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Sports trophies

A CROSS SECTION OF THE FOOTBALL TROPHIES

The crystal trophies depicting a football are produced for the Czech-Moravian Football Association and for further domestic and international subjects. The recipients of these trophies include well-known footballers such as Jan Koller in recognition of his many years of work in the Czech national team or Petr Čech upon receiving the title of 2009 Footballer of the Year. The trophies are also used as gifts upon the occasion of the Czech football team’s international matches.The available dimensions are 90 mm and 35 mm. The collection is supplemented with cut crystal whistles in the sizes of 72 and 57 mm.

   
   

 

THE “100th GOAL” TROPHY

The “100th Goal” trophy has been designed for the Club of League Strikers (Klub ligových kanonýrů) which has celebrated the best football strikers from the highest European leagues since 1972.
Every Czech striker who scores at least 100 goals during his career becomes a member of this club.
In 2011, this trophy was also presented to Milan Baroš, a successful representative of the Czech Republic.
The football trophy’s design represents 100 scored goals. Metal-plating technology, which provides the entire trophy with an original colour tinge, has been used to colour the flat, smooth glass base.


Dimensions: 272 x 100 x 90 mm

 

 

LOTHAR MEURER HONORARY AWARD

 

An annual trophy that has been presented by the UEFT Committee since 2003.
The trophy symbolizes the world of football. The ball, 90 mm in diameter, shines with the colours of the rainbow when the light falls onto it, thanks to the very accomplished glass cutting.1 piece a year is made exclusively for the UEFT.
 

 

 

 


 

 

GOLFING PRIZE

 

 

 

The trophy represents a symbol of golf tournaments. Perfectly manufactured crystal is finished off with interesting optical colour effects obtained by vacuum metal plating. The trophy has been manufactured with precision and attention to detail.
It depicts the characteristic features of the golfing world, a hole and a ball, which reflect the unique nature of this sport. 

 

 

 

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