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Very nice work on the new crest for AZ. But it looks like the blades of the windmill aren't centered on the building. Not sure is that was done on purpose or not...but the asymmetry is driving crazy.

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Yes, it was actually done on purpose, it just fitted better. And thanks!

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FC Twente

Dutch Division

Location: Enschede
Population: 158,639
Founded: 1965
Dutch Titles: 1926, 2010

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Twente from Enschede directly at the German border was in of the top 3 of the most successful clubs in the Netherlands in the last few years. They were vice champions several times and won the title in 2010. They wear all red at home traditionally.

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And I also finished another one, I just haven't had the time to post them in the last days. :)

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KAA Gent

Belgian Division

Location: Ghent
Population: 248,242
Founded: 1864 (soccer since 1900)
Belgian Titles: -

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KAA from beautiful Ghent is a very traditional club in Belgium. Their uniform style is like Twente, but in blue.

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The next one was fun!

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ADO Den Haag

Dutch Division

Location: The Hague
Population: 505,568
Founded: 1905
Dutch Titles: 1942, 1943

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ADO Den Haag is a club that played in the first Dutch League mostly. Interesting is that they played one season in the NASL as SF Golden Gate Gales (1967). ADO wears green and gold stripes at home. The aeay is leaned on some historic home shirts of ADO.

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Now another big club from Belgium.

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Standard de Liège

Belgian Division

Location: Liège

Population: 195,576
Founded: 1900

Belgian Titles: 1958, 1961, 1963, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1982, 1983, 2008, 2009

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Standard is one of the three big Belgian Clubs and the only one from the Walloon Region. They traditionally wear red home shirts with white shorts and red socks.

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One more team for today!

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SBV Vitesse

Dutch Division

Location: Arnhem
Population: 149,803
Founded: 1892
Dutch Titles: 1897, 1898, 1903, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1953

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Vitesse is a club that had much success in the first half of the 20th century. They play in the Erendivisie since the late 80s. They traditionally wear yellow and black stripes at home combined with white shorts and socks. The away kit is in the provincial colours of Gelderland blue, yellow and black.

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Thoughts on the last couple:

FC Twente: I like the home & clash, but the alternate just looks a little weird with the 2 shades of blue mixed, maybe it's just my OCD but I'm not a fan of the mixed shades.

KAA Gent: No complaints here, love the alternate too.

ADO Den Haag: I like the combination of the green, yellow, & red. They're separate on the home & clash, but fused together on the alternate, I love this one, great work, the striping is superb as well.

Liege: Really like the striping, and the (I'm guessing) flag-inspired alt is fantastic, probably my favorite one of the series.

SBV Vitesse: I like the striping, but the sponsor gets lost in it.

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I'm not big on Belgian soccer and only know a few of the Dutch teams, but this series is eye candy. AZ's home kit stripe lining up with the crest is pure genius. Great work.

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Thanks! :)

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KV Mechelen

Belgian Division

Location: Mechelen
Population: 82,325
Founded: 1904
Belgian Titles: 1943, 1946, 1948, 1989

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Mechelen was a very successful club in the 80s, when they won the UEFA Cup Winner's Cup and the Supercup. They wear yellow and red striped home shirts with black shorts and socks.

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The next one is a more popular club in Europe!

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Feyenoord Rotterdam

Dutch Division

Location: Rotterdam
Population: 615,726
Founded: 1908
Dutch Titles: 1924, 1928, 1936, 1938, 1940, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1969, 1971, 1974, 1984, 1993, 1999

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Feyenoord belongs to the Big Three of the Netherlands and is one of the most successful clubs with 14 Dutch Titles, one Champions League Title and two UEFA-Cup titles. They traditionally wear that halved red and white design at home with black shorts and black socks. The away kit is in the colours of Rotterdam white and green.

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And I got some other clubs finished, just haven't had the time to post them the last days.

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Sporting Charleroi

Belgian Division

Location: Charleroi
Population: 203,871
Founded: 1904
Belgian Titles: -

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Beside the big three Belgian clubs Charleroi is the team that was part of the Belgian Pro League for the longest time. Their traditional home kit is black and white striped.

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So, the next one is probably the most popular club in this series and by far the most successful one.

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Ajax Amsterdam

Dutch Division

Location: Amsterdam
Population: 799,345
Founded: 1900
Dutch Titles: 1918, 1919, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1937, 1939, 1947, 1957, 1960, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1990, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2011, 2012, 2013

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Ajax is also one of the most successful clubs in Europa overall. They won four Champions League titles and two UEFA-Cup titles. Their home shirt is one of the most iconic ones in Soccer World. For the away kits I kinda experimented with a few colour combinations.

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So, one last club for today and then there's only two left! This one was interesting and the first one from the biggest city of this series.

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RWDM Brussels

Belgian Division

Location: Brussels
Population: 1,160,478
Founded: last fusion 2003
Belgian Titles: 1897, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1908 (as Racing Club de Bruxelles), 1912, 1914, 1921, 1936, 1937 (as Daring Molenbeek), 1975 (as Racing White Daring Molenbeek)

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This club has a long history of fusions between clubs from Brussels. RWDM means Racing White Daring Molenbeek which are basically the names of the four clubs that got together. The last few years they played as FC Brussels in the second league and wore red and black stripes at home.

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My away kit is based on the home shirts of RWDM in the 70s when they won the title and went to the semi-final of the UEFA-Cup. The Alternate is based on the colours of the city.

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Oh dear where to start.

FC Twente: Love the simple look and the lion hidden on the home kit. The Thrid is different, not sure if I like it yet as it doesnt flow for me.

KAA Gent: Simple designs but the chevron make it unique, so I like it.

ADO Den Haag: Really cool colours and the half gradient is really interesting.

Liege: Perfect, love the colours.

SBV Vitesse: Never been a big fan of no sponsors unless Int'l, however they are nice kits. I'm getting a very Italian vibe especially the blue one (reminds me of that Juventis kit) but it could also just be the Kappa logo's making me thinkt that haha

KV Mechelen: Again, colour combination is great. you have a great eye for picking the right shades. Red, Gold, White and Black have been used many times in your concepts however, they never overlap. Good job! Love the simple

Rotterdam: Very interesting having all different colour combinations for the 3 different kits.

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Is that your own crest for Ajax?

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As a Dutch guy (Arnhem) i'm not sure if a 10:10 competition would be fair, that's like giving Canada and USA both 50% while one country is obviously bigger and has more inhabitants.

But without that I love the serie. And as someone from Arnhem, i'm a Vitesse suporter ofcourse, I do like the jerseys but the home would bw better with yellow sleeves and why didn't you go with the airborne jerseys as alternative the are great

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So, after a while here come the last two clubs! :)

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NAC Breda

Dutch Division

Location: Breda
Population: 178,256
Founded: 1912
Dutch Titles: 1921

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Characteristic for Breda is the yellow shirts with the black sash!

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And the last one has to be my favorite soccer club besides Hertha!

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RSC Anderlecht

Belgian Division

Location: Brussels
Population: 1,160,478
Founded: 1908
Belgian Titles: 1947, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1959, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1972, 1974, 1981, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2012, 2013

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Anderlecht is one of the most successful clubs from the BeNeLux area with 3 UEFA-Cup wins. They traditionally wear white home shirts with purple accents!

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So, now I'm done with this one. :D

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Very interesting concept as a whole!

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Yeah I thought about that. But well, maybe I was just a bit lazy to do so. ^^

For the next one I created again a new logo.

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AZ Alkmaar

Dutch Division

Location: Alkmaar

Population: 94,531

Founded: 1967

Dutch Titles: 1981, 2009

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AZ was one of the most successful dutch clubs in the last few years. The new logo I created is leaned on the old logo of the club.

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In the last years the Arsenal look has established for AZ, so I went with it.

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That new AZ Alkmaar logo and new identity absolutely rocks! My wife's family is originally from around Alkmaar...my Dutch club. Excellent work throughout the series Berlin Wall!!!!

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