Here you will find sets for the winners of England's top Football League.
Each 18 set contains cards for a Season Preview, Month by Month Reviews, Manager, Captain, Top Scorer, Most Appearances, Headliners and a Season Summary.
On the front of the Month by Month review cards is an image of a prominent player from the team and on the reverse of those cards is the player's profile and highlights from the matches played in that month.
The "TRADINGCARDS1966" trademark will not be on the cards you receive.
Each set is £5.00
Harry Potts led Burnley to the Division One Title in 1960. John Connelly top scored with 20 goals.
The legendary manager, Bill Nicholson, achieved the League and Cup double in 1961. Bobby Smith scored 28 times as Captain Danny Blanchflower lifted the trophy.
Alf Ramsey led Ipswich Town out of Division Two and they won the Division One title the following season. Ray Crawford topped scored with 33 goals.
Everton took the title for the first time since 1939. Captain Roy Vernon top scored with 24 goals.
Joe Mercer led Manchester City to their first league title since 1937 with Tony Book as his Captain. Neil Young top scored with 19 goals.
Don Revie's Leeds United had tasted success in cup competitions and this league title was the icing on the cake. Mick Jones set them on their way with 14 goals
Harry Catterick's Everton won the 1969-70 Division one title captained by Brian Labone. Joe Royle hit the net 23 times.
Don Revie led Leeds United to their second League title. Captain Billy Bremner lifted the trophy and Mick Jones topped scored on 14 goals.
Dave Mackay's Derby County followed up their title success of 1972 with another triumph in 1975. Bruce Rioch top scored with 15 League goals in 42 games.
Brian Clough took Forest to the title in their first season back in the top flight. Peter Withe and John Robertson both scored 12 goals each.
Ron Saunders led Aston Villa to the title in 1981. Peter Withe top scored with 20 goals.
One season after being promoted from Division Two Howard Wilkinson took Leeds United to the Division one title. Lee Chapman scored 16 goals.
Kenny Dalglish led Blackburn Rovers to their first League Championship since 1914. Alan Shearer top scored with 34 League Goals.