 1970s.”




National Toy Hall of Fame

Logo for the National Toy Hall of Fame“The National Toy Hall of Fame® at The Strong, established in 1998, recognizes toys that have inspired creative play and enjoyed popularity over a sustained period.”



Remember the AFL

Logo for Remember the AFLThis is the “official site of AFL fans,” a website dedicated to documenting and honoring the history of the American Football League and its players.




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