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The NFL and the Premier League are possibly the 2 biggest brands in the world. What if Premier League teams were renamed to names like the NFL have?
The title is sort of self explanatory. What If English football clubs were like NFL teams, in the sense of being named after a nickname e.g. Manchester Red Devils, or even after famous people/landmarks/history of that city e.g. Manchester Oasis (Named after the band Oasis, who are from Manchester)
You dont have to just use Premier League teams. You can use other teams that are situated in major cities such as Birmingham, Sheffield and Newcastle, or (Because the title has 'British' in it) you could use Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin or Cardiff. You can even cities that don't even have a football team e.g. Wakefield.
- You must create a set of home AND away kits, along with a crest that represents the team and their nickname/second name that you have chosen.
- Have a play with the colours. Don't just use the colour red for Liverpool just because their actual team colours is that. You can choose to use a complete different colour.
The closing date is the 1st December 2016, so plenty of time to get your entries in. Good luck!
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