The National Football League’s 100-year celebration of its 100th birthday is set to begin on Thursday, Jan. 4.
The celebration will feature a tribute to former players, the unveiling of a replica of the stadium in Canton, Ohio, and the unveiling and unveiling of new uniforms.
The league’s official website is expected to provide the first glimpse of the uniform designs, which will be unveiled on the same day the league officially launches its first-ever commemorative bobblehead.
The bobbleheads will be priced at $1,500, with each bobble head representing one game played by a player, per the league’s website.
The NFL’s first 100-years commemorative commemorative coin will be issued, and will be limited to 10 per household.
The coin, which the league says is intended to celebrate a season, will be produced in an effort to highlight the league and the NFL Players Association.
It will be available in stores and online at the beginning of the celebrations.
The commemorative coins will be released on Jan. 7 and will go on sale in stores on Jan 11.