Topps® Digital Archive

Topps® Digital Archive

By The Topps Company, Inc.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2021-04-14
  • Current Version: 16.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 340.38 MB
  • Developer: The Topps Company, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 1.80952
From 21 Ratings


Topps® Digital Archive is the new home for Topps® KNOCKOUT and HUDDLE digital collections! This app allows you to view and interact with your previously collected digital collectibles. CONTINUE ENJOYING YOUR COLLECTION! • View, filter and sort cards you've collected • View earned collectibles like trophies and awards • Stay up to date on the latest app news and notes! *For the best experience, we recommend devices be updated to iOS 12 or later.* MORE INFORMATION: - Follow us on Twitter: @ToppsDigital - Follow us on Instagram: @toppsdigital - Follow us on FB: - Subscribe: YouTube: - Subscribe: Twitch: - Visit:



  • I have Topps Huddle account but I can’t get access to it.

    By devildawg9701
    I have the Topps Huddle app and I downloaded the Digital Archive but I can’t access my Huddle on the app.
  • New App is trash

    By lxjljxl
    I’d rate it zero stars if I could. Can view favorites, and look at friends collections or interact with friends. Topps took our money and doesn’t care.
  • New App is Terrible

    By mnbvcxfghufdfgh
    Can’t view my favorites list and Topps put the players in alphabetical order by their first name. Sent Topps a ticket about this and they don’t even bother to fix it. Topps customer service is terrible, they don’t care about fixing an app that they make no money in.
  • No Trading on a Trading App?

    By Tired of Fraud
    The whole purpose of collecting is to trade. The contests were made so you had to change your line-up every play making higher level cards worthless for contests. Now they switch to an app where you can’t trade either. What was the point? Topps needs to fix this, otherwise this along with the rest of the Topps apps are pointless.
  • It’s something...

    By Unique nickname 127856
    At least Topps recognized that the plug couldn’t be pulled entirely without killing the digital card market. Their solution is an app that gives you access to your collection and nothing else. All my cards are here. They can be searched and sorted (although not by favorites for some reason, even though cards can still be favorited). There is also an option to view all cards. Hilariously, my coins and diamonds also transferred. There is no option to trade, acquire new cards, or view anyone else’s collection. There is no way to post messages or interact with other users at all. In short, Topps created an app to view your cards that will require minimal effort on their part to oversee and maintain.