MrAsterisk Posted November 26, 2006 Share Posted November 26, 2006 I've had an idea for Scotland's national soccer team (the collar, which represents the flag of Scotland) floating around in my head for some time, and finally decided to put it to paper (or photons or whatever). I've finished the home, away, and third kits; the keeper kit is yet to be finished.As I said, the collar is inspired by Scotland's national flag (and perhaps a bit by England's current home kits, but don't tell anyone). I used Scotland's current color scheme of navy, white, and gold. The name and number are that of Scottish Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher.For the away kit, the flag motif returns on the shoulders / sleeves (A complete cross would be viewed from above.) in a simple, white-on-white away strip that uses the same shorts and socks as the home kit. Don't worry! Scotland's traditional powder blue will return for the keeper kit. The name and number belong to West Ham defender Christian Dailly, who has been instrumental to the Scottish squad since making his debut in (coincidentally) the same match as David Weir (below).Here's an idea (a half-joking one) for Scotland's third kits. Of course, when most (or at least many) people think of Scotland, they think of Willie from The Simpsons and they think of kilts. So, the shorts are modeled after the tartan used for kilts. Classic colors, old-school numbers, and a turn-down collar are featured as well. The name and number are of David Weir, the captain of Everton in the English Premiership, and the oldest player on Scotland's current squad.Aways are next.C&C welcome (and encouraged)!Five points to anyone who names the stadium in the background. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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