Workshop Jumper Ideas For 2020

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Why wouldn’t port use something like this?
It’s classic.
Looks good.
Has history but with teal.

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I think it looks great - but no way you could have a Magpie logo on there.

No problem with teams sharing colours, but there can only be one 'Magpies' (or any other mascot) in a league.

Edit: Thought this was an AFL suggestion - for SANFL of course the Magpie logo is fine
 

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Great start yet again!
Only thing I'd say is that it's a bit all over the place? The blue stops a bit randomly on the back and at a strange angle
Yeah I was trying to do something a little bit different and matching the angle on the front (with the "sun beam" device). Without the yellow it does look a little odd, but it would look worse with it i think on the back.

I like the jumper idea but having blue and Red could cause a clash with teams like WCE, WB and Sydney
I'll have a think on a clash, maybe could just flip colours around.
 

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I think it looks great - but no way you could have a Magpie logo on there.

No problem with teams sharing colours, but there can only be one 'Magpies' (or any other mascot) in a league.

Edit: Thought this was an AFL suggestion - for SANFL of course the Magpie logo is fine
Yes there would be no magpie in afl.
It’s more around how good and simple the jumper would look.
Keeps much of their tradition, the prison bars, and a complimentary colour to differ from Collingwood.
 
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The Worst idea imaginable:

In the WA Amos comp (Perth Football League), the Eagles sponsor the u/23 state side and the Colts competition. If Freo decided they wanted to jump in on the action, this could be an idea for a mashup rep jumper.

It's awful.
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The Worst idea imaginable:

In the WA Amos comp (Perth Football League), the Eagles sponsor the u/23 state side and the Colts competition. If Freo decided they wanted to jump in on the action, this could be an idea for a mashup rep jumper.

It's awful. View attachment 670886 View attachment 670896
my lord... was not expecting my template to be used in this way hahah. :$
 

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WA and SA State of Origin jumpers modelled off the state league match played on Saturday. South Australia didn't seem to have a manufacturer logo on their jumpers so I've gone with Sekem for both. I'd feature the state league logos on the back of each number.
 

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I think it looks great - but no way you could have a Magpie logo on there.

No problem with teams sharing colours, but there can only be one 'Magpies' (or any other mascot) in a league.

Edit: Thought this was an AFL suggestion - for SANFL of course the Magpie logo is fine
There are many leagues around the world where teams "share" mascots. In our very own VFL, there are two teams with the Tiger mascot, Richmond Reserves and Werribee. I don't see it as an issue, myself as Port and Collingwood have pretty obviously different designs and could in no way be confused for each other, much like Geelong and Carlton.
There are only so many mascots and colour combinations that are marketable.
 
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seems like what's going to happen.​
Don't rule out Port wearing more than one heritage strip next year like the Penrith Panthers did in 2016 for their 50th anniversary.
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I would like to see Port do something like that next year.
 
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