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  1. Canadian Premier League

    What do you know about Calgary then? How does an identity which evokes both the military and cowboy culture not scream Calgary?
  2. Canadian Premier League

    First, it's Cavalry, not Calvary. Those are two very different things. Calgary Cavalry is an awful name, Cavalry FC is unique and interesting. The crest was designed by Jon Rogers, who you may know as one of the hosts of the Footy Soldiers podcast. Here is some of his excellent design work: I think this is bound to be one of the best CanPL identities.
  3. Canadian Premier League

    8 clubs are expected for 2019. York, Hamilton, Winnipeg, Halifax, Calgary and Surrey/Langley BC, plus FC Edmonton (former NASL) and Ottawa Fury (former NASL/current USL). Halifax will be launched on May 25, and Winnipeg on June 6. Possibly Calgary this week.
  4. Canadian Premier League

    No word as of yet. My guess is either each club goes their own way (because time is tight with a Spring 2019 launch) or a league deal with Umbro (who have close ties with the CSA). Umbro balls have been used in a number of promo shots thus far, if that means anything.
  5. Canadian Premier League

    York 9 FC will be announced on May 10th. They're crest has already leaked. That's a grayscale logo from a copyright filing. The invite to their launch leans heavily on black and green, so that may be an indication of the club colours. York Region is made up of 9 municipalities, hence the name.
  6. 2018/19 Soccer Kits

    I was watching this game and thought my eyes were deceiving me. Good to know I wasn't going insane.
  7. 2018 FIFA World Cup

    I get all the love for the Germany clash kit from the photos posted, but from one particular angle I think it really fails: It really bugs me that adidas constantly leaves designs off the back of their shirts. In an instance like this it is so unnecessary and makes the shirt look so odd from the back. Compare that with the Brazil blue shirt or France white shirt, which both look just as spectacular from the back as from the front.
  8. CONCACAF unveils new official logo

    Yeah isn't UEFA usually Uefa in Britain?
  9. CONCACAF unveils new official logo

    I don't like the idea of putting a map of the region into a logo. Even when heavily simplified, the map shapes are generally just not appealing. I get that the blob in the UEFA logo is meant to be Europe, but it still looks awful. How would you represent all of NA, including dozens of Caribbean nations, in a simple and effective logo?
  10. CONCACAF unveils new official logo

    Yeah I think this makes sense. Even as someone who follows CONCACAF Concacaf closely, I'd have a hard time telling you what it stands for. Make it a word and forget that it's a clunky acronym. There are plenty of branding examples of this (Qantas, Geico, and others that I can't think of right now).
  11. CONCACAF Nations League

    I'm also in favour of the league. While it might not benefit the US and Mexico as much, everyone else (including Canada!) stands to benefit greatly.
  12. 2018 FIFA World Cup

    Love that Mexico away kit. And I disagree, the red shorts look fantastic.
  13. NFL, but Australian rules

    Might I suggest either changing the angle of the hammers or those of the diamonds so that all the angles align? I think that could look really clean.
  14. Colorado Rapids Rebrand

    Given how simple the top part of the crest is, the bottom feels overly complicated with the thin wavy lines with ball on top. I'd suggest thickening the waves a bit (just about three white, three blue, all the same thickness) with the soccer ball on top. I'd also suggest working on the ball: make it something a bit more stylistic like the mountains, rather than literal. I love your jersey template (probably because it looks a lot like mine) but your adidas shoulder stripes are about twice as thick as they should be. It's a great start though. And don't give up on your Rapids, I feel like they might be a sleeper this year (as long as they bench Tim Howard).