Here's something slightly different...
You may have noticed that Liverpool FC are still using the bespoke name and number font that adorned their kits in 2010-11 and 2011-12 in Europe and some cup games. Whilst it is not an adidas design, it's my opinion that it seemed to fit very well with the style of those kits and now less so with the new Warrior versions.
So this is a competition to design a new printing set for Liverpool FC's kits. This should include 26 letters (possibly with the addition of apostrophe and smaller letters for the Dutch "v(an)" and the Scottish/Irish "M(a)c") and 10 digits, in one, two, three or more colours, depending on how many kits (including goalkeeper) each colourway can be used on. Ideally you should depict the fonts applied to the respective kits.
As is standard with DF competitions, selected entries will be featured on the DF facebook page and tweeted and designs already uploaded to Football Shirt Culture's Fantasy Kit Designs or the DF galleries are both eligible and welcome so please don't hesitate to include them.
The competition will close at 23:59 on Saturday 8th September 2012 and the winner(s) - chosen by me - will be announced shortly afterwards.
Update - 9/9/12: The competition is now closed.
There were only a few entries in this competition but several demonstrated that Liverpool would be far better off with a name and number font which was specifically allocated/designed to be worn with the new Warrior kits.
It was close but I decided that Steevo's design was the best suited.
The font used was slightly softer than the one currently carried and that worked well with the more classic design of the new kits - especially the Home. Also, his use of both white and yellow/gold on the font for the Home shirt meant that it kept to the tradition of having white numbers whilst also linking to the yellow/gold details - particularly in the Liver Bird which was depicted in the same colour as on the chest.
Well done everyone who entered and congratulations to Steevo.