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  1. The British Gridiron League (BGL) brings American Football to the United Kingdom and Ireland, and to Europe. With the playing of the NFL London games, the sport has gained popularity in the country. The creation of a separate league in the British Isles allows for the sport to be played there, without the NFL having to commit to having a full team there. The NFL would still play the London Series. The league would start with 10 12 teams, divided into a North Division and a South Division. The rules would be mostly the same as the NFL, *except with XFL-style kickoffs*. South Division London Knights Southampton Storm Spitfires Bristol Marauders Birmingham Cannons Cardiff Dragons Belfast Dublin Emeralds North Division Edinburgh Highlanders Kelpies Manchester Industry Liverpool Steamers Glasgow Griffons Leeds Owls Newcastle Vibe The season would run for 14 weeks, from the beginning of April through July. Each team would play each of their division opponents twice, and 3 of the teams from the other division. Each team would get one bye week. The playoffs would run over a course of four weeks, with a week between the Division Semis and Division Finals, and 2 weeks between the Division Finals and League Championship. League Logo/Shield Banner Logo Team Locations Poster C&C Welcome and appreciated, it may be a few days before I can get any actual team concepts going, I've been busy with school and the like. Just wanted to get the league concept on here.
  2. Shad Khan In Deal to Buy Wembley Stadium. Just when you thought the NFL Franchise Merry Go Round had stopped for a while... new speculation emerges. It seems unlikely to me, but has Khan given up on Jacksonville and is he willing to take the London plunge?
  3. After spending far too many hours in the pubs around East London, it suddenly dawned on me that a lot of my favourite drinking establishments could have sports logo designed around their names. I have started to create the East London Pub League (working title) which will feature logos for 16 different East London boozers. Not quite sure which sport they will be representing, but I think I'll be heading towards an American Football League with 4 conferences. I will try and inject a little bit of humour when I can, but my aim is to design serious branding for each pub to help sharpen my design skills. No idea how long this will take to complete, but just going to post as and when I can. Teams North Ish Conference 1)***** 2)***** 3)***** 4)***** East East Conference 1) Swan Wharf 2) Howling Hops 3)***** 4)***** East End Conference 1)***** 2)***** 3)***** 4)***** Shoreditch Conference 1) Owl and Pussycat 2)***** 3)***** 4)*****
  4. Hey everyone, I work for my city's Jr B hockey club as graphic designer, and I've always had ideas for speciality jerseys that we could wear throughout the year. This November for Remembrance Day, I have designed a special Canadian Military themed jersey. It's based off of what Canadian Military personal wear when not in combat. Sadly this won't see the ice First time designing a jersey like this, let me know what you think!
  5. I'm not sure why it is so hard for Puma to make a decent soccer uniform so I threw this together for Arsenal. Let me know what you guys think and I'm open to suggestions so fire away. **Edit**
  6. Hey folks, continuing on Canadian soccer series. Did up a replacement logo for London, Ontario, also known as forest city, I included a stylized tree, along with a red cross to signify London's strong history of Medical Research. The black squirrel appears all around London's numerous parks. Current logo for comparison:
  7. For those of you who don't know I have an NFL International series that is coming in June. However I couldn't wait that long. So I have a little of a trailer for you guys(not literally). Every week until the series start I will release the primary logo for a team. If you haven't seen London from my last series here it is: And for this week I present the Hong Kong Dragons: Tell me what city you want to see next, I've got 144 teams slated.
  8. Hey everyone. I decided I would give a shot at making a soccer brand concept. This is the first time I have ever done one like this, so feedback would be great. The team is London City Soccer Club from London, Ontario and plays in the Canadian Soccer League. The franchise has a storied history and has had some terrible branding over the years. The crest: Features the London, Ontario coat of arms and "73" to honor the year the club was founded (1973) Road Home Alternate (features London skyline on back)
  9. Hello everybody As a Huge English NFL fan I am very excited by the prospect of a Uk or English NFL team! However I felt I had to get my concept across. For us to get a NFL franchise would require a HUGE gamble on the NFL's part. This is not because there is not enough interest but because of UK fans failing to accept and support the new team. The new franchise would only be followed by UK fans thus for it to survive it would need to draw UK NFL fans from their current teams. In my view the only way to do this would be to invoke a patriotic brand. For my concept I have chosen to ditch the UK element as some on here suggested their is too much red white and blue in the NFL. That being said and the fact the franchise would be in London led me to an England concept. I have chosen the name ENGLAND KNIGHTS I admit it doesn't roll of the tongue as much as London knights but you have to understand that for the franchise to work here London CANNOT be in the name. I'm from Liverpool and don't care much for London. My fellow northern NFL friends said they wouldn't ditch their NFL teams to follow a team called London something. Seems petty but can be very tribal here on our island especially in the worlds football game I have gone with the Knights name not only (to enter madden comp lol) but because it invokes that classic image many people abroad think of when they here England, Castles knights dragons etc. I didn't go with dragons because that = Wales here. When you think of an English knight you think of the white robe with the red cross with chain mail. This is the basis for my uniform. http:// I will explain at the bottom of this post why but you have to use your imagination with the helmet as I don't have the skills to show it how I wish yet. I want a helmet like this one- http:// The aim is to make it look like a knights helmet with battle scars etc. For the logo I have gone with the classic three lions as that was England's original flag which makes it historically correct for this concept and is England's most patriots logo. It doesn't come across in the Uniform concept picture but I would want the helmet like the one above with the three lions in chrome like the Oregon helmet. The reason I have the number small on the front is because it takes away from the cross if it was big and based on English sporting tradition we don't do big numbers on the from and as far as I'm aware there is no rule against a small front number. The Gray on the sides is to represent chain mail. Maybe at close it would have chain mail watermarks to give it a more real affect but not sure if that would be necessary. The reason the back of the jersey is red is because the classic English knight look wears a red cape with the white robe thus I hope this give it that affect. Here is my very poor attempt at a word mark- http:// No need for an explanation you can see what I have done. Now I LOVE GRAPHIC DESIGN and have been a big fan of these boards and everyone's talent and works on here. However I'm just getting started. I don't have the programs or skills yet to produce my ideas. I'm using Inkscape and paint and watching you tube vids to learn. I recently got engaged to an American and plan on marrying and moving there soon and hope to maybe learn graphic design while there. The reason I say this is because a UK NFL team is something me and any other ex pat would love to see while living in the US and I would love nothing more than to see my design truly fleshed out so I can see it for how I imagine it. Please can you help me by giving me advice tips on my concept and I hope someone on here can take my idea and create a more realistic vision of it i.e pic of a real player wearing the kit etc. I know I'm very bad at the moment so please be kind ill do have good Ideas trust me I just don't have the skills as of yet would LOVE your expert opinions and further concept images based on my idea, thanks for looking
  10. Hello everyone. I posted a version of this logo for last years tournament and got some good feedback, so I thought I would post the 2014 version and see where it goes. Couldn't decide on a chrome version or the color version so I did both. Feedback is appreciated! Color version: Chrome version: Old logo VS New logo:
  11. Hi guys, been a while. I'm working on a project for a London NFL team. Decided on the name Archers (wanted to go different than lions/royals/kings/etc). I've got some preliminary logos done, but they don't look right Hoping you guys could give me some constructive criticism on 'em, tell me how to make them better! Bit tough cause there are no current archer logos really to reference. Cheers
  12. Jason La Canfora, our favorite Draft Twitter Guy Who Ruins Everything, had a pretty good article today regarding the now near-constant rumors circulating that the NFL is blood-drunk on moving a franchise to the UK in the next handful of years, and there's two franchises in Florida that may be the "winner." Meanwhile, also via CBS, this time by the Almost a Great Porno Name NFL reporter Pete Prisco, it's the Bucs who may be the inevitable:
  13. Hello everyone! In London, Ontario every year, high schools from across the city participate in a fundraiser for the United Way called "The United Way High School Football Tournament" It's not really a tournament, but the city's senior football (Grade 11 to 13) teams head down to TD Waterhouse Stadium at Western University and play their first regular season game in front of their schools. The students at the schools pay $5 to board a bus and head down to the university to watch the games. Great atmosphere as a player (Played in the game 3 times) and as a fan. One thing I have notice is that there isn't a logo or a symbol for the games, so I thought I would take a stab at designing one. Feedback is greatly appreciated! The building on the top of the logo is the J.W. Little Memorial Building. It is the main entrance to the stadium and houses the locker rooms. I know there is still work to be done to call this one finished, so any constructive feedback is welcome!