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The Brunswick-Balke Collender Cup was an "official" NFL trophy in 1920. The trophy was donated the Brunswick-Balke Collender Company to served as the league's first championship trophy, just as the Lombardi Trophy is used today. The Cup is mentioned in the minutes of the NFL founding meetings as well as the spring meeting minutes after the 1920 season. The trophy was discontinued due to the disorganizion of the early league and was lost after being awarded to Akron by a vote of the current league owners. You can't get more "official" than that.--Pennsylvania Penguin (talk) 13:40, 30 June 2009 (UTC)