Revel in being the underdog. Slip into teamwork overdrive, engage your John Robertson, Kenny Burns and John McGovern and deliver your Time Vault Soccer card game opponent a right good footballing humping, Brian Clough and Peter Taylor style! Mwhahaha.
England 1977/78. Virgina Wade wins Wimbledon. Kenny Dalglish becomes Britain’s most expense footballer signing from Celtic to Liverpool and Brian Clough & Peter Taylor say “hold our beers”.
England 1960/61. Boots made from lead. Balls made from osmium. Pitches built on swamps. Oh, and Tottenham Hotspur rocked the footballing world by becoming the first club in the twentieth century to do the English Double. That’s winning the top division and the FA Cup in the same season. Ace!
World Cup winners Italy ’82 deliver a thumping twist to the Time Vault Soccer football card game. Grab your squad and hit the pub coz you’re in for a treat. A treat for you. Not your opponent. They’re going to be sulking like an 8 year old!
Eric Cantona didn’t say “do not despise the snake for having no horns, for who is to say it will not become a dragon? So may one man become an army”… it was the narrator from the Water Margin. Regardless, it explains why you need the Time Vault Soccer Transfer Window in your life.
Bobby Charlton, Manchester United’s World Cup winning football legend now features in the Time Vault Soccer Hall of Fame. We explain what he does and why he’s one of the most sort after soccer cards in the game.