DESIGN GALLERY Rugby League and AFL

Discussion in 'Other Sports Kit Designs' started by backup, Jan 11, 2019.

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    Sydney Roosters home concept. I haven't done too much, as the Roosters have one of most traditional and recognisable in the sport of Rugby League.
     
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  2. The Roosters long time rivals are South Sydney. Nicknamed The Rabbitohs, they joined the original rugby league competition in 1908.
    This is an Aussie Rules (AFL) version of their jersey, in fact, in Australian Footballing parlance it would be called a jumper or guernsey. Jerseys are for other codes of football.
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  3. Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs NRL x AFL crossover.
    The Bulldogs are based in Sydney's south western suburbs.
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  4. Newcastle Knights concept.
    The club has won two premierships over its history (1997 and 2001) and is one of only two clubs (the other being the Wests Tigers) that has never lost a grand final in which it has participated.
    A Newcastle rugby league team had been assembled from players in the Newcastle Rugby League to compete in various competitions for most of the 20th century. The Newcastle Knights entered the NSWRL competition in 1988. Newcastle had previously been invited to field a team in the NSWRL for the 1982 season but declined, worried it would weaken the area's local league competition. The Canberra Raiders were admitted to the 1982 competition in their place.
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  5. An AFL x NRL crossover Essendon Bombers and Carlton Blues.
    Essendon v Carlton is one of the biggest rivalries in the AFL. Both were original members of the VFL and each have won a record VFL/AFL 16 premierships. Along with Richmond and Collingwood, they are two of Melbourne's big four clubs.
    Now imagine if they had played rugby league and the NRL had originally been the VRL.
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  6. Collingwood Magpies v Richmond Tigers AFL x NRL crossover.
    This is as big a rivalry as any in the history of the VFL/AFL. Collingwood and Richmond are working class suburbs to the east of central Melbourne that neighbour each other, Richmond and Collingwood were both highly successful in the late 1920s to the early 1930s; the clubs played against each other in five grand finals between 1919 and 1929 (Collingwood won in 1919, 1927, 1928 and 1929, while Richmond won in 1920). In the 1980 Grand Final, Richmond handed Collingwood an 81-point defeat, a record at the time, causing Collingwood to lose an 8th Grand Final in a row.
    Collingwood 15 premierships
    Richmond 11 premierships
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  7. Many thanks. :)
     
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