Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Fun Football Trophies

Many dream of lifting a golf or football trophies such as the Ryder Cup above their head but will never reach this goal. That said, every level of footballer enjoys winning something, even if it's just a bit of silly fun. Regardless of whther you proze giving is held in a field or in a posh club it should be a fun affair and not taken too seriously. Below are some ideas you could use when presenting football trophies to your team. Most Valued Member of the Team This football trophy is for your team's top striker, wily play-maker or solid defensive rock. The one who has gone out of their way to put some extra time or effort into the team. As football trophies go, this is one of the most common but is also one of the best and is therefore often made from faux marble. Recieving such a trophy shows power and achievement and commands respect. Even if it's not made out of 18 carat gold and malachite, this trophy needs to be shiny, so whoever wins it will feel proud to place it on (or near) their trophy cabinet. The Responsible One This character can be found on most sports teams. The ones who make that special effort for the team such as never missing a session and going out of their way to help will be the ones who are up for this award. This is not one of the most ostentatious awards but is still important. A fun way to present this would be a a Baywatch style life float. Why? Well, as the theme tune says: "I'll be there, forever and always, I'm always here." The Joker in the Pack No awards ceremony would be complete without the prize given to the team's comedian. The one who has all the great jokes , one liners and good banter to keep the spirits of the rest of the team high even in the face of adversity. Even if you have played the worst match of the season and the other team has thrashed you. You could carry the theme on with a joke trophy, perhaps with a picture of One Direction. Just make sure it is something embarrassing to add an extra bit of humour to the award ceremony. Perfect for the jack the lad team mate.

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