Football Trophies

American football has been a long-time favorite of people in the United States and is different from other football games like soccer and rugby. Like basketball, playing the exciting sports requires a team of eleven. The objective of the game is to score as much points by getting the ball in the enemy’s end zone. This can be done through passing the ball to a teammate or kicking it between different goal posts.

As time went by, various changes have been adapted since the game had a reputation of being dangerous. This is one of the reasons why football players wear helmets and other protective gears. It was around 1920s that professional league games have been organized and on 1922, the National Football League or more popularly known as NFL was eventually formed.
Like other sports, American Football also rewards elegant trophies for the victor rather than medals. These trophies can either be ordered online or be brought from the manufacturer’s warehouse though there are decent designs which can also be bought from sports shops. The most common theme that football trophies have is a sculpted footballer with a ball at his feet. If you are the person assigned to get the trophy, you are free to design your fantasy football trophies in any way that you wish as long as the theme is present.

Football Trophies

Most football trophies have the sculpted figure made out of metal or alloy which is mounted securely on the wooden base where the engravings are. These days, the figure is often made out of lighter material like acrylic and sometimes crystal to make it appear more sophisticated. And the good thing about these models is that they are far more affordable than the metallic ones. American football has changed a lot during the passing of time and even victory now looks better and lighter.

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2 Responses to Football Trophies

  1. jared's mum says:

    American football sure is an exciting sports to watch…

    i never really won even one trophy in this lifetime, but seeing reading your post remind me of my dad’s trophy display area in our home + of the afternoons I spent dusting them off! ;)

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