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  1. Over the past couple of years I have been striving to improve my graphic design skills as I am looking to go into that field once I have completed my education. I love the ideas of sports branding, logo creation, clothing design, etc. and I try to continue to improve every time I start a new project. However, I have been struggling with an aspect that almost all creators have gone through when starting out: consistency. I am hoping that I can continually be able to design the teams for this league as need be, starting from now. I am hoping to release a team every 1-3 days and I am going to try and hold myself to that. The North American Football League lives in a world when football was the main sport at center stage of the world instead of soccer. Aspects of safety and fatigue had become a thing of the past as the advancements of the leagues equipment up to this point have made injuries one of the rarest occurrences in the league. This allowed the owners of the league to expand their league to the far reaches of North America, and to expand the leagues schedule to maximize revenue and entertainment. The League currently sits at 72 teams all across North America, while the scheduled amount of games has increased to 36 games per regular season, with 4 playoff rounds to determine the champion. NAFL Logo The Ten Stars represent the original ten teams that began the league all the way back in 1896, while the red, white, and blue are representative of the United States.
  2. In 2017 the NFL expresses a want for a second professional football league not for competition, but for a compliment. Vince McMahon (founder of the XFL) announce he will start the league and finish what he started with the XFL. McMahon will serve as the commissioner of the league and will sell the each team to willing buyers. The league is set to support 24 teams. McMahon will name the locations of the teams but the owners will choose team names. The league will be played in the NFL offseason. The Chosen cities- Oakland, Orlando, Birmingham, St.Louis, San Diego, Sacramento, Anaheim, Louisville, Albuquerque, Montana, Oklahoma City, Memphis, Jackson (MS), Portland, San Antonio, Salt Lake City, Hartford, Virginia Beach, San Jose, Myrtle Beach, New Jersey, Huntington (WV), Destin (FL), Providence. Owners, Names, and Logos coming first. Any suggestions for names will be taken into consideration. Current Conferences East- Orlando Ostriches (theres a reason behind the name) Birmingham Louisville Memphis Jackson Hartford Virginia Beach Myrtle Beach New Jersey Huntington Destin Providence West- Oakland Ink St. Louis San Diego Sacramento Anaheim Albuquerque Montana Oklahoma City Portland San Antonio Salt Lake City San Jose
  3. American Secondary Football League

    While football continues to be the most dominant sport in America, a secondary league to compliment the NFL begins to be set up. The league's games are set to be played on Wednesdays and players and easily be called up to the NFL. The league is made to accompany 30 teams. The League is now in the process of naming the teams and choosing the locations. Anyone can add a team. You can bring your own logo or I can make one for you. The teams can be in a current NFL city or a new city. All of North America. West 1. Oakland Ink 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. East 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.
  4. SWFL: Star Wars Football League

    I was gonna wait till after the Lympiad to post this, but what the hey. As a member of @sleuthpanther's incredibly awesome SCAA (Check it out if you haven't), I can appreciate the great feeling of being a member of a league and running a team of your own. So I wanted to create another league of members but with a different twist. That's where the SWFL was born. I don't know how much interest this will get although I'm hoping I'll be able to get as many Sports Freak/ Geek combos like myself involved as possible! Here's a rundown of the league: 16 teams. 2 conferences. Light and Dark. No interconference play. That's the league in its simplest terms. Teams As is stated above, there will be 16 teams in the SWFL, 8 in the Light Conference, 8 in the Dark Conference. Team names will be the name of a U.S. City or State with a Star Wars character, species, etc. as the team name. I know that Planet names seem like they would make more sense, but not for this league considering it takes place on earth. It is not a bunch of Wookiees or Jedis on a football team, It's an actual football league with a Star Wars centered theme. I don't have it drawn up yet, but my team will be the New York Empire in the Dark Conference. The rest is free for your interpretation! Logos The logos can be whatever you want them to be as long as the main logo shows a clear reference to the character(s) and there is an alternate and tertiary. Only Logos for now You One team for one member, unless there aren't 15 interested members during a point I will determine. You can do whatever you want with your team other than uniforms for right now, and I'm really interested to see exactly what identity this will shape into. But again, this is not Vader on a gridiron, it is just a very strong theme. If you are interested, please PM me with your proposed team name, do not post here. Once I approve it, go crazy with logos and whatever else, besides uniforms. If you have any questions, you can PM me or post here and I'll get back to you as quickly as possible, because I do surf the boards often (Pun intended if you want). Please let me know if I missed anything keeping in mind this is very rough right now, but I will go further with ideas once this takes a bigger shape. May the Force Be With You, CCSLC. Layout Light Conference • Arizona Speeders @Pulv! Red, Orange, Cream, Dark Gray (Two Suns Field) • Dallas Droids @ramsjetsthunder Gold, Black, Silver (Millennium Field) • Orlando Falcons @Magic Dynasty Silver, Black, Blue (Accents) (Millennium Dome) • Minneapolis Jedi @MJD7 Blue, Green, Tan, Brown (Accents) (Jedi Temple) • Reno Rebels @KCDesign Blue, Red, Gray (Alliance Field) • ______________ @tpat13 • Vancouver Wookiees @Yayay124yay Light Blue, Brown, Orange (Accents) (Kashyyyk Arena) • ______________ @H11K Dark Conference • New York Empire @Bruins Black, Red, Silver, White (Accents) (Death Star Stadium) • Texas Walkers @Bomba Tomba Royal Blue, White, Red • North Carolina Nexus @bucknut42 Red, Black, White, Gray (Geonosian Arena) • Spokane Mandalorians @osctheg Blue, Silver (Death Watch Field at Mandalore Stadium) • Denver 66ers @TheLogoManiac13 Green, Blue, Orange, Black (Felucia Stadium) • Pittsburgh Smugglers @JWhiz96 Black, Gold, White (The Cantina at Mos Eisley Stadium) • Norfolk Fleet @StaatsBrett Red, Black, White (Fleet Stadium) • Toronto Troopers @CoolestSportsConcepts Black, Sky Blue, White, Sand (Imperial Stadium)
  5. I found myself to be pretty bored over this spring break, so I decided to crank out some concepts, and I find that baseball logos are some of the most fun to create, so I decided to create some leagues, and if this catches on, I will make more of these and the leagues that will stretch across the United States. I can't decide whether to make each league 8 or 12 teams, maybe some suggestions? Please, if you're going to say something negative, please suggest on how to correct it instead of just saying it's bad, it's greatly appreciated. I plan on cranking out one of these every few days, so we start with the largest city in Alabama, Birmingham. Famous for their steel production, Birmingham joined the league at the beginning, in 1936, and found themselves to be pretty successful, winning 15 championships in 80 years. Main Logo Cap Logo