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Sunday, June 23, 2019

Hanoi FC Logo

My previous posted, the club 2019 season fonts. Here few detailed of the club from Vietnam crest, design by Hiep Nguyen. Since 2018, Hanoi FC officially changed their appearance to keep up with the latest trend to meet fans’ expectations.

The new symbol of Hanoi FC is design based on historical and cultural features of Ha Noi Capital. Mainly focused on these criteria: simple, following the trending and a little bit elegant. And we believed that it's enough to convey a great message to everyone, especially fans of Hanoi FC. 




Font Hanoi FC 2019 Kits

Vietnamese club Hanoi FC 2019 season typeface style as worn the team kits. Hanoi FC's home kits has a traditional purple color.The two edges of the sleeves are white with the sponsor's logo.In front of the chest is the logo of the team and sponsors. Main color pants are white, purple fringe. Overall, the 2019 season shirt pattern is not much different from last season.


Friday, June 21, 2019

Portugal 2019 UEFA Nations League Final Victory Tee-Shirt

Graphic exclusive Portugal players wore t-shirts saying bigger phrase "todos campeões todos portugal" translate to "all champions all portugal" and "liga das nações" translate "UEFA Nations League" with the match date on the front. The t-shirt was worn during the team 2019 UEFA Nations League final victory celebration after the match.

Credit to Joaquim for the sources, who are currently still working on Portugal national team kits historic project.

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Font Real Madrid's 2019/2020 kit font

Real Madrid new 2019-20 kit and typeface style as worn in the UEFA Champions League, already focused on the new font coarse and gold like the Three Stripes and the sponsors. The design is inspired by classic football fonts from the 1980s and 90s. It has a geometrical concept and features a thin line just next to the border. On the bottom of Real Madrid's 2019-20 kit numeral is a monochromatic version of the club crest.


Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Querétaro FC Shorts 2014-15 Detailed

Updated and detailed worked Liga MX club Querétaro FC, 2014-15 season shorts with the local sportswear firm Pirma. The Gallos Blancos with the club traditional black shorts for the home and white for away kits.


Friday, June 14, 2019

Querétaro FC 4th 2014-15 Kits

I'm continue, the Liga M club Querétaro FC, 2014-15 season Pirma sportswear fourth kits. The Gallos Blancos with the all black  and blue cuff with a ribbed v-neck collar in the white colors.  


Thursday, June 13, 2019

Querétaro FC 3rd 2014-15 Kits

As the requested, I'm still working on the completed  Mexican club Querétaro FC, 2014-15 third kits season on Pirma label. The alternate third kits same template as the home shirt is in the team’s customary pink and blue vertical stripes with a ribbed v-neck collar in the same colors.


Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Chelsea 2019/20 Kits European Cup Font

New Chelsea typeface style for the 2019-20 season in action in the cups' season, both National and European. Chelsea new font is quite particular, in part due to the thin lines that have been added to the center and sides of the shapes. Features A small monochrome Blues badge sits at the bottom of each numeral.



Monday, June 10, 2019

W.O.P Costa Rica Third 2019 Gold Cup Kits

Worked on Progress the Costa Rica 2019 season 3rd kits that will be used exclusively at the 2019 Gold Cup this summer. New Balance and the Costa Rican football federation, made by the brand New Balance.
The new Costa Rica Gold Cup kit is predominantly black with the front graphic appearing in gold. The team badge is used in a recolored black and gold version on the left chest of the 2019 Gold Cup shirt, while 'Costa Rica' is written on the upper back just below the neckline, also in gold. 

The black is in honor of the national team that made the pass to the World Cup of Italy 90, being the first world cup in which a national team participated. The gold or golden color represents energy and brightness.

Friday, June 7, 2019

Querétaro FC Home 2014-15 Completed

The completed Home kits, Liga M club Querétaro FC, 2014-15 season with the Mexican sportswear firm Pirma. The Gallos Blancos with the club traditional  blue and black stripes is in vertical stripes with a ribbed v-neck collar in the same colors. 

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Liga MX Patch 2014 thru 2019

The graphic Liga MX (the Mexican football league) club team patch as apply on the right arms players shirt.  Currently sponsored by BBVA through its Mexican subsidiary BBVA Bancomer, it is officially known as Liga BBVA Bancomer.

The "Liga MX" rebranding logo was launched  at the World Trade Center at Mexico City in 2012. The 2012–13 Liga MX season was the 66th professional season of the top-flight football league in Mexico, and the first under the league's current identity as "Liga MX". The season was split into two championships—the Torneo Apertura and the Torneo Clausura—each in an identical format and each contested by the same eighteen teams.

The presentation on the domestic league branding also included the Liga Ascenso, and the Copa Mexico logo. Additional information on the new code of ethics, new league anthem, new league slogan ("Siente tu Liga"), and much more.

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Iconic Ronaldinho Kits Project

Finally the Iconic Ronaldinho kits evolution completed. My top choices player all time, the must worked collection that I'm will add to my special print project.

Querétaro FC 2014-15 Home Kits Part 1

Liga M club Querétaro FC, 2014-15 season Home kits from Mexican sportswear firm Pirma. The Gallos Blancos will continue wearing blue and black stripes is in vertical stripes with a ribbed v-neck collar in the same colors.
Brazilian star Ronaldinho shocked many with a move to Liga MX club Querétaro Fútbol with the shirts no.49. 
Why no.49 ? Ronaldo ventures to give a more 'mystical' explanation: " 49 can also be 4 +9, which totals 13 , and in the 'jogo do bicho' or 'animal game' (which is a betting game in Brazil), that number represents a rooster, "explains 'Dinho.' 


Monday, May 27, 2019

Gremio 2000 Home Puma Kits

Continue with the Brazilian, 2000 season Gremio Tricolor home shirt made by Kappa with Chevrolet Astra sponsor on the front.


Friday, May 24, 2019

Gremio 1999 Home Kits

Back again with the Brazilian, 1999 season Gremio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense or Gremio home kits. The club kits still sponsor by Penalty sport, features the traditional tricolour scheme is made up of blue, black and white striped shirts. The shirt comes with the Chevrolet Astra sponsor logo on the front of the shirt and only Chevrolet logo on back. 



More updated worked regarding theses Gremio kits will be posted here soon.

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Iconic Flamengo 1980-83 Adidas Shirt Crest

The iconic 1980-83 season, C.R Flamengo and Adidas shirt crest. The big "CRF"(Clube de Regatas do Flamengo) interlocked letters monogram emblem logo on the left chest. The Flamengo "CRF" monogram featured fishtail Victorian-inspired serifs: a reference to the classic English style of the 19th century commonly found on old soccer club crests. Beginning in 1980, Flamengo wore three white stars aligned vertically along the side of their monogram crest to indicate their three state league tri-championships (1942–43–44, 1953–54–55, and 1978–79–79 Special).

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Worked Updated Atletico Mineiro 2014

Completed worked for Atletico Mineiro 2014 Home kits. Next with the Gremio 1998 and 1999 home kits.

Palmeiras Cinturato P4 Sponsor Logo

Worked on progress, upgraded all the Brazil club, Palmeiras kits template, started with the Pirelli Cinturato P4 sponsor logo. Pirelli became the club sponsor from Jun 2001 through 2007 season. 2007 season, Pirelli advertise the Cinturato P4 and Scorpion ATR tyre logo as the main sponsor.

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Font Atletico Mineiro 2014 Kits

Puma and Atlético Mineiro from Brazil team font style for the 2014 season kits. The kits font base from the Puma Gaffer typeface, features the initial 'Tim ' logo apply on the back numbers only.


CONMEBOL Logo Evolution

I'm continue the 'Logo Evolution' with South American Football Confederation, commonly known as CONMEBOL, is the continental governing body of association football in South America and it is one of FIFA's six continental confederations. The oldest continental confederation in the world, its headquarters are located in Luque, Paraguay. CONMEBOL is responsible for the organization and governance of South American football's major international tournaments.
CONMEBOL founded in 1916, during the first hundred years of its existence, From 1989–2017 the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) used one and the same logo. It depicted the South American continent in green encircled by the flags of the countries that belong to the Confederation. The early logo, which was designed in-house, In the middle, there’s the map of South America and text 'C.S.F.' full words "Campeonato Sudamericano de Fútbol" (South-American Football Championship), now known as the "Copa América".

On May 17, 2017 in Gran Asunción, Paraguay, new logo replaces a literal and complicated badge with a football, the continent, the flags of all the members and an abbreviation. The new crest consists of a silhouette of a football with a unique digital fingerprint in the middle as a shape of the South American continent. Underneath the icon lies the text in a bold sanserif and condensed typeface. Now let’s decipher the logo and see the concept behind each piece. The football silhouette is the passion represented through each of the South American teams. This abstract shape is cut off into 10 pieces which are the 10 counties in the federation. The distinct fingerprint adds identity and expression of the South American map.