70th Anniversary

70th Anniversary




We Need YOUR VOTE to Immortalize Electric Football in the National Toy Hall of Fame!

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Vote for Tudor Electric Football now!



We're thrilled to announce the 70th Anniversary of Electric Football's introduction and a celebration of “The World’s Favorite Football Game.” Electric Football began in post-war Brooklyn, NY as a plug-in vibrating board game where chaos reigned, much to the delight of kids and the toy business who had never seen anything like it. Today, over 40 million Electric Football games have been sold and leagues are thriving across the country and around the world!


We're Celebrating Our Customers!

Without our loyal customers there would be no Tudor Games. We appreciate your support and passion for this game we all love. Now let the world know about it! Be proud to wave the Electric Football flag! Television, press, and online outreach are just part of the the things we have planned to raise awareness of the 70th Anniversary.


We're thrilled to announce the 70th Anniversary of Electric Football's introduction and a celebration of “The World’s Favorite Football Game.” Electric Football began in post-war Brooklyn, NY as a plug-in vibrating board game where chaos reigned, much to the delight of kids and the toy business who had never seen anything like it. Today, over 40 million Electric Football games have been sold and leagues are thriving across the country and around the world!


We Need YOUR VOTE to Immortalize Electric Football in the National Toy Hall of Fame!

Follow this link, only one click needed to vote!

Vote for Tudor Electric Football now!


About Electric Football

Invented in the late 1940s, Electric Football made its debut at New York Toy Fair as the fledgling National Football League (NFL) and college football were gaining popularity thanks to the spread of television broadcasting. “It was a marriage made in heaven,” said Earl Shores, author of several books on Electric Football and The Unforgettable Buzz website. “Electric Football was football’s ‘home game,’ teaching football rules to generations of baby boomers who would make American-style football a sports institution in high schools, colleges and at the professional level.” Learn more about the history of Electric Football. Electric Football has the distinction of being one of the NFL’s longest-running licensed items, with the first officially licensed NFL Electric Football games being sold by Sears in 1961.