Since the 1940's the
TUDOR ELECTRIC FOOTBALL GAME has been delighting, and
frustrating, kids and fanatics everywhere.
Starting in the mid-1960's TUDOR began selling ELECTRIC
FOOTBALL GAMES that
included official NFL teams. After
many years TUDOR sold the rights and in the 1990's it became known as
the MIGGLE ELECTRIC FOOTBALL GAME. The game continues to be
produced today. MIGGLE has lost the rights to produce
NFL teams but they do still produce NCAA college football
When one considers the variations in artwork, board size and game components there are in excess of 100 different editions of the ELECTRIC FOOTBALL game itself . Additional teams could also be purchased separately in both home and road uniforms and in the 40 years that they were produced Tudor (and later Miggle) issued well over 500 different variations of teams.