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  1. Current Season: 1907-1908 In 1894, Arthur Irwin hatched the idea the idea for the baseball clubs of the National League to field association football teams. His rationale was to provide an activity for the baseball players in their offseason. The owners latched onto the idea as way to get more revenue out of their stadiums. Thus, the American League of Professional Football was born. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_League_of_Professional_Football) Six clubs participated in that initial, incomplete season. Lack of attendance, investigations by the U.S. Treasury Department into the importation of British players, and the threat of a new baseball league caused a number of the owners to end the league. But what if it had continued? In an alternate 1895, League President Arthur Irwin negotiated a settlement with the Treasury Department, allowing the imported British players to continue to play. After examining the gate receipts, Irwin discovered that midweek games drew the worst attendance. Weekend games were the ones that the middle class audience flocked to. Bringing this information to the owners brought about a change of heart. The remaining teams of the National League were convinced to field association football teams as well, all except Cleveland. Irwin came up with a new name for the league as well. The new league would operate under the name of the All American Association Football League.
  2. Hello! vtgco here with another project... So, the Canadian Premier League is coming to fruition. Personally, I think the CPL's logos are okay, but not great, and so I decided I might try to make some small changes to improve them. Also, I wanted to try to make jerseys based off of them. Keep in mind, these are not predictions, just what I think looks good. Once again, I'm using raysox's template. The standard league font is Signika, which approximates the league's real font. Table of Concepts League TV Graphics -- 12-11 Confirmed Teams Calgary Cavalry -- 07-30 New Logo Options -- 07-31 York 9 FC -- 07-31 Hamilton Forge -- 08-03 Winnipeg Valour -- 08-05 New Logo Option -- 08-10 Updated Home Jersey -- 09-08 FC Edmonton -- 08-08 Halifax Wanderers -- 08-13 Pacific Beacons -- 08-20 Expansion Teams Québec Citadelles -- 08-24 Stella Maris Moncton -- 08-29 Ottawa Fury -- 09-07 Updated Away Jersey -- 09-08 Thunder Bay Chill -- 09-24 Newfoundland Dragons -- 10-21 Saskatchewan Whitetails -- 12-11 Starting out with Calgary! Calgary's logo was a bit of a miss, but mostly because it was monochromatic. Using all three colors makes it a lot better, I think, and the mountains add some Alberta symbolism. The home jersey is green (unfortunately, I think that'll be the primary color), using CADPAT for the sleeves & socks. The away is based on the Calgary flag, and has a sublimated horseshoe pattern. C&C is appreciated! Let me know if you think I've improved Calgary's logo, and/or if you like the jerseys. York will probably be the next team.
  3. rsaline

    2018/19 Soccer Kits

    I haven't seen a 2018/19 thread, but I have seen 2018/19 kits. So I figured I'd start. Chelsea: PSG: Tottenham clash:
  4. We have the Players in the "Wrong" Uniforms thread and within that thread I've seen a few "Right Team, Wrong Uniform" entries. I thought I'd separate the two, because it is an interesting topic of its' own. Here are a few to start the thread off with ... Charles Barkley, Preseason 1992, Phoenix Suns Matt Hasselbeck, 2001, Seattle Seahawks Jeff Bagwell, 1992, Houston Astros.
  5. Welcome everyone to the California Professional Soccer League or CALPROSOL! I’ve been working on this project for over a year now, but I’m very slow and meticulous, so you may have already seen state-based leagues on the boards. Nevertheless, I’m excited to present these concepts to you and get some feedback. This fictitious league features 40 of the premier clubs in California. Many soccer clubs existed in California in the late 19th and 20th centuries, but they mostly played independent exhibitions. In 1935, 10 of the top clubs organized to form “The California League” or “La Liga California”. Expansions began after World War II in 1948 as the state and national economies began to grow. Today, the 40 CALPROSOL teams make up one of the largest and most profitable soccer leagues in the world. Below you will find some helpful information regarding the league history, season format, and aesthetic standards. The existing season format was introduced in 1988 as a way to reward teams for more complete seasons as well as give every team a chance to win the California Cup. Concepts are coming soon, just bear with me! I have a lot planned for this project, but for now, you will just see club identities and kits from the 2015-16 season. Here are some of the other things I hope to complete eventually: Kits for future seasons Goalkeeper kits Simulated seasons on Football Manager or something similar Stadium renderings (perhaps SketchUp or Revit, but probably not) Training gear, fan gear (scarves, shirts, hats and the like) Historical kits You are more than welcome to give C&C, but I can’t guarantee I'll use it. You understand, right? Without further ado, let’s get started! TL;DR – I’m going to make soccer concepts, I hope you like them.
  6. Hello everyone! First I wanted to introduce myself, I'm PascalHugo and I am a designer. I wanted to create a football series, sorry soccer, across the Europe and maybe the world... So let's start this! ( Yeah yeah I know, I try inspiration by Berlin Wall and Lafarge) DEUTSCHE FUßBALL LIGA The Deutsche Fußball Liga was founded in 1960, after the DFB and the DDR decided to create an unique championship for Germany. It's a merger of several regional championship across the two Germany. It was one of the Top 5 championship in Europe (England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France) and it's most unpredictable of all. There are 20 clubs in the Deutsch Fußball Liga . During the course of a season (from August to May) each club plays the others twice (a double round-robin system), once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 38 games.
  7. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Paso_Locomotive_FC El Paso Locomotive FC is an upcoming American professional soccer team based in El Paso, Texas. Founded in 2018, the team plans to make its debut in the United Soccer League in 2019. https://www.eplocomotivefc.com/crest
  8. Inspired by many good concept threads on here, especially PascalHugo’s excellent Alternate Universe, I will try my hand at creating a football league concept from scratch but with a twist. My intent is to create a 16 team Football league consisting of defunct historic Belgian teams, trying to imagine how these clubs would look like in the modern age. Most of the logos and kits will be modern revamps of existing logos and designs. To start off, here’s the branding for this incarnation of the Belgian Pro League. Project Index Project Intro & League Logo Daring & Racing Club de Bruxelles Stade Leuven THOR Waterschei KFC Winterslag KSK Beveren KSV Waregem Matchday Graphics
  9. anonymous.

    The American Soccer Association

    Our story begins in 1997, when some 20 guys in Milwaukee decide that they're tired of plain old American Football and decide to create Brew City SC. They tour around the country playing other amateur teams, until eventually, in 2001 they create the American Soccer Association. Among the teams are: Brew City SC Chicago Stars Toronto Englishmen Empire SC San Antonio Alamo Los Angeles Saints Anyways, I'm going to post Brew City SC first, so here it goes: BADGE KIT 1 (HOME) KIT 2 (AWAY) THE STORY BEHIND THE KITS Anthony Morretti, the founder of the club, had a fondness for minimalism. This translates pretty clearly onto the kits, which are some of the most conservative in the league. KEY PLAYER 19 year-old Micheal Weber is one of the best players in the world, and has often drawn offers from top European clubs. However, he has always opted to stay with his hometown team Brew City SC. He will probably have the biggest impact on this season for all clubs, not just Brew City. FINAL RATING: 9.45 C&C appreciated, will be posting San Antonio next
  10. nino21220

    Inter Miami Kit Concept (MLS)

    Inter Miami Kit Concept
  11. Hi Everybody, After much consideration I've decided to open up a topic dedicated to the defunct or forgotten champions of Europe. Most entries will be of clubs that are no longer active but where once prominent clubs in their home country. I will also include some still existing clubs but they have to play in the lower divisions of their respective country. All entries will have revamped crests and kits but also a bit of history, mostly who they where and what happend to the club. The entries will be presented in a group of 4 teams, just like our modern Champions League so because of that updates will be slower, but once the series kicks off there will be a good amount of teams from the very start. I will also still update my Belgian Defunct Clubs series. INDEX 1.INTRO & SUMMARY 2.GROUP A (TORINESE,LEIPZIG,POLONIA,GRADANSKI) 3.GROUP B (RACING, PRESTON NORTH END, R.A.P AMSTERDAM, KB)
  12. FINISHED CONCEPTS: Cavalry FC (Calgary) FC Edmonton Forge FC (Hamilton) Halifax Wanderers Pacific FC (Vancouver Island) Valour FC (Winnipeg) York 9 FC Fury FC (Ottawa) CF Québec ----- Hey! Long time no see! ? Since it's been announced that Canada is getting its own first tier soccer/football league, I was pretty stoked when they announced Winnipeg as one of the cities to get a team (since I live in MB and all that jazz). So I decided to make some kits for all the teams that are in the league (so far): To start things off: Here's Cavalry FC! (Top is home, Bottom is away) Template created by Michael Danger aka Raysox C+C appreciated!
  13. Hi! My name is Gus. This is the first time I'm posting here so feel free to give critique. The Swedish top soccer division called Allsvenskan (All-Sweden) is a mid-level European League with teams from the late 1800's. Teams: AIK BK Häcken Djurgårdens IF GIF Sundsvall Hammarby IF IF Brommapojkarna IF Elfsborg IFK Göteborg IFK Norrköping IK Sirius Kalmar FF Malmö FF Trelleborgs FF Örebro SK Östersunds FK First up is the team from the island of Hissingen located in the Gothenburg arpelago. BK Häcken is a team founded in 1940 by two 14-15 year old boys that wanted to play games against other teams instead of just practicing. The name Häcken means Hedge in English. The original pitch was surrounded by two chestnut trees and a hedge, therefore the name BK Hedge. BK is short for Bollklubb which means ball club. The team has always worn yellow and black stripes earning the nickname Getingarna (Wasps). The primary kit has minor changes from the original while the clash kit has gone through a major change. The original is plain white with no striping, trims or design features. I changed it up giving them wings like a wasp (not really but the thought is there) to make it more interesting. C&C Appreciated
  14. soflo_sports

    US Super League (CHAMPION CROWNED)

    I apologize in advance for this super long first post here. This is by far the most lengthy and intensive project I've done yet. Anywayyyys... USSL History: The US Super League was founded in 1970 at the peak of American soccer popularity. Many leagues were expanding rapidly, and the US wanted to make a Champions League type competition to compete with the European soccer market. They founded the Super League with six leagues from Texas area, California area, Florida, New York area, New England, and the Midwest. Many teams started to assert dominance in the League, and it almost became too one-sided. In 1976, more leagues started to join to increase competition and eventually by the late 80’s, every league in America was admitted to join the US Super League. In modern day competition, 64 teams face off in a group-based format. The field narrows down to 32 as the remaining teams face another group stage. The knockout stage starts when the field hits 16, and it eventually whittles down to a final 2. Dallas Rangers hold the most victories with 7 followed by Brooklyn Wanderers who have 6 and Atletico Santa Monica who have 5. The 2016-2017 champions was the Californian club Saint Joseph who earned their 3rd title. Leagues: (7) Floridian Premier League: Florida (4) Southeastern Soccer League: Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky (3) Carolina Premier League: South Carolina, North Carolina (4) Potomac Premier League: West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, DC, Delaware (5) Metropolitan Soccer Association: New Jersey, New York (4) Pennsylvania Soccer League: Pennsylvania (5) New England Soccer League: Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine (6) Midwestern Soccer League: Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota (7) Texan Premier League: Texas, Oklahoma (4) Four Corners Soccer League: Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah (1) Yellowstone Premier League: Wyoming, Montana, Idaho (8) California Soccer League: California, Nevada (4) Cascadia Premier League: Washington, Oregon (1) Alaskan Soccer Federation: Alaska (1) Hawaiian Premier Soccer League: Hawaii *- the number in parentheses is the number of teams the league has admitted Teams: Atletico Santa Monica Austin Republic SC Bakersfield Beacon Hill Union Brooklyn Wanderers Buena Vista United Capitol Hill SC Charleston Arsenal Chesapeake Bay Athletic Columbus Rovers Commonwealth United Crescent City SC Dallas Rangers SC Dallas Sporting Club Daytona Racing Club Deportivo Miami Dorchester City SC East Harlem SC El Paso Mission Fort Pitt United Hartford City SC Houston Independence Hyde Park SC Islanders SC Kailua Bay SC Kansas City SC Knoxville United Las Vegas SC 1905 Lauderdale Athletic Club Lincoln SC Lubbock SC Manhattan Calcio Merrimack United Niagara United North Star United Oakland SC Ocala Riders SC Oklahoma City Athletic Olympique Detroit Pacifica SC Peaks United SC Pittsburgh Ironworks SC Princeton Academical SC Providence SC Puget Sound SC Racing Club Charlotte Riverside United SC Rockies SC Rose City SC Royal Baltimore SC Sacramento Republic SC Saint Joseph SC Salt Lake United Scranton City SC South Philadelphia SC Sporting Phoenix St. Johns Brigade Summerhill SC SV Milwaukee Tacoma SC Triangle Sport Club Venice Beach SC Vulcans SC Willis United With all that said, here's the first (of 64) team! Atletico Santa Monica “The Black and Yellows” Los Angeles, CA League: California Soccer League Kits: Adidas Colors: Black and Yellow Sponsor: Hulu Year Founded: 1932 USSL Titles: 5 League Finish: 2
  15. Hello, everyone, I'm vtgco! I've lurked on these forums for a while now, and I finally decided to sign up for an account and post my first topic, because... ...after a few less successful attempts, I have finally created a concept for my Seattle Sounders that I like! Despite being an enthusiastic fan of the team, I don't particularly like their current logo. Its strangely shaped shields and redundant white & gray outlines feel poorly weighted, the Space Needle is inaccurately depicted in a gray color, and the banner hogs the spotlight. Worst of all, though, the current logo doesn't even represent the beloved Puget Sound, the namesake of the team! I think my concept addresses some of these issues, while also combining the different eras of Sounders logo history. So, first off, I decided to use a hexagonal, emerald shape for the Emerald City's team. I also wanted to use a kelly/emerald green, because I don't like the obnoxious lime green, because it's closer to the color of both trees (Seattle has a lot of those) and emeralds, and because the NASL and USL Sounders used a darker green. I created a new, more accurately colored and shaped Space Needle silhouette. I brought in the NASL era-style waves to represent the Puget Sound. I paired it with the NASL era wordmark, which I really love, and kept the current logo's "Seattle" font. For A & B, I wanted to have versions that used similar colors and format (green on top of blue) to the current logo. For C & D, I incorporated the NASL-era teal, creating an abstract image of a typical view of the Puget Sound (light blue sky, green islands, deep blue water). It also semi-intentionally looks like the local SoundTransit buses, which apparently was once the jersey sponsor for the USL-era Sounders. I might do some alternate logos and jerseys, so hopefully you guys can help me decide between these four versions before I move on! Your input is appreciated. Thanks! TL;DR: I really like retro Sounders stuff. Help me choose a version of my logo, plz
  16. NicDB

    FC Wisconsin

    This is a very rough sketch of a project I hope to complete over the weekend. It started as my proposal for the new USL D3 club slated to start play in Madison, but they obviously wanted a Madison-centric identity. So I tweaked it to make it a bit more focused on Milwaukee, but in such a way that people throughout the state could support the club with pride. The badge draws from both the Milwaukee city and Wisconsin state flags. I plan to experiment with a few different color combos, but will lean heavily towards blue, gold, and possibly powder blue and/or white. The badge features two barley sprigs arranged in a laurel wreath; a nod to the region's most famous adult beverage which is enjoyed by many a soccer fan. The 1848 has a dual meaning. It is the year Wisconsin joined the union and the year Milwaukee saw its first significant wave of immigrants, the Forty-Eighters from Bavaria. The Forty-Eighters were imstrumental in shaping Milwaukee's early sporting culture, of which remants can still be found throughout the city (Most famously, the "discus man" logo outside Turner Hall in Downtown MKE).
  17. C-Reezy1000

    NBA Soccer Crossover

    Atlanta Hawks: For the Hawks I got rid of the charcoal and volt, and carried over the hawk feather pattern.
  18. C-Reezy1000

    A Dumb Yank's Take on Football.

    Here marks the start of my journey through "the Beautiful Game". I will go one league at a time, I will design based off my own personal preference and historical accuracy, keep the feedback more helpful and less bashful. I will start in the Prem with Arsenal and go on through the league in order. Arsenal Home: For the first kit I went with the traditional red shirt with white sleeves for obvious reasons. I finish up the main look with the standard white shorts and red socks. Away: The second kit is reminiscent of the second kit from the 2014-15 season. This is one my favorite EPL kits so it had to make it in for Arsenal. Clash: The change kit a simple white shirt with red shorts and slightly different red socks.
  19. Voting is here! We now have 32 entries, so I shuffled the groups around to accommodate missing teams. Honduras replaces Peru in Group D. USA replaces Belgium in Group G. Iceland and Columbia will receive 10% point reductions for being late. Here is how voting works: Rank each team in each group. First place gets 4 points, second gets 2 points, third gets 1 point, fourth gets zero. Top two teams from each group will advance to the knockout round. In the event of a tie, the team with more first place votes advances. If you are a participant, votes in your own group will not count - but you can vote anyway. Voting for the knockout round will last through Saturday. Advancing teams will advance into knockout stage with same assignments as the real World Cup (A1/B2, C1/D2, etc.). Each knockout round will last 2 days (R16 Sun/Mon, Quarters Tue/Wed, Semis Thu/Fri, Final Sat/Sun). As a reminder, entrants were required to design: New country crest New home kit New clash kit Scarf I encourage you all to zoom in on these concepts to see the detail. There's some pretty good stuff in here! Please wait until I post all of the groups before you start voting! Thanks! If you see any issues with your concept, let me know. Also, here's a link to live-ish standings: Link
  20. anythinglogos

    2018 FIFA World Cup Kits

    Quite a few teams already qualified and more will qualify in the coming international break, so it's time.There's been a steady trickle of leaks for months, but now the leaks are really starting to be flooding in Logo Official Ball Referee kits (available in blue, black, red, yellow and green)
  21. Are you super excited to watch soccer all morning like me? Are you kinda bummed that the US didn't make it but still enjoying world class talent? Do you have a hankering for making some international soccer concepts? Then you clicked on the right thread! This is a reboot of a contest that was done for the 2014 World Cup, for those of you who are new. See these threads for inspiration: Individuals wishing to sign up for this years' edition will be randomly assigned to one of the 32 teams in the 8 groups of the World Cup. Designers will compete in a group stage with the best two concepts from each group continuing to the 16-team knockout round. From there, concepts will be pitted head to head in a single-elimination tournament to determine the champion, runner-up, and third place finishers. Once you are assigned a team, you will be responsible for creating: A new team crest A primary kit consisting of shirt, shorts, and socks A clash kit consisting of shirt, shorts, and socks A scarf related to the team (can be one-sided or two-sided) Although some designs may carry over from real life (checkers for Croatia, blue/white stripes for Argentina), everything you create should be your own. All of these items must fit on one image. Now let's talk timing. If you are interested in participating, reply to this thread by Tuesday, June 19, 2018, at 11:59:59 PM PDT. The first 32 people to sign up will be guaranteed a spot. If there is more interest I will try to find a way to work you in - TBD. By Wednesday June 20, you will be assigned a team. You will have until Sunday, July 1, 2018, at 11:59:59 PM PDT to submit your concept to me via PM or email (ryan.saline94+wc18@gmail.com ). Voting for group stage will last 4 days, then each knockout round will last 2 days. This will give us a champion by July 13th-14th-ish. More details on voting will come after we have submissions collected. If you are interested, reply to sign up. If you have questions, reply to have them answered (hopefully). P.S. I am signing up to fill slot 1 Rule amendments based on comments: Uniforms do not need to be on a flat template Hand-drawn concepts are welcome Your name will be posted to the concept and you may supply a short artistic description for your design Additionally, the following additional elements are allowed on your submissions: Jersey details in callouts Examples of full sets of numbers Mockups of jerseys on real players Basically, if you see it on one of the submissions from the 2014 contest it's fair game You may use existing fonts or create your own Update (6/20 PM): Team assignments are now posted in the table below and in this post
  22. US, Mexico and Canada joint bid for 2026 World Cup? https://www.theguardian.com/football/2017/apr/06/us-canada-mexico-joint-world-cup-bid-2026
  23. JohnnyGODdreau

    Johnny's Soccer Team Concepts for 2018-19

    I've been playing around with the PES kit creator and thought I'd share some of the designs that I'd like to see teams wearing next season. If there is a team you'd like me to come up with a design for, feel free to make a request. I'll start off with my favourite team: Bayern Munich. For the home kit, I wanted to go with a classic feel, I was mostly inspired by their red and white striped kit from 2010, which was a throwback to the early 1970's. Main Alt For the away, I wanted a classy looking white and red kit. I added the checker pattern as an homage to Bavaria. And with the third, I went with an intimidating black and red look. With the option for white shorts and/or socks in case of a kit clash.
  24. Section30

    American Premier League

    Hello everyone, about a year ago I decided to make a fictional soccer league from my home state of Minnesota. I had a lot of fun doing that and have decided to make a league with 20 teams all across the USA. The American Premier League was founded in 1960 and has teams all across the country, there are 2 conferences, east and west with 10 teams in each. For this series I tried to give some cities that don't have MLS teams a team, some markets are too big to leave out however. each team will have a home, away and third kit, home and away are related to the team and its identity while the third kits are more like a city or state uniform. The league has a deal with Nike to be the leagues manufacturer for kits until 2021, so all the teams are Nike. I look forward to this series and I hope you guys do too, feel free to discuss about the teams and what you'd like to see, without further adieu, lets get started! The American Premier Leagues logo is heavily based on the logo I used for the Northstar Soccer League last year, it is a soccer ball with a star at the center and APL below. The leagues colors are red white and blue to match other leagues like the MLB and NBA.
  25. https://www.madisonprosoccer.com/news_article/show/918808?referrer_id=3950219 Madison, WI is getting a pro soccer team and there's a contest open to name it (and suggest colors!) I thought ya'll would appreciate it, so I included the link above. [moderator: if this is not the right forum, apologies & please delete.]