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Sitting on a concept series for months and months has its disadvantages because I've been sitting on a "Capitol Hill FC" since about 2015 but when I eventually post mine, it's gonna look like I'm ripping you. So in the future, if you see that design pop up, I promise I've had it done for a while. Gorgeous uniforms on this one as well.

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23 hours ago, soflo_sports said:

 

 

Capitol Hill SC

“The Patriots”
Washington, DC
League: Potomac Premier League

Kits: Nike

Colors: White and Red

Sponsor: CoStar Group

Year Founded: 1941

USSL Titles: 0

League Finish: 3

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And yes, the badge is supposed to have a rugged look to it

Great Kits For my City!

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On 9/21/2017 at 6:55 PM, lsims said:

Great Kits For my City!

Glad you like it! On to the next team...

 

Charleston Arsenal

“The Gunners”
Charleston, SC

League: Carolina Premier League

Kits: Umbro

Colors: Blue and Black

Sponsor: AVX

Year Founded: 1955

USSL Titles: 0

League Finish: 3

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11 hours ago, nas1787 said:

If the crest is meant to have a rugged look, then so should whatever you put inside it. Otherwise it just looks like a mistake.

Agreed. You could rough up the banner and attempt to render the capitol building like a woodcut block from colonial era newspapers. 

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I'll take your feedback in mind for Capitol Hill, but let's keep rolling on with another team.

 

 

Chesapeake Bay Athletic

“The Neptunes”

Virginia Beach, VA

League: Potomac Premier League

Kits: Puma

Colors: Teal and Yellow

Sponsor: Jackson Hewitt

Year Founded: 1955

USSL Titles: 0

League Finish: 4

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  • The prospect of Disney fully owning and operating a soccer team frightens me to no end. They'd probably have a different kit every game, each being designed after a Disney prince or something; might as well be wearing costumes. That said, your approach and kits look good, especially the away.
  • For Capitol Hill, I think you could get away with just the outline of the Capitol Building. That shape is pretty distinct, plus, getting rid of the interior design/columns would allow the DC stripes and stars to stand out more.
  • Charleston looks great.
  • Chesapeake is a little busy for my tastes. Neptune on the away kit doesn't work for me. Maybe try just a trident.
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On 9/19/2017 at 6:36 PM, soflo_sports said:

 

For those of you who followed my Floridian Premier League project, you should recognize this one.

 

Buena Vista United

“The Magic”

Orlando, FL

League: Floridian Premier League

Kits: New Balance

Colors: Blue and White

Sponsor: Walt Disney World

Year Founded: 1990

USSL Titles: 0

League Finish: 6

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My city's offer to the USSL, even if it isn't Reeves, looks great! Both kits are very much improved over the originals, although I did like the diamond pattern on the previous home.

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Daaang...most of these are excellent.  Not really digging the two most recent ones, but a lot of your early ones are brilliant.  I'm glad there are 64 teams, so we get to see a whole lot of these! :)

 

Biggest nitpick with Charleston is the sponsor, but I guess you can't do much about that.  Soccer jerseys are one of the only places gradients work.  Maybe on hockey sweaters- Image result for canucks third jersey

Never mind.

 

The statue on the Chesapeake alt is messing with me.  The color scheme is beautiful, though.

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Here's the most successful USSL club of all time...

 

Dallas Rangers SC

“The Bulls”
Dallas, TX

League: Texan Premier League

Kits: Puma

Colors: Red and White

Sponsor: ExxonMobil

Year Founded: 1930

USSL Titles: 7

League Finish: 1

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