Nerf Sports is a series of Nerf products focused on sport play.
While not as popular as Nerf blasters, Nerf Sports consists of balls and equipment for people to play sports with. Common products released under the Nerf Sports series are footballs and basketball hoops. Many Nerf Sports objects are designed to cope with any amount of rainfall there may be, making them popular among people who play street sports.
There exists a sub-series of Nerf Sports called Firevision Sports which focuses on products that can be used both in daytime and nighttime.
The series dates back to the origins of the Nerf brand itself. The majority of the early Nerf toys were Nerf Sports products, among them being the Nerf Ball (1969), Super Nerf Ball (1970), Football (1972), and Nerfoop (1972).
The line spawned several sub-series, among them being Nick & Nerf (1995 to 1996), Head 2 Head (1996 to 1997), and most recently, Firevision Sports (2012 present). The line went on a brief hiatus in 2004, when all Nerf Sports products were rebranded under the Pro Shop or Street Zone lines depending on the product. Later Nerf Sports products were not under these lines.
Nerf Sports products
|Curve Pitch Baseball||?|
|Curve Pitch Baseball Set||?|
|Vince Carter Electronic Basketball Challenge||2002|
|Unidentified Floppy Object||1987|
|Turbo Screamer Flying Disk||1992|
|Sonic Howler Flying Disc||?|
|Weather Blitz Flyer||?|
|Super Nerf Ball||1970|
|Table Hockey set||1987|
|4-Square Ping Pong||1996|
|Cosmic Keep Away||2007|
|Nerf Sports Pack||2008|
|Mini Sports Pack||?|
|Pro Foam Soccer Ball||?|
- Main article: Firevision Sports
The Firevision Sports sub-series features products made with special reflective materials that will appear to glow a "team color" (red or green) when a player is wearing special Firevision Sports Frames. The sub-series is advertised as being suitable for both day and night play.
Nick & Nerf
- Main article: Nick & Nerf
The Nick & Nerf sub-series featured products with a "wacky" spin on their original counterpart. As the name suggests, the sub-series was co-developed with Nickelodeon.
- The Nerf Sports series is the longest running Nerf series. It predates the Original Nerf line of blasters by almost twenty years.
|Current Nerf series|
|Official||Alien Menace • DoomLands 2169 • Nerf Sports • N-Strike • N-Strike Elite • N-Strike Modulus • Rebelle • RIVAL • Zombie Strike|
|Sub-series||Accustrike (upcoming) • BioSquad • Charmed • Code Red Collection • Impact Zone • Multishot Madness • N-Strike Mega • Remix • Secrets and Spies • Sonic FIRE • Sonic ICE • Super Stripes Collection • Z.E.D. Squad|
|Other||Promotional series • Nerf Dog|