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Introducing the Asiana Baseball League - Sponsored (Hypothetically) by Asiana Airlines *Disclaimer* I'm half asleep writing this, so I'll probably revise it tomorrow. Teams, Stadium, City, Country (Divisions are wonky, as of right now, and team owners will hold a meeting 2 months [1 day irl] before season starts, to decide.) First 8, Second 8 coming out tomorrow Tokyo Tigers, Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan Heroes of Tokyo, Meiji Jingu Stadium, Tokyo, Japan Osaka Ryoshi, Kyocera Dome, Osaka Japan Yokohama Whales, Yokohama Stadium, Yokohama Japan Nara Dreams, (To Be Built) Nara Dome, Nara, Japan Nagoya Aviation, Nagoya Dome, Nagoya, Japan Hyoko Aces, Koshien Stadium, Kobe, Japan Taichung Robots, Taichung Baseball Field, Taichung, Taiwan The Asiana Baseball League, adopted similar rules, to those in the MLB (not the infamous Mookie Betts catch rule). Uniform Release Date Tokyo Tigers - Tomorrow Heroes of Tokyo - Thursday Osaka Ryoshi - Tomorrow Yokohama Whales - Tomorrow Nara Dreams - Thursday Nagoya Aviation - Tuesday Hyoko Aces - Wednesday Taichung Robots - Thursday Final 8 - between Tomorrow and Friday
Some time ago I stumbled on the World Football League logos here on CCSL and I decided to give them a new spring by regenerating the league and by expanding it. The league will still be named World Football League and here you have my new logo, wordmark, monochromo logo and jersey patch. In addition to the original 12 teams from the USA I added 4 from Canada, 8 from Central and South America, 5 from Africa, 8 from Europe, 7 from Asia and 2 from Oceania. Without more reserves I'm going to present you the league conferences. Original Conference Birmingham Americans Charlotte Hornets Chicago Fire Detroit Wheels Florida Blazers (Miami) Honolulu Hawaiians Houston Texans Jacksonville Sharks Memphis Southmen Philadelphia Bell Portland Storm Southern California Sun (Los Angeles) + Vancouver Lumberjacks Toronto Reds Calgary Express Ottawa Canadians From this conference the top 4 teams will play for the Championship Finals I tried to stick with the real identities of the 70s with names and colors although some of them are now used by other major sports teams. Euroconference Stockholm Vikings Rome Gladiators Munich Mountaineers Rois de Paris London White Knights Barcelona Dracs Athens Argonauts Moskow Saints Just one of these teams will fly to the Championship Finals. Liberty Conference (Conferencia de los Libertadores) Rio Cariocas Aztecas de México (Aztecs) Buenos Aires Gauchos (Cowboys) Montevideo Libertadores (freedom bearers) Valparaiso Almirantes (Admirals) Panama Tugboats Caracas Pertoleros (Oilers) Bogotà Generales (Generals) The conference is not named after the continet but after a piece of history which is shared by all of these countries. The team names are mostrly in the native language for merchandise questions. Just one of these teams will fly to the Championship Finals. Afroarab Conference Cairo Pharaos Cape Town Penguins Lagos Eagles Dakar Lions Casablanca Touaregs Riyadh Stallions Riyadh was added to this group as in my opinion it makes more sense than to add it to far east teams as also Egypt and Morocco share an arab based culture with the Saudi city. Just one of these teams will fly to the Championship Finals. Indopacific Conference Sydney Wallabies Auckland Helmsmen Tokyo Kitsune Manila Tropical Shangai Red Stars Singapore jets Seoul Tigers Mumbai Elephants Just one of these teams will fly to the Championship Finals. I must add that I chose the conference color thinking of the 5 olympic rings. The red of Northen America was changed with the brown of a football ball to represent the original set of teams. To sum up, in the Championship Finals there will be 4 teams from the Original Conference ad one from every other conference for a total of 8 teams fighting for the Championship Trophy. Here you have some maps to make the team settings clearer. My work will be divided in two parts, the first where I'm going to redesign the late WFL teams and a second one where I'll be creating brand new identities for the new teams.
I might have discussed this before, but years ago I was really intrigued by the Asia Pacific Football League. It was a proposed professional American football league that would have teams in China, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Hong Kong, the Philippines, and Hawaii. The league had the backing of investors in Hong Kong and former Dallas Cowboys player Preston Person as a "consultant". The league was to launch in 1999, the pushed back to 2000. After that.... well nothing. All there is are a few logos and a dead website that can be found on Wayback Machine. I've tried to find news articles from that time, but no luck, even though I do remember at least one article. Regardless, enjoy the logos that I found from their website. And if your curious the teams were: Sharks, Dragons, Express, Pandas, Stallions, Dolphins, Warriors, Typhoon, Fighting Cocks, and Elephants. More info here:https://web.archive.org/web/20000410212325/http://apfl.com:80/teams.html