wimbledon 12-13 kit vote

In January Wimbledon started the 2012/2014 Kit Design Competition and now the shortlist has been announced.

Wimbledon will wear brand new home and away kits for next season, and they are once again giving Wimbledon fans the opportunity to vote for their favourite designs.

They have short-listed ten designs in total - five home kits and five away kits which can be seen below.

The deadline for votes is 3.00 pm on Saturday 24 March, and the winner will be announced after the Burton Albion match on Saturday 24 March during the man of the match presentation.

wimbledon 12-13 kit vote

wimbledon 12-13 kit vote

wimbledon 12-13 kit vote

wimbledon 12-13 kit vote

wimbledon 12-13 kit vote

wimbledon 12-13 kit vote

wimbledon 12-13 kit vote

wimbledon 12-13 kit vote

wimbledon 12-13 kit vote

wimbledon 12-13 kit vote

 

 

 

 

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Guest
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Guest

I saw some better designs (though probably to expensive to produce) which were not chosen. But this is by far the best shortlist they had since they started these contests.

I'd vote 1 and A (which is mine lol) or D
Guest
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Guest

Sandra Baps, Criptic Name. I know you.
If I'm right your husband could of played for more than one country. And if I am right John is one third right.
Fat, No, Ugly, No, Skank, Oh Yes..... 8)
Please let me be right.
Guest
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Guest

Quoting ChrisBCFC:
Oh I know where I went wrong know, they were tricking us when they said they wanted the SI logo for the home kit and the football manager for away :L


No dude, they didn't take that into account. They asked for SI on the home and FM on the away, and that's how I made them. One of my away kits is there and they just changed the logo, so they probably have done the same with the rest too
Guest
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Guest

These are all soooooo obvious and boring.... Why have a competition if your own accountant lady could "imagine" these in her lunch break? Probably sounds very rude, but isn't the idea of a competition to stretch the imagination? Why not release some entrants that you think are good, but that you just are not brave enough to put on your short list? Just for interest sake...
Guest
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Guest

If Wimbledon wanted simple cheap and easy designs then they should have said so in their introduction for the competition, it would have saved a lot of work for everyone. Manufacturer that cannot produce simple kits like most of the ones I have seen on FSC and DF should not hold a kit competition, simple as that. :-)
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Quoting Rabbi:
If Wimbledon wanted simple cheap and easy designs then they should have said so in their introduction for the competition, it would have saved a lot of work for everyone. Manufacturer that cannot produce simple kits like most of the ones I have seen on FSC and DF should not hold a kit competition, simple as that. :-)

It's about logics though. AFCW is a local team, they can't aim to sell in a large scale, so they can't expect a big sales revenue. This way they can't produce kits that are way too expensive because their sells won't repay it.
Guest
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Guest

Could they have made it any clearer that this is Wimbledon in the fluff piece? And that's coming from a lifelong Dons fan too! As usual, none of them are very good, but at least they had the balls to go along with a darker blue in kit 5. Even though it's a reminder of the Selhurst Park days, it just looks better. Shame about the actual design though.
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Surely no member of the public came up with some of those over-done designs? I've a hunch the Tempest Sports design team has added a couple of the fussier, easier to produce "lower-league" standard designs. Which will then be selected for manufacture, probably.

Anyway, my favourites are the simple matching kits, 1 and E, which, coincidentally look the most similar to my own entries...
Guest

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Quoting :
MK Dons are the real club now, the haters need to get over it 8)

Why don't both of you little children get over it. What has happened has happened, and neither of you can change it.

MK Dons fans, you came from Wimbledon and were Wimbledon FC but then were scared of being left out of the football fans party so called yourselves MK Dons and gave everything back to The London Borough of Merton. You changed your badge twice and then changed your kit colours before beginning your new history as MK Dons in the new stadium.

AFC Wimbledon fans, you are a new club, a phoenix club if you like, with the original Womble fans and your ground is closer to Wimbledon than theirs. You are not the real Wimbledon, you are a club with a similar name formed in 2002. I appreciate that it was hard to rebuild, but if my house was destroyed by a person with long hair, I wouldn't try to kill him after I'd rebuilt. Relish your time in the football league as !AFC! Wimbledon and live now. Wimbledon FC went away in 2003. Things happened back then but things are happening now.

Both of you, Support your club for what they really are and don't claim to be the club that (one way or another) created both of you. Don't look back, the past has already happened. Look forward. You could both be even higher up the football pyramid soon. The past is only holding you back. Don't let it do that anymore.
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Guest

Makes me laugh how AFC Wimbledon have clearly asked for their name to be changed on here to 'Wimbledon' instead of 'AFC Wimbledon'

End of the day, they're not 'Wimbledon', Wimbledon FC were. AFC Wimbledon is their name, end of story
Guest

Guest

Quoting :
Further to that, they don't even play in Wimbledon and the original Wimbledon didn't for years either. They're a gypsy football club. MK is the best thing to have happened to them.

Do you support MK Dons, by any chance? :-)

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