The NFL store at Sport House is a zone for all American football fans who love teams straight from the USA. Find the shirt of the most recognizable league in the world of the National Football League (NFL). In the Sport House store everyone will find something for their team with which they associate American football in an American edition. We work with companies that produce mugs, nuggets, T-shirts, sweatshirts, scarves, coffee mugs, mugs, balls, hats, hats, glasses, children's clothing, shoes, flip flops etc. teams such as:
New England Patriots
New York Jets
Green Bay Packers
New York Giants
Kansas City Chiefs
Los Angeles Chargers
New Orleans Saints
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Los Angeles Rams
San Francisco 49ers
This is a list of all NFL teams and we strive to provide clothing access for every fanatic who loves this sport. If you miss the shirts or other gadgets of your team, write to us. Ultimately, we want our store to become a real mecca for American football fans in Poland.
The NFL is America's most popular sports league, consisting of 32 companies that compete every year to win the Super Bowl, the world's largest sporting event. Established in 1920, the NFL has developed a model for an effective sports league, including significant revenue sharing, competitiveness, a strong franchise generation and national distribution. NFL is an industry leader on a wide range of fronts. Business Week magazine calls NFL "one of the best American companies".
The company's headquarters is in New York, and NFL is growing nationwide and around the world, in offices such as the NFL Media office based in Culver City, CA, and the NFL Films office based in Mt. Laurel, NJ. The NFL also has satellite offices in Atlanta, Washington and Chicago. Our international offices are located in Great Britain, China, Mexico and Canada.
Currently, each of the 32 clubs receives one of them in each of the seven NFL rounds (the number of project teams has changed over time, and there were as many as 30 rounds in one project).
The order of selection is determined by the reverse order of finishing last season. Forbidden to trade between clubs, each round begins with the team that ended with the worst signup and ends with Super Bowl champions.
Teams that did not qualify for the playoffs have 1 times at their disposal. The order is determined by the classification at the end of the regular season: the club with the worst record chooses the first and the best of them reaches 20.
Teams that have qualified for the playoffs are allocated to the pool 21-32. The order depends on the results of the previous year's play-offs:
Four teams eliminated in the wild card round in rounds 21-24 in reverse order of their last seasonal season records.
The four teams eliminated in the quarterback round match pool 25-28 in reverse order of their final seasonal records.
The two teams that lost their championships choose in 29th and 30th places in the reverse order of their last seasonal season records.
The team that lost the Super Bowl has 31 contacts in the project.
The Super Bowl Champion has 32 and final place in each round.
In situations where teams have ended the previous season with identical records, determining the position design determines the strength of the schedule - the total win percentage of the team's opponents. The team that played the schedule with the lowest percentage will receive a higher pickup.
If teams have the same strength of the schedule, their records are used against common opponents in their division or conference, if applicable. If a split or conference tie is not applicable, the links will be broken by coins.