A nice team pack with Pennant, Bumper Sticker and Pinback was available,
There were three Machine cards in the first insert set, and one Machine helmet in the second insert set, with the team schedule on the back
Besides the Montreal cards there were no shortage of player and coach cards with significant CFL experience, either prior to WLAF or afterwards
Ten more WLAF cards were directly included in Series II of Pro Set's 1991 NFL set featuring the MVP's and some stats leaders of the first season's league play, but none of these cards featured a Machine player. Later in the 1991 season Pro Set issued a comprehensive WLAF set of 150 cards available in packs (4 complete sets to a box) or in a boxed set. A helmet card with the same front as that issued as a Series I insert was included, but the card number was different and the back contained the results of the season (since this was a spring league). Montreal finished 4-6 and out of the playoffs.
There were eleven Machine cards in this set, one helmet, eight players, one coach and one stats leader
For the 1992 season a new firm, the Ultimate Trading Card Company issued a WLAF set of 200 cards in packs of 9, 12 packs to a box. Such was the insanity of the boom times that they actually ran a contest with a giveaway of $1 Million Dollars ... for a product dedicated to a 2nd year developmental football league ... hard to believe. Each box contained a team hologram insert as well as a promotional poster that had Pete Mandley of the Machine pictured on it along with other players. Several promotional cards were produced but none was of a Machine player.
There were eighteen Machine cards in this set, one team card, one checklist, 15 players and one hologram. There was also one Frankfurt Galaxy player who had a traded to Montreal notation on his card but he is pictured in a Galaxy uniform
The last 1992 WLAF issue was courtesy of Wild Cards whose gimmick was to produce a limited amount of cards with foil stamped denomination stripes on them, supposedly indicating that a particular striped card was "worth" 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 or 1000! times the normal card. Wow what a boom era concept destined to have collectors falling all over themselves to shell out huge $$$ for these extreme rarities.
There were 15 Machine cards in this set, but each one would also have been available in the 6 striped denomination variations, for a total of 90 additional cards
Naturally the team also produced other ephemera that can be interesting to collect, such as schedules, media guides and a second pennant design illustrated below. For a truly comprehensive look at Montreal Machine (and all WLAF/NFL Europe) memorabilia check out this link.
In fact the 1992 league championship World Bowl was played in Montreal with the Sacramento Surge emerging victorious over the Orlando Thunder, generating more collectible items related to football in Montreal.
The WLAF was resurrected in 1995 with only European teams and was eventually renamed to NFL Europe and contimued to play until the 2007 season before finally ceasing operations. North American involvement was limited to just the 1991 & 1992 seasons and Machine collectibles are pretty reasonably priced and an interesting sidelight of American football played in Canada.