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  • Throughout American sports history, no other brand has been partnered with a league longer than Wilson has been with the NFL.  Not only has every point scored in the NFL been with a Wilson Football, but every Wilson NFL game ball has been handcrafted in Ada, OH by skilled craftsmen and women for decades.

    "The Duke" NFL football was named in honor of the game's pioneering legend and NY Giants owner, Wellington Mara.  Back when Mara was a young boy taking in the game from the sidelines, the Giants players dubbed him "The Duke"  and years later, the NFL game ball took on this nickname too.

    Bring home this special Salute to Service NFL "Duke" ball today, which is as close as a fan can get to the authentic, on-field version played by the Pros every NFL season in November.
    • The official  ball of the NFL
    • Made from 100% exclusive Horween leather
    • The Wilson trademark "W" is pressed into every panel of Wilson NFL leather used to make official NFL game balls
    • Made in the USA by specially skilled craftsmen & women
  • Product SKU(s) WTF1100IDSTS
    Ball Size Official Pro
    Cover Construction Leather

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"The Duke" Official NFL Football

Each touchdown. Each extra point. Each field goal. Each safety. Since 1941 it’s been the only NFL ball used to score during regular and postseason play. Each ball is handmade in Ada, Ohio by our veteran team of skilled craftsmen and women. Rooted in a legacy of progress, The Duke, the NFL and fans of the game are bound for big things.

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