Der Kaiser

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  1. Random German Soccer Kits

    More Mönchengladbach. Away kit, 3rd (International) kit and the goalkeeper kit:
  2. Random German Soccer Kits

    As Borussia Mönchengladbach changes to Puma next season... The design is based on the kits they wore 30 years ago.
  3. Grizzly Logo (Update 3/19)

    Much better! The grey chin shape looks still a bit off and the colors need some contrast. Not a bad start, though.
  4. Goalie mask designs

    I usually like your (jersey) concepts for their creativity and not just putting horizontal lines on it. But in this case, I'm missing the out of the box thinking. They could be in EA's NHL as default masks for the team, but not something I could see the actual goalies wearing.
  5. German Football League - Redesign

    First team, the Hamburg Huskies: This is what they currently have:
  6. Random German Soccer Kits

    Preußen Münster 111th Anniversary Kit
  7. I updated the logo of TuRa Brügge. Which version do you like best?
  8. Don't want to be that guy, but: As a German, "Bayern Nürnberg" makes no sense. They may belong to the State of Bayern, but they wouldn't call themselves Bavarians. They're Franken, which means they're mostly protestants, while the real Bavarians are catholics. Not trying to makes this a religious thing, bu you'll get the idea. Apart from that, great work. Has a real European feeling to it.
  9. TuS Grünenbaum: Grünnenbaum means "Green Tree" though. Credits to the guy on these boards who had the idea with the annual rings. I'm sure I've seen them somewhere around here, but couldn't find the thread.
  10. FC Bucuresti Logo Concept (UPDATE 7.2.16.)

    I'm really not sure what to think about the light blue elements on the jerseys and the socks. I mean, I totally understand the team's history and it avoids the kits from being too plain, but I'm not sure if it works.