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Hi! It has been a while since we last had a Group and Knockout competition in the website. Because of that, I decided to create one, using the upcoming Concacaf Champions League as the "theme" of the competition. You may enter it by commenting in the first post. I hope you all enjoy and have good luck!<BR></BR><B>GENEREAL RULES:</B>1. We'll have 16 or 20 participants (depending on how many people sign up for the competition).2. The competition will be divided in 4 groups of 4 (if we have 16 participants) or 5 (if we have 20), randomly organized.3. Each person will face another within the group one time.4. The top 2 designers in each group will advance to the knockout stage.5. 1st in Group A will face 2nd in Group D; 1st in Group B will face 2nd and Group C; and vice versa.6. The knockout stage, like the group stage, will be one legged.<BR></BR><B>DESIGN RULES:</B>1. Each match will require the participants to design a kit for a team competing in the 2016/17 Concacaf Champions League.2. The team and kit (home or away) will be randomly picked.3. You may use any manufacturer for the kit.4. You must include a chest sponsor (preferably the one currently sponsoring that team).5. Design must be at least 1000px tall or wide (you may use a larger image, but it'll will be proportionally reduced to fit the voting post).6. Full kits are required (shirt, shorts and socks). Back of the kit is optional, though.7. Designers will have 10 days to design theirs kits (from friday to sunday of the following week), but I'll post the deadlines everytime.<BR><B>VOTING RULES:</B>1. Voting will be held from monday to thursday.2. Voters must pick one of the two designs presented.3. Votes placed after 23:59 GMT of the last day will not be considered.4. The winning design will be the one of the most number of votes. If both designs have the same amount of votes, the match will reuslt in a tie. 5. If a designer does not submit his design, his opponent will be considered the winner, and will be conceded a goal difference that represents all the votes given in the other match of the group (so, for example, if in Group X, the first match was 7 - 5, and in the other one of the designers did not submit his design, his oponent will be awarded a 12 - 0 win). Likewise, if neither designers submit their designs, they will both score 0 point, and the same goal difference rule will be applied (in that example, both would be given a goal difference of -12). <BR>That's all. Good luck to everyone!
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