The defunct Italian club according to several reports, have put up their trophies for auction to recover some money.
Things have gotten from bad to worse for Parma after they went bankrupt.
The Italian club according to several reports, have put up their trophies for auction to recover some money.
Creditors on behalf of the defunct club are selling a number of lots including UEFA Cup won in 1995 and 1999, three Copa Italia trophies, a Cup Winners' Cup and a European Supercup.
Other lots include the Parma FC trademark, gym equipment and furniture.
Parma went bankrupt in March with more than 200m euros (£143m) debt but were allowed to finish the Serie A season.
The club is now defunct after they failed to find a buyer prepared to pay 22.6m euros (£16.2m) to take on the club.
A new Parma football club Parma Calcio 1913 will begin the season in Serie D.