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Everything posted by mcrosby

  1. I like the thought, but the Lady Slippers doesn't exact exude athleticism:
  2. A fantastic suggestion. I really like the Trailblazer name. Lots of great meaning with that. Here's a really quickly put together concept for that. This is a proof of concept, and I definitely used some open source clipart. Let me know what you think and I may pursue it further.
  3. I go back and forth on whether these sister clubs should have similar brands to their brother clubs. I like the cohesiveness of a shared brand direction, but I also like individual identity. Here's how they look together. If I were to go a different route, what would you name a MN club?
  4. Next up: Houston Dash Leap I've always loved this photo of Dr. Anna Lee Fisher, and Houston is the perfect spot to take one giant leap for womankind.
  5. Let's assume the Minnesota club will be affiliated with MNUFC. The loons have one of the best looks in the MLS, best not to stray too far, but why not get a little weird with the NWSL side. Minnesota is as full of Nordic heritage as any place in the US, and they play Duck Duck Goose all wrong because of it. Welcome the Gray Ducks to the NWSL. (if this isn't well received I might consider Gemini)
  6. Team 2: Atlanta Beat FC Former member of WUSA and WPS is back for more. Drumsticks in the roundel, and a logo suitable for The Peach State.
  7. I can't wait to see what you've been working on! Your CPL thread was great. Interesting point about the quails, I hadn't considered it because URSA seemed like such a great name, literally translating to She-Bear. I've really been struggling to come up with good club names. Here's hoping I get some good ideas from this thread.
  8. The National Women's Soccer League gained some much deserved traction during the World Cup and will be adding clubs very soon. Rumors abound that we'll see teams in Louisville, Atlanta, and Sacramento within the next two years. So far, I've only done a single logo, so I'll be looking for help with team names and logo ideas. Let me know what you're thinking for: Louisville Atlanta Los Angeles Miami Minnesota Indianapolis any other city! First up: Ursa Sacramento FC Sacramento Republic FC has shown the fervor for soccer in HotSac, and now it's the ladies' turn. I've redone the SFC logo before, but I wanted to go a different direction with this concept. The She-Bears go by Ursa Sacramento FC and have a crest that reflects the flag of the California Republic.
  9. Love some ideas for National Women's Soccer League expansion. Looking for cities and names. Sacramento Atlanta New England Louisville ???
  10. Thanks for watching everyone! Please go show some love on my Behance page.
  11. That's a lot of Melbourne region.
  12. Needy needy. If I get the gumption, maybe.
  13. Wellington: Stripes, a W, a phoenix. FC Sutherland Shire. The shire seems to love sharks in their sports logos. I had a bunch of shark fin designs piled up from an attempt at a San Jose Sharks redesign, so I've done some recycling. The Pukeko, which 'invaded' New Zealand less than 1,000 years ago. Invaders seemed like a great name so I ran with it.
  14. Two more for you to chew on. Auckland City FC. Simplicity and stripes wins the day here. And one that I'm not sure about, and definitely the weirdest of the bunch. Sunshine Coast Fire FC. The current crest is pretty standard cookie cutter low-league football. I toyed with various sun and flame imagery but it all felt a bit machismo. Then I came across an Australian fire opal. Turns out making a logo version of an opal is not the easiest thing in the world, but I'm pretty happy with this look. I figure some iridescent treatment like the 2019 Tottenham kit would work well. That leaves 3 clubs to make 32 (although now the idea of 36 clubs in 3 leagues has me thinking...If anyone has ideas for the rest, I'm all ears. Sutherland Shire Christchurch Wellington Phoenix Christchurch 4 other clubs???
  15. The Shire, Sunshine Coast, some more NZ clubs. I was thinking two 16 club leagues, but 3 leagues of 12 is intriguing. I'm not sure where I'd fit in another 4 clubs though.
  16. Leaves or no leaves for The Hibs?
  17. Here's the other Tas club, and a third Perth club. Launceston: Known for its giant Eucalyptus trees I went with the Rangers monicker and a nice eucalyptus green. I initially paired it with a dark forest green, but green belongs to Hobart Town. West Coast Eendracht FC: The dutch ship Eendracht came upon the West coast of Australia in 1615, albeit quite a bit North of Perth. The name Eendracht in Dutch literally means 'carrying (as) one' meaning together or in concord, but is also translated as "unity" or "union". So it's a new way of calling a club United while still being unique. The ship in the logo is from an old Dutch East India Company plaque.
  18. Right now the plan is 4 NZ Clubs, Sunshine Coast, another Perth, Launceston, and Sutherland Shire bt PNG and Singapore are an interesting concept.
  19. I've been on a roll tonight trying to avoid watching my Packers play terribly against the Eagles, so here's the final next team. That said, I've decided to go ahead with 6 more clubs, forming enough clubs for two divisions.
  20. Agreed. I'd try to reduce the number of colors. Maybe try a red/white chip instead of a purple/black chip. I think you could go with a single die like this, but replace the 3 side with an LV monogram.
  21. Western FC is not a great name. I have no idea where Western is. So here's Western Melbourne Athletic: And an expansion: Top End FC out of Darwin, NT. The crest is the shape of the Northern Territory.
  22. Here's my idea for making the nickname official:
  23. Thanks for all the feedback. I messed around with adding "nomads" somewhere on the crest but couldn't find a good fit. Got ideas?
  24. Next up: Townsville FC, the Nomads. The flying fox is sometimes called the little red nomad, and Nomads has always felt like a great soccer name to me, so here it is. the bat+FC can stand alone as well, as the hanging bat forms an abstract T.
  25. MLS has shown time and time again that teams can have the same name. And as of now, Indy isn't an MLS club.