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Coventry 1978. Arsenal 1991. Hull city 1993. These words are enough to strike fear across the football shirt world.

 

These are not notorious firms of hooligans, nor even the scenes of particularly calamitous defeats. No, they are examples of that most dreadful football kit design disasters who earned their place in football’s Hall of Shame.

 

Every now and then, some wild-eyed idiot in a club's marketing department gets together with a cack-handed graphic design student to create something awful.

Maire Ofeire, who has a lot of interest in football kit design, will make  a random Top 10 Hall of Shame followed by a random Hall of Fame Top 10 on FSC every week.  

Enjoy part 1..

 

Sometimes when I scroll through fantasy kit designs galleries and forums, I see kits with great potential, but with a lack of presentation.

Therefore, I’d like to introduce you to the world of making fantasy football kits (the easy way).

First, we’ll need a couple of things before we can started:

- Adobe Photoshop (free version is available here: Adobe Trial Link http://www.awltovhc.com/image-3430643-10565556 http://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3430724-10565556

- A FMG Live template pack here.

- Or this one

The second point can differ based on taste, as there are various options (i.e. SS’08, SS’09, LS’09, FMG’09 and so on).

I’ll be using the SS’09 templates pack for my tutorial, which is my favourite because SS’09 gets updated with new templates quite often.

So once you have downloaded the above, where to begin?

What you’ll see

Fantasy Football shirt designs part 5

It's always interesting to see what people come up with when they design a football shirt without any rules or restrictions. Just pick the colours you want, sponsor you would like to see on your shirt and brand that you think will fit the shirt.. mix it up a little.. and you get a fantasy shirt.

These fantasy football shirt designs are made by Marshall and Sean, two fmdiscussion kit designers. 

Classic football shirt designs

Part 3 of the Classic football shirt designs series made by Leojunior & Zola66, two football manager kit designers. This time we're doing things a little different and let you guess which clubs are on the list and which year they are from.

Recognize some shirts or know some dates? let us know through the comments below or just tell us your favourite designs on the list. You'll find Part 1 here and part 2 here

Fantasy football shirt designs

It's always interesting to see what people come up with if they design a football shirt without any rules or restrictions. Just pick the colours you want, sponsor you would like to see on your shirt and brand that you think will fit the shirt.. mix it up a little.. and you get a fantasy shirt.

Well, here you find an interesting collection of fantasy football shirt designs made by Marshall from England, another "football manager" kit designer. See anything you like..?