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  1. Mexico made it to the Elite 8 in Raysox's Creamer Concept World Cup. I am stunned. That isn't me trying to be humble; that's me being legitimately surprised. I thought it was going to tank even as I submitted it. I was fairly confident the kits looked OK, but the crest is where I fell short, if you ask me. Despite Mexico getting out of the Round of 16 for the first time in six World Cups, I'm looking to figure out what worked for you and what didn't. Anyway, below is the official entry. Have at it. All C&C is welcome and appreciated. Here is Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación (or FMF, or FEMEXFUT). The more I looked at and researched Mexico and its crest, the more I came to appreciate it and all that was included in it. One thing I knew had to stay was the golden eagle, the national symbol of Mexico. Inspiration for the kits came from a portion of the original crest I left out: the Aztecs. The waves (part of the Aztec symbol for "stone") on the home kit symbolize the stone on which Tenochtitlan was founded (this is also present in the Mexican coat of arms). The black away kit returns, but has sublimated jaguar spots, harkening back to Aztec jaguar warriors.
  2. Voting is finally here! Here is how voting for this competition will go. 4 groups will be posted a day. Groups A B D and E will be posted today(6/24), and Groups C F G and H will be posted 2 days from now(6/26). You will rank the 4 teams in each group. 1st will recieve 4 points, 2nd will recieve 2 points, 3rd will recieve 1 point, and 4th won't recieve any. Please don't vote until every concept is posted on the day they're scheduled. The top 2 points earners in each group will move on to the knock out round, with the same pairing style found in the World Cup Live (kinda) points can be found here The original thread can be found here Group A Group B Group C Group D Group E Group F Group G Group H Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals Finals