1964 Nfl Championship Pre Super Bowl Program Superbowl Browns Win Last One 27-0 For Sale
VINTAGE ORIGINAL EXTRA RARE! 1964 NFL OFFICIALCHAMPIONSHIP GAME PROGRAM -BROWNS 27, COLTS 0 - JIM BROWN STARS - LAST BROWNS (and CLEVELAND) CHAMPIONSHIP!! sale is for a really nice, rare and desirable OFFICIAL 1964 CLEVELAND BROWNS - BALTIMORE COLTS NFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PROGRAM. All original vintage official game program with excellent content. Documents game and players of these two great teams in the NFL's Golden Era. Essential to every NFL Championship Game program collection!
CLEVELAND BROWNS 27, BALTIMORE COLTS 0
December 27, 1964, at Cleveland
This was the first and only Championship Game between these two opponents. It was played at the Cleveland Municipal Stadium. The last Championship Game won by the Browns, or any Cleveland Major Professional Team. This was the 32nd title game in NFL history.
It was the first NFL title game to be televised by CBS.
The Colts had finished the regular season with a record of 12-2 and won the Western Conference. The Colts were led by their head coach Don Shula and quarterback Johnny Unitas. This was the Colts 3rd championship game appearance since joining the NFL in 1953.
The Browns had finished the regular season with a record of 10-3-1 and won the Eastern Conference. The Browns were led by their head coach Blanton Collier, quarterback Frank Ryan, running back Jim Brown and receivers Gary Collins and Paul Warfield. This was the Browns 8th NFL championship game appearance since joining the NFL in 1950.
1 2 3 4 Total Colts 0 0 0 0 0 Browns 0 0 17 10 27
CLE - FG Groza 43 CLE - Collins 18 yard pass fron Ryan (Groza kick) CLE - Collins 42 yard pass fron Ryan (Groza kick) CLE - FG Groza 9 CLE - Collins 51 yard pass fron Ryan (Groza kick) History, rosters, records, game results also included. An interesting snapshot of two of the era's dynasty teams. Loads of cool vintage ads.
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CONDITION (see picture for detail):EX+ in my opinion, please see pictures to decide yourself. Complete, very flat (unusual, most have center bend due to stiff cover paper used), tight spine, extremely clean, vibrant colors and artwork. Super nice, clean and glossy white inside (NM). Email me for more detailed description. SOLD AS IS, so please ask questions before offerding. Any defects visible in the pictures will be considered as described.
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1964 Nfl Championship Pre Super Bowl Program Superbowl Browns Win Last One 27-0: $232