PLEASE WATCH MY VIDEO OF MY SCRAP BOOK AS IT'S THE ONLY WAY TO SEE ALL THE MEMORABILIA AND PHOTOS. The 1969 - 1970 Kansas City Chiefs were the Super Bowl IV World Champions by upsetting the Minnesota Vikings 23 - 7 on January 11, 1970. The Chiefs were known for a ferocious defense led by Buck Buchannan, Johnny Robinson, Curly Culp, Booby Bell, Willie Lanier and Emmett Thomas to name a few. The offense was led by Lenny Dawson, Otis Taylor, Mike Garrett and a tough offensive line. Hank Stram was the Chiefs animated coach!This book contains lots of stats and literature on the 1969 - 1970 Chiefs season as well as all the box scores for all the Chiefs games that year. There are over 150 glossy photos and another 60 plus mini photos of the Super Bowl game. There is a complete set of 1970 Topps Kansas City Chiefs football cards as well as several Pro Set SB cards and a special Len Dawson card also made in 1970 by Topps. These cards are displayed in scrap book format surrounded by glossy photos. There are 3 Sports Illustrated Magazines from 1969 and 1970 as well as a very rare GAME PROGRAM from the actual Super Bowl Game played on Jun 11, 1970. The literature on the game truly takes you back in time to 1969 as multiple writers combine to tell the story before the game, during the game and in the locker room for the celebration!!! I will keep 1 for myself. Perfect gift for a Chiefs Fan! Stores away all of your football teams memorabilia collection in one a safe place. No more worrying about the kids friends or party scavengers snatching a piece of your collection when your not in your office or man cave. A classy presentation filled with memorabilia & a storyline of vintage Super Bowl history. A scrapbook that takes you back in time to your favorite teams Super Bowl season!
Every game, all the stats and all the history. This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Football-NFL\Photos".The seller is "vintagefootballcards4sale" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.