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  1. Don't think that Baylor is going to the PAC-12 if this tweet is anything to go by:
  2. The Pelicans' G-League affiliate has been named the Birmingham Squadron. Alternate logos (courtesy of Christian Clark of nola.com) Source: https://www.nba.com/pelicans/news/birmingham-squadron-selected-team-name-new-orleans-pelicans-g-league-affiliate-0
  3. NAIA's University of the Virgin Islands has a new look. New Old From uvi.edu: Source: https://uvi.edu/news/articles/2021/21_084_uvi_athletics_logo.aspx
  4. Here is the first self-made St. Pauli home kit (pretty classy IMO), courtesy of Footy Headlines: Along with a hype video, mainly for DIIY: Source (with more pictures): https://www.footyheadlines.com/2020/12/in-house-fc-st-pauli-21-22-home-kit.html BONUS from joindiiy.de: If you have 70 Euro (about $85) and purchase a kit during the month of December, you can have your name on the front of the kit instead of where it says "congstar" for no extra charge. The kit, which is unisex, comes in sizes ranging from XS all the way up to 5XL, and you also have the option for a slim fit or a regular fit.
  5. Not only are FC St. Pauli parting ways with Under Armour... ...but they are creating what they are hoping will be the world's most sustainable teamsport collection. Source: https://www.beinsports.com/au/football/news/sustainable-st-pauli-to-produce-its-own-kit/1584981 It was also announced today that an eventual goal of this new supplier called DI!Y is to produce kits for other clubs. Here's a piece on that from Footy Headlines: Source: https://www.footyheadlines.com/2020/11/fc-st-pauli-wants-to-make-kits-for.html
  6. Presson says the team is working with an agency to help with the process, that will include a lot of communication with key stakeholders. “We are in the process of developing our fan engagement plan to make sure we take the proper feedback from all involved.” Source: https://globalnews.ca/news/7442194/edmonton-football-club-new-name-cfl/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
  7. Source: https://www.nwslsoccer.com/news/article/angel-city-confirms-name-as-angel-city-football-club-and-officially-joins-national-womens-soccer-league
  8. https://www.oaklandrootssc.com/news_article/show/1122632
  9. Today's country and the final country being presented in the ERBA is Northern Ireland. For the final time, here is the league logo: Both of Northern Ireland's numbers are 4. Therefore, Northern Ireland gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs: Linfield RBC: Glentoran RBC: Cliftonville RBC: Crusaders RBC:
  10. Surprise evening post, y'all! Today's second country is Turkey. First, as always, is the league logo: Both of Turkey's numbers are 5. Therefore, Turkey gets 5 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs: Fenerbahçe PBK: Galatasaray PBK (The name on the back of these is also a nickname of the team, so it worked out wonderfully. In English, "aslan" means "lion".): Beşiktaş PBK: Trabzonspor PBK: Bursaspor PBK:
  11. Kazakhstan is today's country. We're getting close to the end of this thread, but don't worry, I'll have more stuff to showcase when we get there. For now, here is Kazakhstan's league logo: Both of Kazakhstan's numbers are 4. Therefore, Kazakhstan gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs. Astana RBC: RBC Irtysh: RBC Atkobe: RBC Spartak Semey:
  12. France is today's country. If there were a "Big Five" in ERBA, France would be included. First, as always, is the league logo. Both of France's numbers are 6. Therefore, France gets 6 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs. Olympique de Marseille RBC: ARB Saint-Étienne: Paris Saint-Germain RBC: AS Monaco RBC: RBC Nantes: Olympique Lyonnais RBC:
  13. Slovenia is today's country. First, as always, is the league logo. Both of Slovenia's numbers are 4. Therefore, Slovenia gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs. RBK Maribor: RBK Gorica: RBK Domžale RBK Olimpija Ljubljana:
  14. The small, two-island, Mediterranean country of Malta is today's country. First, as always, is the league logo: Both of Malta's numbers are 4. Therefore, Malta gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs. Sliema Wanderers RBC: Floriana RBC: Valletta RBC: Hibernians RBC:
  15. Bosnia & Herzegovina is today's country. First, as always, is the league logo. Both of B&H's numbers are 4. Therefore, B&H gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs. RKK Zrinjski Mostar: RKK Željezničar Sarajevo: RKK Sarajevo: RKK Široki Brijeg:
  16. Norway is today's country. First, as always, is the league logo: Both of Norway's numbers are 4. Therefore, Norway gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs: Stabæk RBK: Vålerenga RBK: Rosenborg RBK: Viking RBK:
  17. North Macedonia is today's country. This is the country that was called the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia until a little over a year ago. Anyhow, here's the league logo: Both of North Macedonia's numbers are 4. Therefore, North Macedonia gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs: RKK Vardar: RKK Rabotnički: RKK Sileks: RKK Shkëndija:
  18. Portugal is today's country. First, as always, is the league logo: Portugal's numbers are 5 and 6. 6 is the higher number; therefore, Portugal gets 6 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs. PBL Benfica: Sporting RBCP: RBC Porto: Boavista RBC: Vitória RBC de Guimarães: RBC Braga:
  19. Today's second country is Spain. First, as always, is the league logo: Both of Spain's numbers are 7, so in order to even things out, Spain gets 8 clubs. This means that Spain, along with Germany, England, and Italy, is one of the "Big Four" countries in the ERBA. Here are the uniform sets for those eight clubs: RBC Barcelona: RCD Espanyol BP: RBC Atlético de Madrid: Real Madrid CRB: RBC Bilbao: Valencia CRB: Real Sociedad RB: RCRB La Coruña:
  20. I might post two countries today, just so you all know. Moldova is today's (first) country. First, as always, is the league logo: Both of Moldova's numbers are 4. Therefore, Moldova gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs> RBC Sheriff Tiraspol: RBC Zimbru Chișinău: RBC Milsami Orhei: RBC Sfântul Gheorghe Suruceni:
  21. Israel is today's country. As mentioned in the second post of this thread, due to Israel's membership in UEFA, the two old Israeli franchises of the Jerusalem Spirits and the Tel Aviv Orange are being transferred from the PARBA (the roller bowling confederation for Asia) to the ERBA. These two franchises will have their branding scrapped and their ownership either changed or split up, depending upon the respective cities. Anyhow, here is the league logo for Israel: Both of Israel's numbers are 4. Therefore, Israel gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs: Maccabi Tel Aviv RBC: Hapoel Tel Aviv RBC: Bnei Yehuda (Tel Aviv) RBC: RBC Beitar Jerusalem:
  22. Finland is today's country. First, as always, is the league logo: Both of Finland's numbers are 4. Therefore, Finland gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets: HRK Helsinki: RKK Haka: HIFK RK: KuPS RK:
  23. Today's country is Hungary. First, as always, is the league logo: Both of Hungary's numbers are 4. Therefore, Hungary gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs. Budapest Honvéd RBC: Ferencváros RBC: Újpest RBC: MTK Budapest RBC:
  24. Croatia is today's country. First, as always, is the league logo. Both of Croatia's numbers are 4. Therefore, Croatia gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs: Dinamo Zagreb: Hadjuk Split: Rijeka: Gorica:
  25. The other Eurasian country of Georgia is today's destination. First, as always, is the league country. Both of Georgia's numbers are 4. Therefore, Georgia gets 4 clubs. Here are the uniform sets for those clubs: RBC Dinamo Tbilisi: RBC Torpedo Kutaisi: RBC WIT Georgia: RBC Rustavi:
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