PascalHugo

Alternative Football Universe: Premier Division (4/20: Nottingham United FC)

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On 20/12/2017 at 6:42 AM, wentvoltage123 said:

What program do you use to make all these beautiful logos?

Thanks! I use Photoshop.

On 27/12/2017 at 2:55 PM, AkramTheBoss said:

Thanks for the advice Pascal! Can't wait for the next batch!

Thanks to you for the follow!

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Cardiff FC
The Cardiff Football Club was founded in 1912 by a group of friends who wanted to try their hand at this nascent sport. He has spent most of his history in the lower categories, interspersed with periods in the first division. The Welsh club appeared for the first time in the first division in 1960 where it remained until 1967. With the relegation in the second division occurred a financial and technical collapse that led the club to the fourth division. With patience the club returned to the second division in 1986 where he remained until 1996, when I returned for his second time in the first division. Since then the club has shuttled from second to first division.
 
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The clubs crest has undergone several changes throughout its history. In the beginning the Cardiff FC emblem was simply the red dragon symbol of Wales. In the 60s with the advent in the first division was created a new emblem that depicted inside the dragon and the initials of the club. The current logo was introduced in 2000 after a renewal of the club.
 
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Kits
The Cardiff Football Club wears yellow jerseys and black shorts from the second half of the 30s. The club's first uniforms were in fact red like the symbolic dragon of Wales. In 1937 the then club president decided to adopt the colors of an important brewery industry of the city. Puma has been sponsoring the club since 2010, while Fun88 appears on the club's shirts since 2016.
 
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Epic! Love the colour scheme! And kind of ironic puma and fun88 sponsor them (newcastle?)

 

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Man, I don't usually comment a lot in this forum, but your logos are absolutely amazing!!! As a Spaniard, I'm intrigued about what you have in mind for a Spanish liga :)

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On 2/1/2018 at 9:18 AM, AkramTheBoss said:

Epic! Love the colour scheme! And kind of ironic puma and fun88 sponsor them (newcastle?)

 

Thanks a lot!! Yeah I keep inspiration from existing club sponsorship to create something "real".

On 2/1/2018 at 1:19 PM, _OCallaghan_ said:

Awesome, man!! I'm looking forward to keep seeing more teams soon!

Thanks my friend! I've a lot of club that are ready.

On 5/1/2018 at 7:39 PM, Carlos Pérez said:

Man, I don't usually comment a lot in this forum, but your logos are absolutely amazing!!! As a Spaniard, I'm intrigued about what you have in mind for a Spanish liga :)

Thank you so much. The Spanish Liga is the next, i've some interesting idea...

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Nottingham United FC
The Nottingham United Football Club was founded June 17, 1891 in a local in the city of Nottingham, when the presidents of the two city teams, Nottingham Football Club and Trent Rovers FC, decided to merge the two teams to create a unique reality able to represent the city in the newborn English league. The NUFC has experienced its most successful period in the early part of the last century. In fact, he won his only three championships, respectively in 1908,1920 and 1925. He has spent most of his history in the Premier Division, but after the successes of the early twentieth century, the club has added in his palmares only a few National cup. After the Second World War the club experienced a period of difficulty, in fact the club remained for 18 consecutive years in the second division returning to the Premier Division in the 1969-70 season. Since then, the club, except for a period of ups and downs in the end of the 90s, has never abounded its place in the top division. Today the club lives a period of tranquility sailing in the middle of the standings and managing to save itself from relegation with tranquility.
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The emblem of Nottingham United has not undergone many changes compared to the first of its history. In fact, over the years there have been only small changes and upgrades. Inside there are two deer rampant symbols of the city along with the castle symbol of the town that stands on the river Leen.
 
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Kits
The green shirts with white sleeves are real icons in British football. The first shirt was totally green with black shorts and socks. In 1905 the famous white sleeves were introduced, and the shorts became white. Today the club is in its sixth year of sponsorship with Nike while Genting appears on the club's shirts since 2015.
 
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If these teams were real, I would buy most of their jerseys. Keep Up The Good Work!

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 Fantastic work, the crests are great, and the kits are all perfect. The Reims away shirt is probably the most beatiful jersey i have seen in my entire life, with Olympique away as a close second.

I'm glad I've found this thread today, and I'll be anxiously awaiting for new updates.

( Any mistakes in grammar/orthography are of full responsability of Google, the Brazilian Public Education System, and the fact that I am a lazy bastard )

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Brilliant as usual! Has a classuc feel to it!

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Great concepts! Love the imagination that has gone into this. Will you be continuing this?

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