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  1. Growing up in the 80's I grew to love the NFL, the Super Bowl, and especially the painted fields of the Super Bowl. Every year I would watch the marathon of Super Bowl highlights on ESPN and marveled at each field, more specifically, the current (at the time) helmet end zones. I even sketched fields for teams that had not been to a Super bowl just to see what (I thought) their end zones would look like. Inspired by @pitt6pack and the Super Bowl Field Database - https://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/98529-super-bowl-field-database-early-concepts-for-super-bowl-liv/ and the Gridiron Field Database - http://gridiron-uniforms.com/fields/controller/controller.php?action=main - I utilized the fields that were created and added helmet end zones for all the Super Bowls that didn't use that format. I just kept my creations to myself until some comments in the thread asked for seeing the fields that didn't have the helmet format. For those of us who grew up with the Super Bowl with this format, I hope this brings a little joy to seeing some of the newer fields in this "old school format as well as the first seven Super Bowls, which did not use this format. With this thread I will add @pitt6pack's link for each field - for comparison. Super Bowl I - The typical format for the end zones was the background would be the alternate team color of the team's helmet. For I and II, I kept Green Bay's end zone yellow. As you'll see later, I used green for the background in Green Bay's other appearances. Original Super Bowl I - https://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/98529-super-bowl-field-database-early-concepts-for-super-bowl-liv/page/6/?tab=comments#comment-2249400
  2. Its that time of the year!!! Post and share your incredible work! EDIT: Had to post the Flickr links because the bandwidth on Photobucket was exceeded.