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Omaha Transcontinental FC is a Major League Soccer team, located in Omaha, Nebraska. Omaha is known as being a sports city (it is known as the "amateur sports capital of the world"), however, currently it has no professional sports teams. Any team that would be located there would have a high probability for success. The name "Transcontinental" comes from the fact that Omaha was the starting point for the First Transcontinental Railroad across the United States. Omaha is home to the headquarters of the Union Pacific Railroad, the largest railroad company in the United States, and has a strong association with the railroads and trains in general. Additionally, Omaha is home to many very wealthy people, so that would provide opportunities for local investment and ownership. Badge Description: A 3-pointed shield, with two crossed lines to appear as railroad tracks, with a golden spike (which was used at the symbolic completion of the Transcontinental Railroad), and a soccer ball. Uniforms Description: Features the team's colors (gold on black for home, black on gold for away), with a set of parallel lines running diagonally across the torso (to represent railroad tracks), fading off to the bottom corner. The jersey sponsor is the Union Pacific Railroad. Logo on Backgrounds Promotional Poster Description: Features the Omaha skyline and the club's badge, with the hashtag #HellOnCleats. When the Transcontinental Railroad was built, the moving "town" that followed the workers was known as "Hell On Wheels". From that, the phrase "Hell on Cleats" comes (soccer players wear cleats). Stadium Union Pacific Stadium (would be a new stadium, total capacity: 62,000) Would be shared with the NFL Expansion team, the Omaha Engineers (Concept: https://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/120430-nfl-expansion-x-viperion101/?tab=comments#comment-3034201 . I know on there it says "Locomotives", but the concept, logo, and uniforms would stay the same, the name would just be changed to "Engineers".). The capacity would probably be reduced for soccer, probably only keeping the lower 3 tiers and end seating open.
This is the first design of mine that I am uploading to this site. Pretty much all of the logos are a mashup of different logos I found. The name Lucky Buckets is from the famous Lucky Bucket Brewing Company originating from Nebraska. I thought it would be interesting to design a concept based on the brand. Let me know what you think and respectful criticism is more than welcome. BTW, I've used the program GIMP to do my designs, so I apologize that these aren't "professionally" done. Main Logo: Alternate Logo: Home Jersey Text Away Jersey Text Bottle-cap Logo NBA 2K Design
Hey guys! I preordered the new NBA 2k16 video game so it should be here Friday and I wanted to get started on my MyTEAM identity seeing as they have lots of new customization options. I have never created a new team identity before and this is the first logo I've ever made so I would love some advice! I live in Omaha, NE and noticed that the game has the option to locate a team there so I based my team around that. I went with the team name of storm because there already is an Omaha Storm Chasers baseball team and plus I figured I could get a cool color scheme and uniforms from it . So here we go! I have a logo, home, away, alt and pride uniform for the Omaha Storm! Logo: I'm pretty happy with this logo for it being my first one but I would love some advice on how to improve it because it doesn't seem quite there yet. I tried to make my own word mark but it wasn't turning out so I went with Conrad's Autzen font. Home: The uniforms are pretty self explanatory but I did want to add the fact that I added the little tag at the bottom of the jersey that Adidas has been doing to "motivate" their players that reads, "O.N.E. City O.N.E. Team". The "O.N.E." stands for Omaha, Nebraska. Away: Alt: Pride: I don't know how much I'm feeling this uniform but couldn't really think of another aspect of Omaha to base it off of other than the city flag. But let me know what you think and I'll welcome any suggestions for more "pride" ideas! Thanks for looking and feedback is appreciated!