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Michigan Wolverines Party Supplies, Michigan Football Supplies

Our Michigan Wolverines party supplies are the perfect way to help decorate your Wolverine get-together. Whether you’re planning a party at home or just outside the stadium on the golf course or somewhere completely different, you’ll love the school spirit found in our Wolverine themed tableware. Make your celebration a little more special with the help of our fantastic Michigan Wolverine party supplies!

Some Great Maze & Blue History To Go With The Michigan Wolverines Party Supplies

The Michigan Wolverines are one of the most storied colleges in college sports history. The Wolverines have managed to win national championships in all four major sports: two in baseball, one in basketball, 11 in football, and 9 in ice hockey. In total, Michigan has won 33 official NCAA Division 1 titles; which ranks them 10th all-time.

Michigan Stadium, nicknamed "The Big House," is where the Wolverines football team plays its home games, and is one of the most recognizable stadiums in all of college sports. The Big House was constructed in 1927, and can hold nearly 110,000 football fans.

The Michigan Wolverines currently hold the record for the most wins all-time in college football history with 895 games won. Additionally, the Wolverines have been part of historic events like winning the first inaugoral Rose Bowl in 1902, which also happens to be the first bowl game ever played. Michigan has also managed to maintain a .735 winning percentage throughout their history.

Football National Championships

1901, 1902, 1903, 1904: The Michigan Wolverines won their first four national championships four years in a row under College Football Hall of Fame coach Fielding H. Yost. Michigan's total record during these years was an incredible 41 - 0 - 1.

1918,1923: Coach Yost would bring two additional national championships to the Maze & Blue towards the end of his coaching career, winning six total national championships as the head coach of the Michigan Wolverines.

1932, 1933: The Maze & Blue were led by coach Harry G. Kipke during their national championship runs in 1932 and 1933.

1947: Under Fritz Crisler, another famous Michigan coach, the Michigan Wolverines won the national championship in 1947.

1948: After winning the national championship the previous year under coach Fritz Crisler, the Michigan Wolverines would repeat under a different coach, Bennie Oosterbaan.

1997: The Wolverines' latest national championship was also a split national championship with the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Under coach Lloyd Carr and one of the greatest cornerbacks in football history, Charles Woodson, the Wolverines went undefeated; beating Washington State in the 1998 Rose Bowl.