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Sports (Football)
Sportzseries

Range

Gogo's Crazy Bones

Year

1998

Availability

The US, Europe, South America

Rarity

Infrequent

Subsets

Hielocos Futeboleros, Toronto Blue Jays

Alternate Names

Crazy Bones Sports (Canada & USA), Crazy Bones Football (UK), Gogo's Crazy Bones Football (Europe), Hielocos Futboleros

Next Series

Mutants

This is a series of 40 soccer themed Crazy Bones that came out in 1998.

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Alternate Names

  • Crazy Bones Sports (Canada & USA)
  • Crazy Bones Football (UK)
  • Gogo's Crazy Bones Football (Europe)
  • Gogo's Futboleros (Spain)
  • Hielocos Futboleros (Mexico) (It includes new characters.)

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 Trivia

  • When they were first released in the US, in 1998, they were exclusive only to Zany Brainy stores.
  • In England Soccer is called football so they were named 'Football Crazy Bones' in the United Kingdom.
  • In Mexico, a series known as 'Hielocos (Football)' were released which included some new exclusive characters.
  • Although they are called 'Sports', the characters are only soccer related.
  • There was also a Sports (Series 2).
  • Sports (Series 2) were also named 'Sports' in some countries, but they are different series.
  • There was a new series called Futebol in Brazil.

Hielcocos Futboleros
Cocacola1

Range

Gogo's Crazy Bones, Coca-Cola

Year

1997-1998

Availability

Central America, South America

Subsets

Toronto Blue Jays, Sports

Rarity

Scarce

Next Series

Rockers

In Mexico and South America, exclusive Crazy Bones 'Sport' characters were released as a promotion with Coca Cola. They included characters that were not in the United States version Sports (Football) aswell as some alternatives with 'Coca Cola' logo added on the back.

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 Trivia

  • This series is known to have only sold in Mexico and South America.
  • That said, Sports was released in Spain as a promotion with Coca-Cola under the name "Gogo's Futboleros." It is unknown if this series included the exclusive Hielocos characters or if the figures used Coca-Cola stamps.
  • This series included characters from the Sports (Football) series, plus many more.
  • Some of the figures in this series are from Sports (Football) but the design slightly modified. 
  • All the figures in this series have a Coca-Cola stamp on the back.
  • Some of these figures were given away in Canada in packs of Toronto Blue Jays. Each pack contained one ultra rare Blue Jay figure and two Futboleros figures - this time with a Magic Box Int. stamp instead of the Coca-Cola stamp used on the South American series.
  • Sports (Football) in Spain was also called Futboleros but with the same classic figures as the rest of Europe and the US.

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