C'mon designers and lets have some fun redesigning our favorite sports team's logos. Here is a great site for current logos of about every team in sports just CLICK HERE. it'll be fun to see what everyone comes up with.
over 1 year ago
@Wayne Dahlberg put your money where your... well you get the idea.
If @Fraser Davidson participates, there is a good chance the team actually acquires his shot. Awesome playoff idea Nick :)
i know, I thought of him. C'mon @Fraser! haha
Nice idea! I will rebound
Playoffs like this make me wish that sleep was optional :)
by Kerem Suer
About football club logos
First off, I want to say European football clubs, or as Americans say soccer clubs each have over hundred years of history, and most of them go back to World War I, World War II. They're not only sports clubs, but they have been movements for their respective countries. So their logos/emblems usually rely on so many things and every stroke most likely have a meaning.
About this logo
Fenerbahce is a Turkish sports club that was founded in 1907. Original logo goes back to 1910 when one of the football team's "artsy" players Hikmet Topuzer actually drew the emblem himself. Navy color represents nobility, yellow stands for their opponent's envy. And finally the green oak leaf represents Fenerbahce's growing strength.
I wanted to keep the main elements and without losing it's meaning I wanted to simplify and modernize the emblem a little bit. But of course, designing a 105 year old football club's logo ain't that easy.
I also always wanted to design a soccer team's jersey, so I went head and did that too. Make sure to check out the attachment and let me know what you think.
You can also follow me on twitter as well.
over 1 year ago
by Christian Andolf
About the club
Djurgårdens IF is a Swedish sports club situated and founded in Stockholm 1891 who has a lot of departments but is mainly associated with football (or soccer in the US) and ice hockey.
They currently hold the record for winning the highest league in ice hockey and are in the top 5 of football in terms of titles.
About the logo
The football team has jerseys with blue stripes (the team is also called "Blue Stripes") but both the hockey and football team have moved more towards red jerseys (as home or away). The original logo has the colors of red, yellow, blue and gold. I personally never liked the yellow color and since it's not used on any of the jerseys at the moment I decided to step away from it as well as the gold and try to streamline it more to match the blue stripes-persona. Also I tried to focus more on football department rather than hockey since I enjoy football more.
"Stockholms stolthet" on the banner is Swedish for "Pride of Stockholm" which has been the slogan for years.
Nick, can't wait to see a whole series on these! Western conference first (Go Jazz) then move on to the east. Awesome work man.
by Claudio Gomboli
I rebound this interesting playoff with my favorite football team.
ACF Fiorentina is the football club from Florence (Firenze) founded in 1926. The main color is purple (so club's nickname is "Viola", purple), while the emblem comes from Firenze's symbol, a red lily flower on white field.
Fiorentina got some important trophies in its history, but not as many as Milan, Juventus or Inter… unfortunately. Anyway, in this glorious club, from one of the most beautiful cities in the world, there were great top players like Giancarlo Antognoni, Roberto Baggio, Effemberg, Brian Laudrup, Gabriel Batistuta, Manuel Rui Costa, Mutu, Toni and Jovetic (now).
You can see the original and actual emblem here. On redesigning it I was inspired by the older emblems of Fiorentina, more simple and geometrical (sample).
by Ryan Welch
Wanted to add a quick logo to this playoff since I couldn't help it
by Ian Whittaker
I know that this was to create a new logo of your favorite sports team, but I didn't have much time to make something new, SO I decided I would use the logo from my senior project this past year.
The Pittsburgh Condors is a re-visioning of what the ABA team from the 70's would like today in the NBA, if they would have made it that far.
by Frank Rapacciuolo
by Markus Tallasken Halvorsen
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