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  1. AidenT0605

    MLB x Soccer

    I was bored and i have a Pes Master Premium subscription so i thought why not combine loves of mine Baseball and Soccer (Its football, we use our feet) I wanted to keep some Baseball jersey elements like the team logo placement, so some teams will have logos in the place of the badge. Some teams will not have sponsors at all. The sponsors are the companies that own the naming rights to the teams arena. I've also kept it down to 4 kits (Home, Away, 3rd and GK). The 3rd kit will be mainly classic jerseys but some teams who havent changed their jerseys in a long time will have some thing different. I'm doing these in alphabetical order. I also want to hear peoples opinons on the way ive shown these off. So anyway here are the first two Arizona Diamondbacks This one is quite basic. As you can tell Ive gone with the 1998 Diamondbacks whites. Overtime the 3rds have grown on me. Atlanta Braves I started to get a bit creative for the Braves. The away uses the england Warm us shirt design. you cannot see it on this photo but the 3rd has the sleeve design off the 1974 jerseys on the shorts because i wasnt quite sure how i would do sleeve logos. If wanted at the end i can upload all shirts. i will add shots from inside of pes at some point when i have chance. I would love to hear peoples opinions on these two. I have made the orioles but i'm gonna release 2 at a time
  2. Hey folks! I've had some NWSL concepts cooking for a while now, and after some free time spent improving them, I wanted to start sharing them! I plan to do kits for the current league, as well as bringing back some old teams and creating a couple new expansion teams. Starting things out with Carolina: The Courage have a pretty good look already, but I wanted to get rid of their monochrome uniforms, so I added a pale Carolina blue to the color scheme. The home jersey's design includes blueprints from Raleign inventor Beulah Louise Henry, sometimes called the Edison of her time. Click the square below for a closeup of the pattern: The away jersey is inspired by famous North Carolinian civil rights activist and singer Nina Simone. The colors are based on her outfit on her first album cover, while the stripes are waveforms generated from her songs "Old Jim Crow," "Feeling Good," "Four Women," "I Loves You Porgy," and "Mississippi Goddam," from top to bottom. I'm not very familiar with her work, so if any of you are fans of hers, please let me know if you think a different album cover would be better inspiration or if there are better songs to use. Finally, the third jersey is a 2002 fauxback to the Courage's WUSA days. C&C appreciated! Thanks for checking it out and I'll post more soon!
  3. As a fan of St Louis sports and the aesthetics of soccer crests, I’m very interested in the new St Louis MLS team. I have no idea what they will actually do, but the announcement that they would be releasing the logo/name/colors in a couple weeks got the creative wheels turning. St. Louis is a cool city with a ton of imagery and history to draw from. I chose to use the Arch for the overall shape of the crest, with the Apotheosis statue in Forest Park, which depicts King Louis IX, the city’s namesake, as the primary imagery within the crest. I also include the striping pattern from the city flag as a reference to the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. I struggled to settle on a color scheme. I think red/blue/gold is a no-brainer, but two MLS clubs already use those colors. Besides that, Burgundy/Gold was my next choice but I’m not 100% sold on that either. I rendered the logo in 6 color schemes and any feedback on the and/or crest would be appreciated. Thanks for your time. Whoops, the year got messed up in the brown/orange logo. I’ll update that ASAP.
  4. Welcome everyone to the California Professional Soccer League or CALPROSOL! I’ve been working on this project for over a year now, but I’m very slow and meticulous, so you may have already seen state-based leagues on the boards. Nevertheless, I’m excited to present these concepts to you and get some feedback. This fictitious league features 40 of the premier clubs in California. Many soccer clubs existed in California in the late 19th and 20th centuries, but they mostly played independent exhibitions. In 1935, 10 of the top clubs organized to form “The California League” or “La Liga California”. Expansions began after World War II in 1948 as the state and national economies began to grow. Today, the 40 CALPROSOL teams make up one of the largest and most profitable soccer leagues in the world. Below you will find some helpful information regarding the league history, season format, and aesthetic standards. The existing season format was introduced in 1988 as a way to reward teams for more complete seasons as well as give every team a chance to win the California Cup. Concepts are coming soon, just bear with me! I have a lot planned for this project, but for now, you will just see club identities and kits from the 2015-16 season. Here are some of the other things I hope to complete eventually: Kits for future seasons Goalkeeper kits Simulated seasons on Football Manager or something similar Stadium renderings (perhaps SketchUp or Revit, but probably not) Training gear, fan gear (scarves, shirts, hats and the like) Historical kits You are more than welcome to give C&C, but I can’t guarantee I'll use it. You understand, right? Without further ado, let’s get started! TL;DR – I’m going to make soccer concepts, I hope you like them.
  5. A bunch of adidas kits leaked, confirming the previous Belgium and Germany leaks, and holy hell next years adidas template is rough. That huge collar and cuffs and the mullet sleeves that are set in in the front and raglan in the back might be the worst template I’ve ever seen, I pity any team that has adidas as its supplier next year. The ‘paint brush’ theme they’ve got going doesn’t help at all either. Pretty much the only kit I like is Wales, and even there I preferred the previous crest (Sweden is decent too). Belgium is the worst of the bunch and the new crest is a massive downgrade too
  6. In 2022, MLS expands to a 30-team league. And in my alternate reality, signs Nike as a league-wide sponsor! The league has so much design potential, and also has many clubs that need facelifts. In this series, I give the league an overhaul. Every team gets 3 inspired, non-templated jerseys. I have also designed 4 from-scratch logos and made edits to a few others. I also have a thorough plan for the logistics of a 30-team soccer league. Schedules. A playoff structure. But first, a league this size needs to group teams somehow. Because it allows for a (not balanced, but) formulaic schedule, I follow the lead of the other American sports and implement divisions. Divisions Here’s a map of the chosen divisions, where each division consists of 5 teams. I also took the liberty of selecting Phoenix as the destination for the 30th team instead of Charlotte. Sorry Charlotte. Implementing divisions with the scheduling structure I’m about to outline keeps local rivalries stoked and creates competition for division championships within the main competition. Scheduling a 30-team soccer league is tricky. A double round robin as is done in the big European soccer leagues would mean 58 games (way too much) and a single round robin would mean 29 games (not quite enough, MLS uses 34 and that’s probably specified in the union contract). Here’s how I create a formulaic 34-game schedule: Each team plays every non-divisional team once (25 games) Each team play every divisional team twice (8 games) Each team plays an additional game against a rival (1 game) … here’s the listing: (POR & SEA, VAN & PHX*, RSL & COL, LAFC & LAG, SAC & SJ, HOU & FCD, AUS & NAS*, STL & SKC, MIN & CHI, CLB & CIN, PHI & NE*, NYCFC & NYRB, TOR & MON, DC & ATL, ORL & MIA) *not really a rival and would be a second match against this team instead of a third It’s also necessary to balance travel. I do this by using north/south corridors. For example, LAFC will play 10 games against the Northeast and Southeast divisions. 5 of those games will be at home and 5 will be on the road. Same for games against the North and South divisions. Then every year, each team plays the same set of teams, with the home/road designations flipping from year to year. Playoffs MLS currently uses a single-game knockout playoff, which is odd considering MLS Cup is agreed upon as the most important trophy. I would change that in a way that helps better-performing teams reach MLS Cup. I also dial back the number of playoff teams to 12, with division winners qualifying automatically. The playoffs will have 3 stages: a group stage, a two-legged semifinal stage, and MLS Cup. Here’s how it works. 12 teams are placed into four 3-team groups based on overall points, with seeds grouped together as (1,8,9),(2,7,10),(3,6,11), and (4,5,12) … each team gets two games and the higher-seeded team always hosts … only one team in the group advances The lower seeded teams play first (8,9), (7,10), (6,11), (5,12) … then the lowest seeded team plays the top-seeded team in the second match of the group stage unless the lowest seed won the first match … then the top seeded team plays the remaining team in the final match (this setup makes the final group-stage match a group-decider in almost all scenarios) After the group stage, four teams remain … the lowest seed remaining is matched up with the highest seed remaining … two legs in the semifinal MLS Cup is hosted by the highest seed remaining I simulated a hypothetical playoff based on the 2019 league table to show how it might look: I will go division-by-division, starting with the North Division. Before I started working on this, I had never designed a logo myself and I had only designed maybe a single uniform. So with that in mind, I want to thank you for any comments and help as we go along.
  7. The National Premier Soccer League, commonly known as NPLS, is the fourth tier of the US soccer pyramid. It is together a regional and a national league, meaning it is divided in 4 regions (Northestern, South, Midwest, Western) that represent the whole country. It takes place in the summer months, so they can draw players from NCAA soccer. I quite like their new logo, so I designed coordinated logos for the 4 regions and 13 conferences. East Region North Atlantic Conference Brooklyn Italians Kingston Stockade FC Boston City FC New York Cosmos B New York Athletic Club Rhode Island Reds FC Hartford City FC Greater Lowell Rough Diamonds Keystone Conference Electric City Shock SC FC Monmouth Philadelphia Lone Star FC Atlantic City FC Hershey FC FC Morristown West Chester United SC Torch FC Mid-Atlantic Conference Charlottesville Alliance FC FC Frederick Northern Virginia United FC FC Baltimore Christos Virginia Beach City FC Southeast Conference Gerogia Revolution FC Inter Nashville FC South Region Heratland Conference Lone Star Conference Sunshine Conference Gulf Coast Conference Midwest Region Rust Belt Conference Great Lakes Conference North Conference West Region Golden Gate Conference Northwest Conference Southwest Conference The four regions have different stars positioning to represent the geographical positon, but they are always 4, as the regions. The conference logos have a similar appearance, with only a different crest shape. Of the 4 ever present stars one is red, representing which region the conference is in. North Atlantic and Mid Atlantic have a wavy top and bottom to represent the ocean Keystone, as Pennsylvania is known as the keystone state Heartland has a confederate vibe Lone star is literally Texas Sunshine has a Florida shape Southeast has a flag shape, for all the pirates that had their coves on the south eastern coast. East has ha waterfall side to represents the Niagara falls, real symbol of the area Great lakes has 3 red stripes and two blue ones to represent the 5 major lakes. North has a big star, representing the northen star guiding the path Golden gate, what to add... Northwest, has a side shaped like an evergreen tree Southwest, sun rays for the SoCal conference I designed the kit for the two diffent all-star teams of the league. The all-star game is actually called Rising Stars National Game in my redesign. Two regions will play against the other two regions; the couples will be decided by a draft on the game's eve, so every region sends the same number of all star players to enable every combination. Hope you enjoy the concept. In the future I'll post the rebranding of all the 92 clubs in the league, but it will be a slow start, as I'm currently working on many other projects
  8. Hi, It's been a while, but this time I'm back with a brand new concept. It's similar to my other series, since it's uses historic clubs, but due to lack of information I got to implement more creativity in this project. While the first incarnation of the ASL is more well known, this series will focus on the second league of that name. Founded in 1933, the league existed until 1983, making it one of the longest running domestic soccer competition in the United States. My goal with this concept is hopefully to create a style that is unique to the U.S, and trying to find a balance between European and American sport culture. I've already prepared a few teams, but due to other responsibilities posting will mostly be slow, so please bear with me. So without further ado, here's the league branding as of the 2019-20 season TEAM LIST (East) Brooklyn Giants (ASL) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brooklyn_Hispano Brookhattan (ASL) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brookhattan Philadelphia Field Club (ASL) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uhrik_Truckers Boston Celtics (ASL) https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_Celtics_Soccer_Club (Only in Italian) St. Louis Raiders (NASFL) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Louis_Kutis_S.C. Pittsburgh Steel (NASFL) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pittsburgh_Indians Detroit Corinthians (NASFL) (No Article Available) Chicago Union (NASFL) (No Article Available) Baltimore Canton S.C (ASL) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baltimore_S.C. Milwaukee Eagles (UPSL) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milwaukee_Bavarian_SC TEAM LIST (West) Rose City S.C (WSA) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portland_Timbers_(1985–90)
  9. We have the Players in the "Wrong" Uniforms thread and within that thread I've seen a few "Right Team, Wrong Uniform" entries. I thought I'd separate the two, because it is an interesting topic of its' own. Here are a few to start the thread off with ... Charles Barkley, Preseason 1992, Phoenix Suns Matt Hasselbeck, 2001, Seattle Seahawks Jeff Bagwell, 1992, Houston Astros.
  10. Hey everyone, I've been following the forum for a long time, and finally I decided to present you my own kit concepts. I will be designing a home and an away kit for existing and future MLS teams. I won't be following a certain order, but I will be sure that all kits are done. I might also include third kits for some teams. I hope you guys will like the concepts I will be posting So, without further ado, here are the kits for Chicago Fire: On the home kit, I was inspired by the home kit worn between 2000 and 2002. I know it looks like the current one, but I think that the navy stripe on the bottom completes the look. The cuffs and the socks were also designed to be consistent with the stripes on the middle. I wanted to integrate Chicago's flag into the away kit, so I was inspired by the away kit Uruguay wore in this year's Copa America. But, then I realized that if a player tucked in his shirt, the flag wouldn't be seen completely. So, I decided to do what Everton did with their home kit last season, and made the top portion of the shorts white and raised the flag a little bit to ensure that all players on the pitch have the same look.
  11. Hello, it's my first time in a good while doing a logo series, but I thought I had some stuff worth sharing. This little series is based on the premise of the owners of the Milwaukee Bucks deciding to expand on their sports holdings and launch expansion teams in various other leagues. I have dubbed this hypothetical enterprise the Deer Sports Empire. Currently, aside from the Bucks they own the Wisconsin Herd. I will be leaving the logos for those teams as is, partially because I really like them and partially because the idea is the owners are launching new teams with similar branding touches (colors, font, etc). I also will not be touching MLB or giving them an NFL team as there's no world where those things would happen. These are the teams and leagues I plan to do so far. A couple are already done or close to finished. As suggestions (hopefully) are made and new ideas come to me I may add to this list. If anyone has a team in a league they would like to see, feel free to make suggestions. I dont have uniform templates for all the different sports so I'm just focusing on uniforms right now. Posted Logos... WNBA: Milwaukee Does (Vers 2) ... Click here for Vers 1 MLS: Cream City SC (Vers 2) ... Click here for Vers 1 IFL: Milwaukee Staghorns --> Evolved from a swing-and-miss at a Mustangs Arena Football revival, which can be seen by scrolling through. NLL: Milwaukee Blaze MLR: Milwaukee White Harts NHL: Milwaukee Hunters
  12. 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.
  13. Howdy all, I haven't posted anything in these forums for almost two years, but that's not to say I haven't still been very passionate about design. Soccer crest designs are one of my biggest *kicks* right now (pun intended). Because of quarantine, I've had a lot of time to play FIFA, and so naturally I pick one of the weaker teams - road to glories are more fun - and that happened to be Northampton Town FC. It wasn't long before I realized that their crest was far from my favorite, and I figured I'd have a go at redesigning it! Without further ado: That attached graphic has the details of the logo explained, as well as with a comparison with the old logo. Feel free to let me know of any changes you see! I'm also working on a full rebrand - including social media graphics, kits, and print media - which I'll be posting on my behance page when I get finished, but can also post a preview in this thread!
  14. Intro. The year is 2004, and three Southern Ontario record labels hosting 6 local bands have combined to form a soccer league. Mantis Productions in Toronto, Mojo Records in Barrie and Tuesday Morning Records in Ottawa have all joined forces to create the Tuesday Morning Premier League. Concept. I'll be designing logos for each team and jersey (home, away and clash as well as goalkeepers kits for all 6 teams.) Sponsors will be either local or fictional brands tied into each band name, with backstory on each. Map. Teams. All of these teams are based on bands I either previously played in or have friends who played in. I've cleared the names with all band members. Windup Fox and (Norman Ross) Weichel are music projects that still exist. Team Locations. Bad Mojo (Orléans, Ontario) Panic Button FC (East London, Ontario) Slangdoll SC (Toronto) Stereoface SC (North London, Ontario) Weichel FC (Perry Sound, Ontario) Windup Fox FC (Ottawa, Ontario)
  15. Made this for a contest in a brazilian sports uniforms forum: Click to see full size.
  16. Hello everyone! First I wanted to introduce myself, I'm PascalHugo and I am a designer. I wanted to create a football series, sorry soccer, across the Europe and maybe the world... So let's start this! ( Yeah yeah I know, I try inspiration by Berlin Wall and Lafarge) DEUTSCHE FUßBALL LIGA The Deutsche Fußball Liga was founded in 1960, after the DFB and the DDR decided to create an unique championship for Germany. It's a merger of several regional championship across the two Germany. It was one of the Top 5 championship in Europe (England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France) and it's most unpredictable of all. There are 20 clubs in the Deutsch Fußball Liga . During the course of a season (from August to May) each club plays the others twice (a double round-robin system), once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 38 games.
  17. Hello! I wanted to do a concept of the 1.HNL (1. Hrvatska nogometna liga - 1. Croatian soccer league) for a while now and I'm happy to say: It's finally here! Welcome to Cro Liga! Currently, there are 10 clubs competing in 1. HNL. Cro Liga will have 16 clubs. And here are the team colors: As always, feedback is welcome, especially from Croats. Enjoy.
  18. Hi, I've been working on my 2026 World cup logo. I've decide to only show this version. Here it is. ps: I don't know if I have to say it but the right one is my final version.
  19. Hi everyone, I recently found a few new soccer templates so I wanted to try them out. I am a huge Man U fan and I've been disappointed in their recent kits especially last seasons (except the away kit.) Anyways here are a primary, clash and third kit. Any cc would be appreciated!
  20. Seems the stars have aligned after all and San Diego will get a professional outdoor soccer team in USL Championship in either 2020 or 2021 According to their launch media blitz in San Diego last week they will announce more on the team identity process within a couple of days. Please post all name, logo, colors, kits news & rumors you come across in this thread and link any concepts. I'll do my best to keep it updated as well. Personally I'd love to see they team go with orange, navy and sky blue color theme (think NYCFC, Sporting KC, Sydney FC) One of my past favorite names, San Diego Seals, sadly is already in use for Lacrosse team and i believe also a youth soccer organisation of some kind. Always thought that be a good fit, as it related to the ocean, the popular animals, as well as the other seals from the US Navy. As it was the case in the past, I'm sure we'll see plenty of ship anchors and military influenced identity proposals. Hope there are others though too
  21. After watching both our women's and men's teams play on Sunday, I kept getting the urge to make a new set for them. Looking at the "new" crest and the previous one, I'm surprised the teams never tried basing a jersey design off the stripes on the crests. Also being a huge fan of the waldo uniforms, I wanted to go with a similar look, but not an exact copy. I decided to do three uniforms, and feature some of the young US stars. So without further adieu, here is my first concept in quite some time. Hope you enjoy. Home Away The back of the neckline on the jerseys feature a vertical USA. The women's team will have 4 stars surrounding them, while the men's are (sadly) blank. Third C&C appreciated!
  22. With the Revolution looking at potentially creating a reserve team in the USL, I decided to mock-up a concept of this club if they were located in Rhode Island. I imagine they would play at a renovated McCoy Stadium is Pawtucket and was thinking about rendering a design for that as well but I don't have the time yet. For the name I had to stick with the Revolutionary theme and chose to name them after the First Rhode Island Regiment. The logo is just a basic shield with the classic R.I. anchor and stars in the formation that is found on the regiment's battle flag. C&C is appreciated, it's been a while since I've posted anything on here so this took a bit of trial and error.
  23. Here are brackets that I've made for the Women's World Cup, Copa America, and the Gold Cup. Contains TV and streaming info too.
  24. Hi Everybody, After much consideration I've decided to open up a topic dedicated to the defunct or forgotten champions of Europe. Most entries will be of clubs that are no longer active but where once prominent clubs in their home country. I will also include some still existing clubs but they have to play in the lower divisions of their respective country. All entries will have revamped crests and kits but also a bit of history, mostly who they where and what happend to the club. The entries will be presented in a group of 4 teams, just like our modern Champions League so because of that updates will be slower, but once the series kicks off there will be a good amount of teams from the very start. I will also still update my Belgian Defunct Clubs series. INDEX 1.INTRO & SUMMARY 2.GROUP A (TORINESE,LEIPZIG,POLONIA,GRADANSKI) 3.GROUP B (RACING, PRESTON NORTH END, R.A.P AMSTERDAM, KB)
  25. Inspired by many good concept threads on here, especially PascalHugo’s excellent Alternate Universe, I will try my hand at creating a football league concept from scratch but with a twist. My intent is to create a 16 team Football league consisting of defunct historic Belgian teams, trying to imagine how these clubs would look like in the modern age. Most of the logos and kits will be modern revamps of existing logos and designs. To start off, here’s the branding for this incarnation of the Belgian Pro League. Project Index Project Intro & League Logo Daring & Racing Club de Bruxelles Stade Leuven THOR Waterschei KFC Winterslag KSK Beveren KSV Waregem Matchday Graphics