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  1. The 2017/18 Premier League season begins this weekend, and it looks to be as competitive as ever with TV money flying left and right during the transfer window. I decided to undertake the task of designing every team's kits for the upcoming season, and will be post a few a day, in reverse order of last season's standings. I hope you enjoy! Promoted (via playoff): Huddersfield Town Promoted (2nd in EFL Champ.): Brighton & Hove Albion Promoted (1st in EFL champ.): Newcastle United 17. Watford 16. Burnley 15. Swansea City 14. Crystal Palace
  2. Here are my designs for the 20 teams competing in the EPL in the 2016/2017 season. Each team has three kits, C&C is welcomed. FYI numbers are kept to colors that are allowed by EPL which seemed to be limited to: black,white,red,gold, and navy. Hope y'all enjoy, I am looking for a lot of feedback, I will try to explain my designs to the best of my ability so its clear the direction I intended. I will be posting in alphabetical order.
  3. Hello again. Not too much a concept, but something to share. This is a chart of every team to participate in the "Premier League." Each Season there is switching between Football League Championship and The Premier League. As the teams constantly switch, the league takes on a whole new look after a few seasons. The 2015/16 season is under progress, so that is why there are no champions. (Note: this is real data, not simulated.) The columns are in order of the current streaks of the team to join that column. This is then ranked from longest to shortest. Man Utd, Arsenal, etc. have always been in the Premier League. Teams like Bournemouth have just been promoted and joined for the current year. Norwich City, for example, jumps around the chart, because when they are replaced, a new team takes their spot. When they re-join, they take over a different teams' spot, not necessarily re-taking their old spot. There are many teams that go all over the place. Please leave C&C, and suggest another league maybe? Enjoy! (CLICK ON IMAGE FOR FULL SIZE) (SORRY MOBILE, I SUGGEST SAVING THE IMAGE TO VIEW IT IN YOUR PHOTOS)
  4. Ok, so I know it's been a long time since the Premier League kits have been released, but I have been wanting to do this for a while and sometimes the kits look different on the pitch than in pictures. I know not everyone will agree with me, so feel free to state your opinion in the comments. Here are the categories: Aesthetics: how the kit looks w/o taking into account anything else; just looksSponsor: includes kit maker and kit sponsor. How well does it look on the kit?Tradition: does it fall in line with tradition? How well do fans take to it?Misc.: miscellaneousEach category will be ranked out of 5. The total score will be out of 20. This OP will be focusing on the primary kits. I'll get to the secondary ones later. Here goes nothing.
  5. So I thought I would take on the deed of starting the 2014/15 Football Thread, like Kramerica Industries did for 2013/14. This will be a place to talk about transfers, all news and matches from domestics leagues from Brazil and Argentina to the A-League with stops in Europe, title chases, backroom dealings, big football stories that makes all the national papers and small football stories alike that only make the local airwaves, UEFA Champions League and Europa League competitions as well as international friendlies and EURO 2016 qualifying that starts in August/September. This is our thread to talk about everything domestic and international football for the 2014/15 season. I know the World Cup is still going on with the Semifinals going tomorrow and Wednesday. But action is already heating up in the transfer market. Big news is RB Mathieu Debuchy completed his medical with Arsenal today and is expected to sign for the Gunners for 8m GBP later this week from Newcastle. As well, Arsenal are prepared to throw Joel Campbell into the deal to sweeten the pot. As well, Barcelona has accepted a €40m offer from Arsenal for Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez with talks progressing throughout the coming days this week. Arsenal are in a competition to sign the Chilean ahead of Liverpool, Manchester United, and Juventus. The timing is right for Barcelona as they have made a €88m bid for Luis Suarez due to his buy-out clause from Liverpool comes into affect at that price. But reports from Mundo Deportivo state that Barcelona will have to pay €94.6m for his release clause to be activated Other dealings and rumors: 1. Arsenal are readying a bid for Greece and Olympiakos defender Kostas Manolas as they prepare for the loss of club captain Thomas Vermaelen. The Belgian is expected to head to Old Trafford and Manolas will cost the Gunners €10 million. (Daily Mail) 2. Manchester United will take advantage of boardroom uncertainty at Valencia to hijack their proposed deal for Benfica and Argentina midfielder Enzo Perez. The winger has a €25 million buyout clause. (O Jogo) 3. Stoke City have emerged as surprise candidates to sign Brazilian legend Ronaldinho. The 34-year-old currently plays for Atletico Mineiro. (Metro) 4. Ex Blackpool winger Tom Ince was signed on a 2-year deal with Hull City. This is the third signing for Hull City with the Tigers already signing Jake Livermore and Robert Snodgrass from Tottenham and Norwich respectively. (BBC Sport) 5. Liverpool have agreed on a deal with Lille for Belgium striker Divock Origi and are in advanced talks to sign Serbia winger Lazar Markovic from Benfica, both to expected to cost 35m GBP (BBC Sport). 6. Arsene Wenger’s ambition to strengthen the core of his Arsenal team looks to have taken another turn, with reports suggesting that the Gunners have reinstated Bayer Leverkusen’s Lars Bender as the man they want to bolster the centre of midfield ahead of Sami Khedira (Bleacher Report and The Telegraph).
  6. I have been working on a English Premier League to American football crossover for several weeks. I have been able to complete only about one a week, so I haven't started uploading them yet because then the series would drag on for a really long time. All teams will have a city/town crest or two on their main helmets and on their football field. Also note that every team will have the league logo in their team colors (like in the MLB). Trying to remain realistic to any league, jerseys and helmets must have the league logo on it. Football fields must have the league logo too. Here are the finalized team names (after input from this site and several others): Arsenal GunnersAston Villa LionsCardiff DragonsChelsea BluesCrystal Palace EaglesEverton ToffeemenFulham BadgersHull TigersLiverpool RedsManchester CitizensManchester Red DevilsNewcastle MagpiesNorwich CanariesSouthampton SaintsSunderland Black CatsStoke PottersSwansea SwansTottenham HotspurWest Bromwich ThrostlesWest Ham Ironworkers2014 Promoted Teams Burnley ClaretsLeicester FoxesQueens Park Rangers
  7. Here is my first concept I have made I made this one for the boca juniors of Argentina Thanks to whoever made the template C&C would be most appreciated I don't know why it did it twice
  8. Here is my first concept I have made I made this one for the boca juniors of Argentina Thanks to whoever made the template C&C would be most appreciated
  9. I'd been looking for a decent baseball cap for the soccer team I support, Aston Villa. It occured to me on searching that European soccer really hasn't gotten on the Fitted/Snapback cap bandwagon like most sports over in the US and here in Australia. I hope this eventually catches on, because i'd love an Aston Villa 59fifty. So I was inspired to have a go at these. Thanks heaps to JayJackson3 for his cap template! A link to where you can find the template is here: I'd love to see some other people have a go at some European soccer 59fiftys, so don't be shy if you want your club represented or have a good idea.
  10. Saathoff's Soccer Concepts This is the topic for all my soccer concepts. There will be multiple series included in the topic. Current Series: The Future of North American Soccer 2024 Table of Contents: North America Seattle Sounders FC Athletic Club of California - MLS Portland Timbers FC - MLS New York Cosmos - NASL Chivas USA - MLS Europe: West Ham United F.C. - English Premier League
  11. So, it's well documented that Ray Hudson, now a color commentator on bein sport, loved the old Fulham crest and HATES the newer one, so I tried to find a happy medium. Taking some old elements while keeping it as simple as possible, which was clearly the original intention, proved to be difficult but I like where it's gone. Hudson on FFC
  12. This came up briefly in the 2013-14 New Soccer kits thread, but not wanting to derail that, I figured I would start a new one. the topic of conversation was about how a good sponsor logo can make or break a shirt. As a fan on the English premier league, and looking through, I thought I'd nominate my opinions on which sponsor logos in their historyu have looked teh best for each of the current EPL clubs. I may follow up with a worst sponsor look later, but here are my choices: Arsenal Year: 2002-2004 Manufacturer: Nike Sponsor: O2 Aston Villa Year: 1997-1998 Manufacturer: Reebok Sponsor:AST Computers (Honestly, I don't think Villa have ever had an aesthetically pleasing sponsor) Cardiff City Year: 1983 Manufacturer: Puma Sponsor: Whitbread Wales (Honestly, the only other candidate would be Malaysia on their red kits, but they so should not have red kits) Chelsea Year: 1999-2001 Manufacturer: Umbro Sponsor: Autoglass Crystal Palace Year: 1986-87 Manufacturer: Hummel Sponsor: AVR Everton Year: 1993-1995 Manufacturer: Umbro Sponsor: NEC Fulham Year: 2009-2010 Manufacturer: Nike Sponsor: LG (This surprised me, as I'm not usually a fan of logos that prioritise corporate colors like the LG magenta over team colors, but none of Fulham's team color sponsors have looked as good) Hull City Year: 2000-2001 Manufacturer: Avec Sponsor: IBC (Sadly none of the sponsors teh Tigers have had on a striped shirt have ever looked good) Liverpool Year: 1996-1998 Manufacturer: Reebok Sponsor: Carlsberg Manchester City Year: 1985-1987 Manufacturer: Umbro Sponsor: Philips (Had a tough time deciding between this one and the 2004-2006 Reebok/Thomas Cook shirts) Continued (due to picture limit) Manchester United Year: 1983-1984 Manufacturer: Adidas Sponsor: Sharp Newcastle United Year: 1993-1995 Manufacturer: Asics Sponsor: Newcastle Brown Ale Norwich City Year: 1997-1999 Manufacturer: Pony Sponsor: Colman's Mustard (Honestly, NCFC are another club who have never had a good looking sponsor) Southampton Year: 1985-1987 Manufacturer: Patrick Sponsor: Draper Tools (Another team that lacks a good looking sponsor logo, especially on their better striped kits.) Stoke City Year: 2003-2004 Manufacturer: Puma Sponsor: Britannia (I think this one works because the "bumpper sticker" background terminates in the red stripes and the height is roughly equivalent to the stripes width) Sunderland Year: 1986-1987 Manufacturer: Patrick Sponsor: Vaux (Another one taht wins by default, as Sunderland has had some really ugly sponsors) Swansea City Year: 1989-1991 Manufacturer: Spall Sponsor: DP (Their 2005-2006 Macron/Travel House were a VERY close second) Tottenham Hotspur Year: 1983-85 Manufacturer: Le Coq Sportif Sponsor: Holsten (One of the few teams to knock it out of the park on their first attempt) West Bromwich Albion Year: 2003-2004 Manufacturer: Diadora Sponsor: West Bromwich Building Society (Yet another striped team that has never had a decent sponsor logo) West Ham United Year: 1995-1997 Manufacturer: Pony Sponsor: Dagenham Motors (This was probably the hardest etam to decide on. West Ham has had some aesthetically pleasing sponsors over the years, even if they are just small companies) And as a bonus, due to my own rabid fandom of said team, my beloved Oxford United (who's new Animalates sponsor started me on this kick in the first place) Year: 1991-1993 Manufacturer: Matchwinner Sponsor: Unipart Thoughts? My biggest takeaways are that of the "big" manufcaturers, Adidas do by far the worst job of integrating sponsor logos, and in general, no sponsor logos look good on a striped shirt.