You remember Roy of the Rovers, right? No, too young? Well don't go on about it! I remember it like it was yesterday, and this competition was a great idea, so go check it out.

For those who don't know, RotR was a periodical comic - weekly for a time, then monthly, if memory serves - that spanned decades and eventually featured in other publications. Following, primarily, the exploits of Melchester Rovers and their star player, Roy Race, the in-depth storylines of on-field and off-field ups and downs - including league and cup wins and losses, and personal tragedies - captured the adolescent readership's imaginations.

By the time you read this, Celtic FC fans will probably be feeling very good about themselves or very down in the dumps.  To augment or soften this feeling - as required - here are some ideas for their new football kits, for the 2015-16 season.

Rumour had it - rumours that have since gone a little quiet - that New Balance will be taking over the Celtic contract next season.  That remains to be seen, but DF members rarely let the truth get in the way of a good competition.

Southampton, we're sure you'll agree, have been a revelation this season.  Expected by many to have struggled - due to the departure of several first team players - they have, so far, improved upon last season's showing.

A dynamic football team needs to dress dynamically.  When this competition was announced, the Saints had announced the departure of adidas due to issues arising in the partnership.  Been there, adidas, but the expectation was that Southampton would be signed to another manufacturer, rather than (ostensibly) produce their own apparel. The comparison has been made that it's like dumping your girlfriend because you prefer masturbation...even if she was treating you badly.

Occasionally, something comes along that requires a little effort before it bears fruit.  The Wire, Radiohead's Kid A, life (so they tell me - I'm yet to see the point).  Add to that list DF's World Cup Knockout Competition.

This convoluted tournament is maze-like to negotiate retrospectively.  But it's worth it.  As a summary, a load of DF members pick international teams to drAW tHE KIt oF, are pitted against each other (in a knockout fashion, yes?), and then the winning designer, based on member votes, moves forward to the next round and new teams are selected.  Some quick maths tells us that 64 teams had the honour of a fantasy kit bestowed on them - please correct me if I'm wrong - and variety is the spice of, well, this thing.

The Norwegian FA - Norges Fotballforbund - unveiled a new offical logo and national team crest in late 2014.

Pictured here, the new logo follows the style of previous versions, with interlocking letters of the initialism in colours bringing to mind the red, white and blue of the national flag.  This is contained in a grey circle, broken up by the association's full name and matching the included year of formation, 1902.

If you think back to the last World Cup - remember? - you may have noted that the hosts. Brazil, took a bit of a beating in the semi-finals.  That's to put it lightly; they lost 7-1 to the - small consolation - eventual winners, Germany.

The last time the great Brazil suffered a humiliation of these proportions - defeat in the final of the previous World Cup that they had hosted, to Uruguay in 1950 - they changed their kit.  Out with the white shirts, in with the yellow.

Not many people on Planet Earth need us to tell them that Man Utd's kit in 2015-16 (onwards) will by made by adidas.  The news of the Red Devils' return to the famous three stripes has been well-publicised.

DF members have been designing adidas United kits since the site was established over six years ago, so a competition to get a response in early was bound to be popular.  When the official versions are released there will be a backlash - sheer numbers of interested parties dictate this - and perhaps a DF member could have come up with something a little more popular.  All eyes on Twitter when the time comes.

The official UEFA EURO 2016 mascot was unveiled at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille. Half child, half superhero, the mascot is a curious, witty character who will encourage fans from all over the world to celebrate the 'art of football'.

The UEFA EURO 2016 mascot will be called Super Victor after supporters voted for it as their favourite ahead of Driblou and Goalix.

GTA, or Grand Theft Auto, as I, a metaphorical granddad, would have it, is undeniably a staple of modern culture.  Accordingly, it surely deserves some football teams and - this is where we come in - some football kits.

Of course, with GTA largely set in the USA, the kits - and crests - delivered by this comp are really for soccer teams, so forgive me for that oversight.  What I mean by that is, don't smash into my car with "yours", drag me out and make off in my vehicle, don't beat me up with a baseball bat, or shoot me in the face with any of your firearms, and certainly don't - seriously? - rape me.

The Brasil 2014 World Cup was great - few people, no matter how worthy their politics, can deny it - but one area where it perhaps - perhaps - fell down was in the quality of the kits.  Particularly the Away kits, which are generally the opportunity for designers to unleash the extravagances of their extravert, yet generally closeted, psyches, largely underwhelmed rather than offended.

Here's where we come in.  As a symbol of the tournament's satorial shortcomings, the holders - Spain - had to call upon an emergency white change outfit for their disasterous first match.  Even that was nothing to write home about, and a browse through our galleries will show what can be done when the Furia Roja wear blanco!  So, before the tournament began, we had a little comp running to give the sides some imaginative options.