Hope they don't slap a sponsor in the middle of the guernsey like they do in soccer.
Seeing those Lycra essendon eye sores got me thinking. Do they make onesies that look like afl guernseys, that's be cool.
Actually...No. Please no.
The Hawks confirmed on Thursday that the divisive 'Power Rangers' strip will be discontinued at the end of 2016.
That might happen, but personally I think it makes the league a little more professional. Having some continuity between the clubs.I want to see teams use customised number fonts. Maybe some drop shadows, strokes that aren't just white and unnecessary ie Brisbane and Adelaide. Basically what the US sports teams do.
I volunteer as tribute.For dick.
But this is getting quite abstract from the topic at hand.
Number I can see turning up on the front but not a surname, it would only work on the solid colours like ours and Carlton, it'd be un-readable on say Collingwood and even the wings of WC.I volunteer as tribute.
On a serious note, I think the names on jumpers will take off. Not in the way they've been testing them though. I can see clubs slapping a smaller number and the surname below it on the front of the jumper, in the same area as the front sponsors logo. That way on close ups of match ups etc between play, the name is visible, and people will quickly learn whose number is whose.
I think, sadly, you might be right. I think we can perhaps put up with the odd one or 2 done well (as one-offs), but if it becomes the norm for regular jumpers I think that'd be unfortunate. Also, the designs creeping into the collars and cuffs might become more prevalent as time goes by.Bumping this thread because the OP is a genius.
But seriously, with GWS's picture jumper this week is this how jumpers will evolve?
Instead of designs, pictures?
Would be interested to know how this would work without putting more weight on a jumper.How faraway do you think moving advertising on jumpers are?
We probably don't need it. But if it were to be implemented it would need a lightweight wearble solar panel (similar to this)Would be interested to know how this would work without putting more weight on a jumper.
Wouldn't think it would be need to be honest. We already have level 1 and level 2 at most venues with electric fencing.