Firehouse League
Fantasy Football Trophies

You know how much time you put into your league… why not play for a trophy that reflects your hard work and dedication? Our trophies give football leagues an element of quality and craftsmanship that you just can’t find anywhere else. All trophies are 100% handmade in my Brooklyn shop, from the wood base and personalized name plates to the trophy itself.

Satisfaction: In over 20 years, I’ve never had a single customer complain about their trophy. If you don’t love yours, send it back and I’ll refund your money – no questions asked.

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“This trophy is awesome! The guys loved it.” ~ Wayne K.

The Armchair Fireman

You think you know how to draft? This guy could go kicker in the first round and still beat your ass. A fantasy owner for the ages. He knows that when your cheat sheet runs out he is just getting started. And after his draft day work is done, he’ll sit back, crack a cold one and watch as his labor bears the fruit of a championship once again. If you think you’re worthy enough of such an honor as he represents then play for the one that started it all.

 

The Throwback Fireman

He’ll give you five yards and a cloud of dust, but would prefer sausage and peppers with a 6 pack. Screw the endorsements and signing bonuses, this guy remembers the days when grass meant dirt and a clean uniform was proof that you had no heart. With his leather helmet, neck-roll and goal line specialist physique, this fantasy trophy will no doubt make you proud to hoist it high when your team tastes glory.

 

Firehouse league members
“Dave, The Armchair Fireman trophy is AMAZING!!! ~ Rick, NYFD

Create envy among your buddies and let everyone know that your fantasy league is the league of all leagues. Several leagues have told us they’ve developed waiting lists of guys wanting to join their league after seeing their trophy.

Annual Trophies

Permanent bragging rights for season champ’s. Roughly 1/3 the size of the original trophies.


“Thanks to Larry Johnson catching fire when Priest Holmes went down…Ride My Johnson is now immortalized in fantasy land.” ~ Jim J.