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Gaelic NFL Makeover


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The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) is the controlling body of the National Football League (Gaelic, Sraith Naisiunta Peile) and has over thirty clubs in four divisions, and i will be redesingning those kits here (in paint people), The NFL in Ireland has been around since 1925-1926 season thirty eight years after the first All Ireland Football Championship.

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Firstly i'll be posting two kits from each club (if needed), but they won't be Home and Away they'll be more like a First choice kit worn until there is a Clash then the Second choice kit will be worn. All logos are Club and League logo's and i have not designed any of these just manipulated them to the size and colour that i needed for the kits.

NFL 2013

Div 1

Kerry, Cork, Down, Mayo, Dublin, Donegal, Tyrone, Kildare.

Div 2

Armagh, Laois, Galway, Louth, Westmeath, Derry, Longford, Wexford.

Div3

Meath, Monaghan, Sligo, Roscommon, Antrim, Cavan, Fermanagh, Wickow.

Div 4

Tipperary, Offaly, Clare, Limerick, Leitrim, Waterford, Carlow, London, Kilkenny.

Some clubs do not hve nicknames or i could not find them so i made them up, if you know what thier nickname is please inform me so i can update the posts Thanks.

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Cork GAA "REBELS"

Chorcaigh

8 NFL Titles and current holders.

A winding Country Cork Road.

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Cork wore a similar kit to this one below from 1888 to 1919.

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Interestingly enough British Forces actually stole these kits and Cork borrowed a red set from a now defunct club. Cork went on to win the game and from then on they were know to wear thier Lucky Red Kits.

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Looks nice mate, But the GAA logo look blurry. You can try open the logo in a new paint window and save as monochromatic or 16-colors bitmap. Then paste again in uniform and recolor. You'll have a 100 free-of-blur logo. And before I forget, the name in Cork Clash is Wrong. Choraigh. I've noticed Now.

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