Guide to Football Trophies

No matter what the occasion or event is when it comes to sports teams and leagues, custom trophies and awards are always the perfect way to celebrate it! Simple to customize, perfect for any event or occasion and very affordable in price, custom sports awards and trophies are always a fantastic way to end the season in an unforgettable fashion. They’re readily available in a trove of quality styles and designs to choose from, offer a wealth of positive benefits and also offer exceptional flexibility for individuals and groups alike. All in all, custom sports trophies and awards are an outstanding way to celebrate any sports season in style.

Football teams and leagues, in particular, have found that custom football trophies and awards are a great way to commemorate the season. Custom football trophies and awards offer much to love about them, including economical prices, a rich array of styles and designs to choose from and many benefits and advantages to investing in them. In addition, they’re flexible for just about anyone, simple to customize and flexible for just about anyone. Overall, custom football trophies and awards are a superb choice for any football team or league, whether you’re involved with Pop Warner, high school, college, recreational or anything else in between!

Many people have expressed interest in custom football trophies and awards but want to learn a bit more about them before investing in them. To that end, this guide offers a closer look at custom football trophies and awards and examines their design options, uses, benefits and the like.

Great for Any Event or Occasion

One of the many advantages of custom football awards and trophies is that they’re perfect for all sorts of special events and occasions related to the football season. Just a few of these including congratulating entire teams on winning championships or beating longtime rival teams, highlighting the accomplishments of individual players during the course of the football season, thanking a special coach or mentor in a tangible way and simply celebrating the end of the football season in a unique, fun way. Whatever the special occasion or event is, custom football awards and trophies are always the perfect way to celebrate it!

Flexible for Anyone

Another advantage of custom football award is that they work well for anyone. They’re easy to customize for individuals, groups of all sizes and even businesses and organizations. They also offer wide appeal to players of all ages and backgrounds, making them great for any team or league.

Many Benefits and Advantages

Custom football awards and trophies offer many positive benefits, just a few of which including boosting team morale, promoting positive values like sportsmanship and character and commemorating special events and occasions in a tangible, unique way.

Excellent Style and Design Choices

A bevy of great style and design options are readily available at affordable prices, just a few of which include traditional trophies, medals, plaques, ribbons, crystal awards, acrylic awards and even more to choose from!

Simple to Customize for Any Occasion

Free, top-quality custom engraving makes football awards and trophies simple to craft for anyone and for any occasion or event, too!

Tom Brady

Arguably the greatest quarterback of all time, Tom Brady is once again a Super Bowl champion. Boasting five Super Bowl rings, four Super Bowl MVP awards and a slew of records, he’s undoubtedly one of the game’s most impressive players. A living legend, he continues to be one of the few players who defy age as he continues to improve year after year.

Tom Brady was born on August 3, 1977 in San Mateo, California. Growing up, Brady idolized Joe Montana of the San Francisco 49ers and excelled in both football and baseball. He was drafted by the Montreal Expos in 1995, but declined to focus on football. Eventually, he played backup quarterback for the University of Michigan starting in 1995. He later started and helped the team win the 1999 Citrus Bowl and the 2000 Orange Bowl. He was highly regarded as an NFL prospect but drafted #199 overall by the New England Patriots that year.

Brady began his NFL career as Drew Bledsoe’s back up in the 2000-2001 season. In the 2001-2002 season, Bledsoe was sidelined by injuries, forcing Brady to take the helm of the team. He led the Patriots all through the playoffs and capped off his stellar run with a stunning Super Bowl upset win over the St. Louis Rams, garnering his first Super Bowl MVP Award and the adoration of New England fans.

Brady and the Patriots returned to the Super Bowl in 2004 and 2005, winning both games in thrilling contests against the Panthers and Eagles, respectively, and starting a new NFL dynasty. Brady led the Patriots to the playoffs in the following years but couldn’t quite match their Super Bowl glory of the past. In the 2007-2008 season, Brady led the Patriots to the only 16-0 regular season of the modern era, though the team fell to the underdog New York Giants in the Super Bowl in what was one of the most shocking upsets of all time. After being out for the next season by injury, Brady again led the Patriots to the playoffs and a Super Bowl rematch against the Giants in 2012, only to fall to them once again.

Undeterred, Brady continued to put up stellar numbers and garner postseason appearances year after year. In 2015, he finally captured his fourth Super Bowl ring, defeating the Seattle Seahawks in one of the most exciting Super Bowls of all time. After narrowly missing the Super Bowl the next season, Brady was suspended for the first four games of the 2016-2017 season due to his involvement in the “Defaltegate” scandal. Not set back by this, he once again dominated the NFL, leading the Patriots to a 14-2 regular season record and yet another Super Bowl appearance in the postseason. Facing the Atlanta Falcons in the championship game, Brady and the Patriots found themselves down a staggering 25 points in the third quarter but battled back to tie the game and send it into overtime. There, Brady engineered another one of his famous winning drives, defeating the Falcons and capturing a record fifth Super Bowl ring and fourth Super Bowl MVP Award.

Now, Brady once again stands atop the football world. With nothing left to prove, he reigns as a Super Bowl champion once again and arguably the best quarterback of all time.

Custom Football Trophies Ideas

Custom trophies and awards for sports teams and leagues have never been more popular than right now! Affordable in price, simple to customize and great for all sorts of special events and occasions, custom sports trophies and awards are great for any sports league or team. They’re flexible for anyone, readily available in a rich variety of style and design options and offer a wide variety of positive benefits as well. All in all, custom sports trophies and awards are a fantastic investment for ant type of sports team or league!

This certainly rings true for football teams and leagues as well. Custom football trophies and awards are ideal for Pop Warner to high school to college and everything else in between for many reasons. They’re very economical in terms of price, very easy to customize and perfect for all sorts of special events and occasions related to the football season. In addition to all of this, custom football trophies and awards are also currently available in a bevy of quality styles and designs to choose from and flexible for individuals, groups of any size and even companies and private organizations and associations. They also offer a number of positive benefits and advantages to consider as well, just a few of which include boosting team morale, increasing players’ self-esteem and reinforcing positive values such as teamwork, character and sportsmanship on the field. No matter what the special occasion or event is, custom football awards and trophies are always the perfect way to celebrate it in style!

But just what are some of the occasions and events that custom football trophies and awards are useful for? That’s a great question to ask. To that end, this guide offers a quick yet detailed look at just a few custom football trophy ideas and even suggests some trophy style and design options that work the best for them.

Thanking Coaches, Parents and Volunteers

A popular custom football trophy idea is to thank coaches, volunteers, mentors, parents and others with a custom football award or trophy. It’s a great way to express your gratitude in a unique and tangible way. Traditional trophies, plaques, acrylic awards and crystal awards all work very well for this particular occasion.

Congratulating Entire Teams

Another very popular custom football trophy idea is to congratulate an entire team with a custom award or trophy for winning a championship or defeating a rival team. Many award designs and styles are available for this occasion, including custom rings, medals, lapel pins, ribbons, traditional trophies, plaques and even more!

Spotlighting the Accomplishments of Individual Players

Highlighting the achievements and contributions of individual players over the course of the season is yet another great custom football trophy idea to consider. It’s a great way to show you recognize and appreciate the hard work and efforts of individual players in a tangible and unique way. Plaques, traditional trophies, trophy cups, crystal awards and acrylic awards all work well for this particular occasion.

Commemorating the End of the Season in Style

Celebrate the end of the football season with a custom football trophy! Traditional trophies, plaques, medals, rings and ribbons are all great choices!

New England Patriots

One of the National Football League’s most celebrated franchises, the New England Patriots are once again atop the world of professional football. Love them or hate them, you at least have to respect their long record of success and roster of marquee players. Now Super Bowl champions yet again, the Patriots have only added to their allure. Here’s a quick look at their history and heritage over the years.

The New England Patriots were established in 1960 as part of the new American Football League, intended to compete with the older and more established National Football League. Originally known as the Boston Patriots, the team struggled in most of its time in the American Football League. They did manage tor each the championship game in 1963, only to be blown out by the San Diego Chargers.

As the American Football League merged with the National Football League in 1970, the team’s name was changed to the New England Patriots in 1971. The team saw mixed success in the 1970s, making several postseason appearances but never reaching the Super Bowl. Their Super Bowl debut finally came in 1985, though they lost soundly to the Chicago Bears that year. The team entered a period of decline after its Super Bowl loss and toyed with the idea of moving to St. Louis, but was instead sold to Robert Kraft in 1994.

With new head coach Bill Parcells, the Patriots again reached the Super Bowl in 1996 but fell to the Green Bay Packers. Parcells was replaced by Pete Carroll who guided to team to the playoffs again but was dismissed in favor of new head coach Bill Belichick in 2000. That year, the Patriots also drafted a little known player named Tom Brady as the second to last draft pick overall as well, a move that would prove to be brilliant.

New England finally made a serious playoff run in the 2001 season. After starting quarterback Drew Bledsoe was sidelined with injuries, Brady took command and guided the team to the Super Bowl in 2002. Facing the heavily-favored Kurt Warner and the St. Louis Rams, the Patriots pulled off a stunning upset and finally captured their first Super Bowl title. They followed up with two more dramatic Super Bowl wins in 2004 and 2005, starting a dynasty and establishing Brady as one of the great players of the modern era.

The team finished the 2007-2008 regular season with an undefeated record but fell to the underdog Giants in a stunning upset. Facing the Giants again in Super Bowl in 2012, the Patriots were again narrowly defeated by them. The Patriots finally returned to their winning ways in 2015 when they defeated the Seattle Seahawks in one of the most thrilling Super Bowls of all time. In 2017, dogged by the “Deflategate” scandal, Brady guided the Patriots back to the Super Bowl against the Atlanta Falcons. Down by 25 points in the third quarter, Brady led the Patriots to the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history, shocking the Falcons in an overtime thriller and capturing their first Super Bowl title overall.

Whatever you think of the Patriots, you at least have to respect them. Their winning formula has helped the team become one of the National Football League’s elite franchises in recent years, something unlikely to change anytime soon.

 

 

FAQ Guide for Football Trophies

Custom sports awards and trophies have never been as popular as they are right now – and it’s pretty easy to see why, too! Easy to customize, affordable in price and perfect for all sorts of special events and occasions, they offer a fantastic way to celebrate the sports season in style. In addition, custom sports awards and trophies are also very flexible and come in a bevy of style and design options to choose from, offering a little bit of something for everyone. All in all, they’re a fantastic choice for all sorts of sports teams and leagues!

This is certainly true for football leagues and teams, in particular. Indeed, custom football trophies and awards offer a lot of great selling points that make them ideal for any football league or team, from Pop Warner teams to adult recreational leagues. Custom football trophies and awards are very economical in price, simple to customize, great for any event or occasion related to the sport and readily available in a wealth of styles and designs to choose from. In addition, they’re flexible for individuals and groups of all sizes and even work for private organizations and companies as well. Overall, custom football trophies and awards are always a great investment to make for any football league or team!

But just why, exactly, are custom football trophies and awards such a great idea? What style and design options are available? What occasions and events and they particularly useful for? How does customization work? These are all excellent questions to ask. This guide offers a closer look at some frequently asked questions regarding custom football trophies and awards and provides some clear answers to them.

What style and design options are currently available?

A wide array of style and design options are currently available at great prices. Just a few of these include traditional trophies, medals, rings, sculptures, lapel pins, cup trophies, ribbons, acrylic awards, crystal awards and even more to choose from. Whatever your personal tastes are, you’re sure to find a custom trophy with your name on it!

What occasions and events are they useful for?

Football awards and trophies are perfect for all sorts of special events and occasions pertaining to the football season for teams and leagues. Just a few of the most popular ideas include congratulating teams on winning championships or beating rival teams, thanking coaches and volunteers, spotlighting the hard work and growth of individual players on the field over the course of the season and simple commemorating the end of the football season in a unique and tangible way.

What sorts of customization options are currently available?

Free, high-quality custom engraving makes football awards and trophies easy to craft for anyone and for any occasion, too!

Who do they work best for?

Custom football awards and trophies are perfect for individuals, groups of any size and even private organizations and businesses.

What are their benefits and advantages?

Custom awards and trophies for football are a great way to boost team morale, improve players’ self-esteem, reinforce positive values, celebrate the football season in a special way and much, much more!