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You can recount all the best moments in Philadelphia Eagles history exactly as they appeared in newspaper print at the time.
- A comprehensive newspaper history of the Eagles from 1937 onwards
- Embossed in gold and bound in a leatherette hardback for free
- Featuring in-depth articles as originally reported by the Washington Post
- Each page features 12.5 x 15 inches of premium content
- Historic Philadelphia Eagles memorabilia
Reacquaint yourself with all the greatest moments in The Birds’ history through newspaper headlines of the time in this personalised Philadelphia Eagles history book. With coverage beginning in 1937, this fine piece of Eagles memorabilia guides you through the decades, revisiting all the key moments from the Municipal Stadium to Lincoln Financial Field, including their Super Bowl LII victory.
The Philadelphia Eagles had been waiting a long time for their Super Bowl victory. Before the NFL/AFL merger, the franchise had won three championships, including back-to-back triumphs in 1948 and 49. The third came in 1960, and what followed was 57 seasons of near misses and no-hopers, the third-longest championship drought in pro football. They did come close, twice, in 1980 and 2004, the latter being a particularly tight Super Bowl game in which the Eagles were tied with the Patriots at the end of the third quarter, before being pipped to the finish line by their more experienced opponents. But in this story of threes, it would indeed be third-time lucky for Philadelphia, taking revenge on Brady and the Patriots in Minneapolis to finally taste Super Bowl glory on February 4th, 2018.
Take a look at the contents to see which historic moments are captured.
How to Personalize Your Eagles Gift
To truly make this Eagles book a timeless gift, you can include the individual’s name and a message printed on a certificate on the opening title page. Their name will also be embossed on the front cover free of charge. The hardback cover is bound in a premium leatherette.
Check your personalization: accents and other symbols cannot be used unless otherwise stated.