This Biography is about one of the best American Football Players Vince Lombardi including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Vince Lombardi|
|Real Name||Vince Lombardi|
|Profession||Coaches, American Football Players|
|Nick Name||Thomas Vincent Lombardi|
|Personal life of Vince Lombardi|
|Born on||11 June 1913|
|Died At Age||57|
|Died on||03 September 1970|
|Place of death||Washington, D.C.|
|Family Background of Vince Lombardi|
|Siblings||Harold Lombardi, Claire Lombardi, Joe Lombardi, Madeleine Lombardi|
|Spouse/Partner||Marie Lombardi (m. 1940-1970)|
|Children||Susan Lombardi, Vince Lombardi|
|Education||Fordham University, St. Francis Preparatory School|
|Awards||1959 – AP NFL Coach of the Year 1971 – Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967 – Super Bowl I champion|
|1968 – Super Bowl II champion 1956 – 4NFL Champion 1961 – 4 NFL Champion 1962 – 4 NFL Champion 1965 – 4NFL Champion 1975 – Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame 1997 – Washington Redskins Ring of Fame|
|Personal Fact of Vince Lombardi|
Vincent Thomas Vince Lombardi was an American football player and a famous coach. He wasn’t a head coach in the National Football League for a long time, but in his ten years as a head coach of Green bay Packers and Washington Redskins he set the standards for all other teams by building the Packers into an NFL dynasty. When he finally landed a job in NFL, it wasn’t as a head coach, but as an assistant coach to the New York Giants.
During Lombardi’s reign in Green bay, he led the packers to six divisional titles, five national football league championships, and two super bowl wins. Lombardi’s regular-season winning percentage is remarkable which ranks up with the all-time great NFL coaching records. With his success, he became the National celebrity but it wasn’t just his ability as a coach that attracted people.
It was his philosophy about football and life in general that struck a chord with American public. As the ultimate testament to his lasting influence on professional football, each year’s Super Bowl winners hold the trophy that bears his name. He was also inducted in to the pro football hall of fame in 1971.