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  1. Hi again, everybody. After a summer break from sports designs, I have had an idea that I would like to develop little by little with your help, if that's okay with you. What would UEFA Champions League teams look like if their fans organized a minor league baseball? My intention is to take the twenty teams that have played in the UCL final since 1993 (first final in the Champions League format) and create a concept with each one according to the nickname of their fans. Not all teams have a nickname so I have had to invent some of them. And for others I still don't have a name. These are the teams chosen in alphabetical order and his nicknames (in parentheses the years they played final and in bold when they were champions): Ajax (1995,1996) De Godenzonen. Arsenal (2006) The Gunners. Atlético de Madrid (2014, 2016) Los Colchoneros. Barcelona (1994, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2015) Los Culés. Bayer Leverkusen (2002) ¿? Bayern München (1999, 2001, 2012, 2013, 2020) Die Roten. Borussia Dortmund (1997, 2013) Die Bienen. Chelsea (2008, 2012) The Blue Lions. Inter Milan (2010) Le Biscioni. Juventus (1996, 1997, 1998, 2003, 2015, 2017) Le Zebre. Liverpool (2005, 2007, 2018, 2019): The Livebirds. Manchester United (1999, 2008, 2009, 2011) The Red Devils. Milan (1993, 1994, 1995, 2003, 2005, 2007) ¿? Monaco (2004) ¿? Olympique Marseille (1993) ¿? Paris Saint-Germain (2020) ¿? Porto (2004) Os Dragóes. Real Madrid (1998, 2000, 2002, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018) Los Merengues. Tottenham (2019): The Spurs. Valencia (2000, 2001) Los Murciélagos. I want to make several clarifications: The nickname of Chelsea fans is The Blues and Liverpool fans are The Reds. I have modified it for this occasion because it seemed convenient to me. The Borussia Dortmund fans' nickname is Die Schwarzgelben (the black-yellows) and I thought it was also convenient to call them Die Bienen (the bees) because it made my job easier. I have only kept the nickname of the Bayern fans, Die Roten (the reds) because I had a very specific idea. I accept suggestions for the missing nicknames. Constructive comments and criticism are welcome. Thank you very much!
  2. Time to start a new thread for the upcoming new season of footy. We can kick things off with the announcement of Premier League fixtures for the season: https://www.premierleague.com/news/1240976 Also worth noting that Premier League teams are getting a midseason break in February, albeit a short one. From BBC.com:
  3. I've been playing around with the PES kit creator and thought I'd share some of the designs that I'd like to see teams wearing next season. If there is a team you'd like me to come up with a design for, feel free to make a request. I'll start off with my favourite team: Bayern Munich. For the home kit, I wanted to go with a classic feel, I was mostly inspired by their red and white striped kit from 2010, which was a throwback to the early 1970's. Main Alt For the away, I wanted a classy looking white and red kit. I added the checker pattern as an homage to Bavaria. And with the third, I went with an intimidating black and red look. With the option for white shorts and/or socks in case of a kit clash.
  4. Sorry for the long wait for those wanting to see this. I have been busy working on the Europa League teams along with trying to find my first real job after graduating from college. I realized that it will take to long if I wait until I finish all of the Europa league teams. So, since I had already finished the Champions league teams I have decided to post them. I will post the 32 teams in alphabetical order and will include what country they are from. Let me know what y'all think. First up is Arsenal.(England) Arsenal- (if you have seen my EPL thread then you have seen this before) Home kit- classic all white and red kit with socks are mainly white with red cuffs and the shirt features tonal hoops Away kit- again classic colors of yellow and blue, the top features tonal pinstripes Third kit- a throwback recreation of the 1995/96 away kit, the all navy kit with white and cyan accents the top features a zig zag pattern that fades from a cyan sleeve toward the center of the jersey
  5. Hey guys, after I just finished my Premier League Project I already mentioned that I have another one in the pipeline. It will be very similar to my former projects, but this time I'm going international. I will design 32 teams of a future UEFA Champions League competition. I will just place it in the year 2023, so it's a year before my PL was timed. And sorry, but there will only be three PL teams included, so let's just say City screwed the playoffs. The teams I chose are mainly even title contenders in their contries today, so there won't be as many surprises than in my PL. BUT I chose a tad more teams from smaller footballing countries to make the competition more colourful and interesting. I only chose around 4 clubs that most likely will not reach the CL spots in their leagues this 2016 season. Here is the number of teams I chose respectively for any country: Spain, Germany: 4 England, Italy: 3 France, Portugal, Belgium: 2 Netherlands, Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Greece, Scotland, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Romania: 1 ??, ??: 1 I won't reveal the two questionmarked countries yet. So let's start filling the map. The first team from Italy will be posted tomorrow.
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